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Old 09-26-10, 04:02 PM   #1
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Hello from Huntsville, Alabama

Fairly new to regular biking although not to physical activities - been lifting weights and either running or using an elliptical trainer for years now.

Was looking for another activity to add to my exercise routine and after a few months of riding on and off with a old bike I purchased a Trek FX-3. After a couple of months I have worked up to 50 mile rides on one of the weekend days with an additional 3 or 4 days during the week before work in the morning - roughly 20 miles on those rides. Gotten hooked on riding fairly quickly and the now weekend challenge to see if I can top my previous miles for a day.

Looking forward to the fall weather after one of the hottest summers in years and will be working towards doing a century ride.

Currently 53 years old - still lift weights twice a week and the other days I ride the bike
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Old 09-26-10, 04:10 PM   #2
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Good miles for an old man.
I see a 100 mile ride very soon for you.
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