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Old 07-14-08, 07:13 AM
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Hello from Mustang, Oklahoma

Hello all,

I'm located in central Oklahoma and have recently renewed my interest in riding. I used to do many of the local and regional rides in my area, but once I started a family other interest somehow moved ahead of bicycling.

However, with the price of gas at $4.00/gallon in this area, and with about 15-20 extra pounds (ok, 20) of flesh on my person, I moved bicycling closer to the front of my list of priorities. I pulled my 1985 Bridgestone 300 down, cleaned her up, and have started riding again. It is my goal to begin riding to work (10-miles one way) within a week or two.

Thanks for the great forum and all of the postings. I will be a regular reader and hope to regularly contribute.

Oh, by the way, I'm a computer professional by trade and have many hobbies including woodworking, gardening, auto restoration, home remodeling, bicycling, and reading.

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Old 07-14-08, 09:58 PM
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Hi David, we have a Bridgestone appreciation thread somewhere in the depths of the Classic & Vintage forum . Feel free to add photos and commentary if you'd like--we would appreciate it!

Welcome to BF, and feel free to PM me with any questions !

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