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Old 03-21-05, 12:18 PM
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Hi everyone,

Found this forum through Google a week or so ago when I started researching mountain bikes and came across a great "$500 bike" thread that I'm working into a spreadsheet I have built up. I've been lurking since then but decided to subscribe.

I'll probably spend my time reading up on the thread some more and doing more research before I start posting my questions and findings.
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Old 03-21-05, 02:29 PM
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Welcome - is researching bikes something you do while you wait for the snow to melt. What riding will you do when that happens?
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Originally Posted by AndrewP
Welcome - is researching bikes something you do while you wait for the snow to melt. What riding will you do when that happens?
With the great weather we've been having the snow is doing a great job of melting, eh?

Two things I intend to do with my new bike:
- take it on trails around town and up north.
- drive around town pulling a kid hauler to pull my two little daughters.

I got the kid hauler from my aunt last year and I drove my daughters everywhere. My girls loved it. I have an old, old 10-speed that must be 20 years old (had it since I was in early high school) and it definitely needs to be replaced.

I love hiking and always wanted to take up mountain biking. Needing a new bike is a way to get the best of both worlds.
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