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Old 06-14-04, 01:35 AM   #1
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New Girl in Town, King of Prussia

Yes, I know. It's the world's stupidest name for a town. It's in PA, BTW. I just did my first triathlon......on a hybrid. It took forever!! But had a great time and signed up for two more. Would like to dip my toes into a road bike but either want a used bike or a very low end new.
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Old 06-14-04, 05:01 AM   #2
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Welcome to the forums. For the record, I once stayed in a pub in a town named National Park. Still, Scone is the stupidest name for a town I've ever heard of (and the town itself wasn't much more interesting). You might think about asking your road bike question over in Road Cycling, it will probably attract more replies over there.
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Welcome to the Forums.

I know King of Prussia! I was born in Norristown.

O.k., I don't "really" know the town, we moved when I was 5 and I've been in FL ever since.

I do remember it was a "Big Deal" to go to K of P when we went shopping!

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