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Old 09-28-05, 07:16 PM
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hi

I'm not a big "chatter" but I've been reading here and I would like to throw my $.02 in now and again.
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Old 09-28-05, 07:58 PM
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Go for it.
What do you ride?
Do you ride often?
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I ride fixed, though not as often as I like...
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I ride a mtb with a single chainring, 7spd cluster rear =fatty chain, no snappy.

I'd like to run a fixed gear bike on a velodrome track someday.

Can you ride in a circle backwards?
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Originally Posted by jeff williams
Can you ride in a circle backwards?
Ha, no, I've always found riding forward to be the best way to get where I needed to be.
(and it does't make you quite as dizzy)
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Man, I'm on the wetcoast of B.C. Can. About to go ride to town.
Sub-tropical rainforest, pouring outside.
You'ld figure I'd have a pretty good rain-gear setup by now.
I'm gonna get puddled bad.
>peace-jef.
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