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A $300 bike is probably not the best option to start going hard on hills, honestly. If you are what you claim to be, you shouldn't be having that...
My first bike was a women's and I didn't know it until my first proper road bike (yes, I know [IMG]). Didn't have any noticeable pain or...
5 years is quite some time for parts to get old and get overtaken by newer technology, so I don't know if it's still that fair of a price.
looks better than some bikes in our days.
Here's a chart you could use.
Swimming after a hard run completes the cycle. Getting a nice relax without tiring your legs feels godly.
Or you find a leprechaun's treasure of some sort.
I'd give it a test ride and see if it goes well. You should fit in there but honestly go test it if you're not sure.
or just carry it with you in your office.
I'm with you.
Truth is, no diet is good if you stop keeping it. Your body gets used to that kind of food and when you don't give your organism the same things...
faith in humanity restored.
and then he comes back, so it's no use.