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post #16 of 18
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Re: The Future of Recreational Cycling in South Af

D*mn, should of taken that offer in Richmond, London a few years ago...
post #17 of 18
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Re: The Future of Recreational Cycling in South Af

Wait, let me see.  You WANT to ride in rain and snow?  What difference does a 7kg bike make if you're weighed down with 5 kg's of sodden clothing?  So saying I guess if you are earning pounds you would be able to afford to go cycling in France and Spain every now and again..  Hmm, choices
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Re: The Future of Recreational Cycling in South Af

I would recommend the UK thing - for a while.

I've been here 16 months and head back to SA end August. It was an awesome experience and I feel more 'worldy' now - not to mention having enough cash to pay my house off in SA!!

One really good thing that's come out of it is I'm TOUGH AS NAILS! In SA if the sky was grey I'd stay indoors. If you took the same approach for the UK winter you'd look like Ullrich hehehe. I've ridden in sub zero, sleet, rain, hail and snow - hell I make postmen look like softies.

Viva the sunny skies of SA viva!!!
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