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Old 01-14-09, 07:17 AM
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Hi From Ireland

Hey All,

I've been browsing here for a couple of days. Nice to see a good, active forum with plenty of areas of interest covered.

I'm based in Dublin, Ireland. I'm mad about cars but I like bikes too and I cycle to work (13 mile round trip) whatever the weather. It keeps me fit, it's fun, it's cheap and it's a lot quicker than driving in rush hour. Unfortunately I'm driving this week as my bike's broken. Hope to get it back tommorrow. I really miss it . I also head for the hills around my home for a bit of off-roading when I have a chance.

I've just upgraded from a Specialized Hardrock to an S-Works, thanks to a very generous colleague . I just put some road tyres on it at the weekend but I haven't had a chance to try them yet (see above).

Don't expect too many posts from me in the next few weeks as I'll be too busy reading!!

Cheers,

Jeremy
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Old 01-18-09, 12:34 AM
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Old 01-18-09, 07:24 PM
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Thanks for the welcome. Just been having a bit of a browse, thanks to which my new tyres are now properly seated, eliminating a rather annoying bumpy sensation l'd been experiencing!
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Thanks for the welcome. Just been having a bit of a browse, thanks to which my new tyres are now properly seated, eliminating a rather annoying bumpy sensation l'd been experiencing!
Not only bumpy, but possibly quite dangerous!

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