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Old 04-05-11, 09:53 AM   #1
Rob H
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Hello from Barrington, IL

Hi, I have already used your Classic & Vintage bike forum to get some great feedback on my 1985 Miyata 310. I'm in my late 40's and have used my Mountain bike the last 15 years instead of my road bike due to road traffic. However, I'd like to get back into road biking and I've decided I don't like my Miyata with the shifters on the downtube. I hope this forum can help me narrow my choices of a replacement bike. I'm hitting an area bike swap in a few weeks and am looking for the best forum to get feedback on the type of bike to get. The plan is to bike under 30 miles twice a week to supplement my fitness routine. Happy Cycling. Rob
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