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Old 11-03-09, 06:07 AM   #1
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Hi to you all.
I found this forum a few days ago by chance looking for information about an SR I bought in US while working in San Diego in 1979/80. I did'nt know much about bikes although I have had one from a todler mostle put together from parts found at the rubbish dump. The SR was the first new bike and it was the colour that grabbed me, I still have it and it is almost like new. I now ride a Raleigh mountain bike at a very leisurely pace with my wife and daughter on cycle tracks, mostly converted railway tracks that meander its way around small villiges and pubs. I am not in your class when it comes to cycling chaps. Bye for now.
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Old 11-03-09, 06:43 AM   #2
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Welcome to BF.
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Ride safe and post a pic of your bikes sometime.
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Welcome to Bike Forums. Do you have a photo of your SR to post?
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I cycled on those reworked rail lines a few years ago when visiting in-laws near Barnstaple. I rode about 20 km up the valley from Bideford - very nice. We had Sunday lunch at Westward **!.
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