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Old 01-24-07, 08:19 PM   #1
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Greetings from sunny Austin Texas!

A little about me - I got back into bikes about 18 months ago after being away from them for way too long. And what started as just a way to work off some excess energy/stress now verges on obsession. But in a good way.

I'm a weekend roadie (no spandex, lots of leg hair) who also rides trails and I use bikes to get around town whenever I can. I've got geared bikes, single speeds and fixies. Five of my six bikes are steel. I rode my first fixed century last spring and hope to ride in the Chupacabras 100km this fall.

My most treasured possession is a Waterford built Schwinn Paramount, but the bike that gets the most miles is a Redline Monocog I've retrofitted with a 29er (first wheel I ever built) up front.
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Old 01-24-07, 08:42 PM   #2
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Welcome saint cheese!!!

Glad that you have become a member and not lurking anymore!!


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