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Old 07-16-06, 06:38 PM   #1
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Greetings from the Live Free or Die State

Hello from New Hampshire!

I was initially a lurker here, using advice on this forum to steer me towards a new road bike. I have since made the purchase (a 2002 Jamis Aurora with some minor upgrades), and have been very happy. So, thanks to those who reviewed these bikes in the past and helped me out!

I live in Manchester, NH. Moved here from Boston about three years ago, and still miss that city. Still, there's a lot to love about this state, and I'm becoming more acquainted with some of the roads and routes. Most recent ride was up in Henniker/Weare (about 35 minutes north), and I'll be back up there soom to continue the investigation of possible rides.

While I've been riding a bike since I was five, I stopped riding regularly when I left Boston, and am now just getting back into it. One of these days I'll hook up with the Granite State Wheelmen to ride with them. Anyone reading this a part of GSW?

Looking forward to continuing to learn from all the experts on here.

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