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Old 09-02-08, 02:20 PM   #1
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hi name is eddie starting biking again

hi i never really learned how to bike when i was a kid and about 10 yrs ago took it up...aND QUIT...however i have gotten the urge again...i quit for avrious reasons before was the frustration of changing gears ,fear of auto traffic, and i couldnt go up hills...well i hope to conquer those fears slowly if possible...i fgure to bike often at a bike trail park in new jersey where i live ..wish me luck...i think i will purchase a trek low end hyrid or comfort bike...depending on the deal i get...going to a bike shop in shrewsberry nj..tmo ...
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Old 09-03-08, 11:07 AM   #2
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The gears on a Trek bike that are adjusted by a proper bike shop will be easy to use, and there will be plenty of low gears to tackle the hills. If you find the hill too tough, stop and take out your camera, to take a picture of the fabulous view. A glasses or helmet mounted mirror makes passing traffic a lot less scary. A FlashFlag sticking out to the side of your bike makes cars give more space as they pass. Good luck.
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Hello Eddie, you can do it! A bike trail is a good place to start re-learning, as long as you mind the walkers, runners, and doggers.

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