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Old 05-03-02, 05:22 AM   #1
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Hi there from T dot O!

Hi there,

Just kinda stumbled across this forum by accident. So I thought I'd sign up and say HI!

I'm from Toronto, Ontario, Canada and have been mountian biking for a few years now. I currently have a Rocky Mountain Thin Air for XC riding and recently added a Cove Stiffee FR as a fun freeriding beast. Haven't won any competitions, or broken any world records. I just like to work and ride on my bikes.


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Old 05-03-02, 11:57 AM   #2
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Hey Shane, welcome to the Forums.

There are quite a few of your fellow Canadians here and even some from the Big T!

Nice Bike BTW, I'm currently riding a Cannondale F2000 for my XC bike and a Specialized P.3 for Urban/Freeride.

Heck, I live in FL, so Freeriding is not what you do, but we do ride some technical trails and some decent drops. My problem is the closest trails are 1.5 hours away and my favorite trail is 2.5 hours away! Therefore, urban is a necessity!

I've been doing a lot of road riding lately. I'm heading to Colorado this summer and want to build up my endurance for those long climbs.

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