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Old 09-27-10, 09:28 PM   #1
Left Coast DJ
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Hello from So. Cal

Just joined. Trying to get back into bike riding after being away for nearly 20 years. I just turned 39 couple of days ago. And I also dusted and cleaned my old McMahon mountain bike that I've had since 1993. Doing some night riding these days after kids and wife have gone to bed. Thinking maybe now I need a road bike since the chance of going off-road these days is slim.

Anyway, happy to be here!

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Old 09-27-10, 11:35 PM   #2
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Welcome back to cycling! At Bike Forums, you'll find a wealth of cycling knowledge, experiences, hints, and some interesting chatter. I'd be extra careful with night riding because most motorists can't see a cyclist even with flashing lights, reflectors, reflective vests, etc. Very few things can beat cycling for fitness and fun!
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