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Old 04-11-02, 02:26 AM   #1
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Hi there :)

Hi there everyone,

Just dropped by to introduce myself. I'm a newbie looking to getting into Mountainbiking...and already, I've had some great advice from forum members.

It's going to be a chuck up between a Carbon Trek (9800) and a Specialized Stumpjumper. Both bikes look great and I'm hoping to ride them both in the next couple of days.

What else, ok, I come from Anchorage in Alaska, and have been living here since 1975. Current occupation is a Environmental Biologist for the State having a mountain bike will be beneficial.

Also getting married this year to my Fiance, so fingers crossed for a great summer.....

Best wishes

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Sounds like you're making good choices across the board. Welcome (Again)!

Talk to you again soon!

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Welcome to BikeForums. It is a lot of fun here and a bit addictive. Enjoy that long sunny summer up north and enjoy your mountain biking.

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