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Old 11-02-16, 07:35 PM
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Hello from Waxahachie, TX!

I'm new to the forum, but not to cycling. I'm a gear head by nature and I love working on bikes. I've commuted for many years and enjoy road riding on all types of bikes. I'm looking forward to a lot of fun conversations.
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Old 11-02-16, 07:48 PM
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Welcome Bob. Do you do any group rides?
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Old 11-02-16, 08:06 PM
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I used to do a lot of charity rides and (what I call) "T shirt" rides. I've done the Hotter'n'hell a few times and even tried the Texas Iron Butt. Haven't done any for a long time, though.
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BTW, I see someone sent me a private message. Problem is, I can't see it until I've put in 10+ posts.
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Welcome to Bikeforums. You are near some good organized rides. You can see events at Texbiker.net
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Welcome to bike forums. Waxahachie? Most everyone who sees that wont know how to pronounce it unless they're from Texas. My daughter lives there and I'm about an hour south of you. What kind of bike do you have?
Enjoy BF.

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Old 11-03-16, 05:17 AM
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welcome to the forums, lots of Texans on here.
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Dang these Texans are multiplying faster than a rabbit warren, welcome aboard the BF family.

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Originally Posted by texaspandj View Post
Welcome to bike forums. Waxahachie? Most everyone who sees that wont know how to pronounce it unless they're from Texas. My daughter lives there and I'm about an hour south of you. What kind of bike do you have?
There's no wax in Waxahachie
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Thanks Texbiker, I'll check it out. I spent a lot of time in the hospital last year and I'm looking forward to working my way back up to a century.
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Thanks for the welcome, Texaspandj. If your daughter has been here for awhile my wife probably knows her. She knows everyone here. My bikes...
Early model SR500 Cannondale
Debernardi custom
Trek 1000 Tandem
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Dang these Texans are multiplying faster than a rabbit warren, welcome aboard the BF family.

Bill
Bill- Thanks for the welcome and Semper Fi back at ya.
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Ooh raah, Semper Fi,brother, we have a big day coming up next week, 10 November 1775 and the birthday of the Corps. Tun Tavern, Philadelphia, Pa. T

That is quite a bike collection you have, very impressive and eclectic, you should be right at home here, try out the Classic and Vintage Forum, as well as the Road Cycling Forum.

Hospital time, I won't go there, 16 cuttings in 10 years was plenty for me. Hope that its all over in that department for you, glad you got back to your cycling.

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Ooh raah, Semper Fi,brother, we have a big day coming up next week, 10 November 1775 and the birthday of the Corps. Tun Tavern, Philadelphia, Pa. T

That is quite a bike collection you have, very impressive and eclectic, you should be right at home here, try out the Classic and Vintage Forum, as well as the Road Cycling Forum.

Hospital time, I won't go there, 16 cuttings in 10 years was plenty for me. Hope that its all over in that department for you, glad you got back to your cycling.

Bill
Bill, let me wish you a Happy Birthday in advance! Stay healthy my brother.
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Thanks much, you have a good weekend, Semper Fi.

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Welcome to bike forums. Waxahachie? Most everyone who sees that wont know how to pronounce it unless they're from Texas. My daughter lives there and I'm about an hour south of you. What kind of bike do you have?
Enjoy BF.
Wacks-A-hatchy

I lived in Ennis for a time.
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Old 11-05-16, 12:59 PM
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Wacks-A-hatchy

I lived in Ennis for a time.
Close enough! Ennis is a nice little town. My niece and I used to take our Saturday morning ride down 287 to Ennis on our way to Bardwell. Thanks for the welcome.
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Close enough! Ennis is a nice little town. My niece and I used to take our Saturday morning ride down 287 to Ennis on our way to Bardwell. Thanks for the welcome.
Bob
My daughter works in Ennis but lives in Waxahachie.
Bardwell reservoir is really cool, providing the water is up. And I bought a motel style AC there. That area is really nice heading towards Italy. I wouldn't have the guts to ride my bike through there because of no room but a motorcycle ride would be ideal.
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Close enough! Ennis is a nice little town. My niece and I used to take our Saturday morning ride down 287 to Ennis on our way to Bardwell. Thanks for the welcome.
Bob

We used to hang out at Lake Bardwell...skiing, boating, etc,..
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My daughter works in Ennis but lives in Waxahachie.
Bardwell reservoir is really cool, providing the water is up. And I bought a motel style AC there. That area is really nice heading towards Italy. I wouldn't have the guts to ride my bike through there because of no room but a motorcycle ride would be ideal.

A friend of mine was placed in a coma (later died) on that long stretch of road going to the lake. Head on collision.
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There are lots of folks here who like to work on bikes more than they like to ride them. Welcome!
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