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  1. llfsa

    Stationary Bikes

    It's a completely different experience and in my opinion in no way comparable to the joys of actually riding outdoors. I've used them before a few months after I broke my leg because I was in no condition to take mine for a spin.
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    Do You Crave A New Bike?

    For me it's the other way around, I often feel bad for even thinking about replacing my perfectly functional older bike for a newer one.
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    Can Cycling/sitting Too Much Kill You?

    As long as you have a proper riding position and saddle the only thing that could kill you is really not cycling enough.
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    Riding With Prescription Glasses / Sunglasses?

    Generally speaking regular glasses are fine, but if you are willing to get prescription glasses than get ones that are UVA or at the very least UVB and preferably polarised.
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    Can I Take Up Professional Cycling At 27?

    Don't listen to the discouraging comments. If you are a determined kind of person everything can be achieved through hard work!
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    Beginner. How Often Should I Train?

    You don't need to restrain yourself to pre-made plans. Gauge your body signals and see what works best for YOU. A lot of people ignore this and it's the reason why there are so many different plans and beliefs.
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    why does it feel like i ****** my self after 15 minutes in the saddle?

    Well, that doesn't seem normal even if the saddles are plain rubbish. I'd take Corzhens' advice and have a doctor look at it.
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    Balanced Diet

    To be honest, protein shakes all look a bit dodgy to me. I'm not going to question their quality but for some reason I just don't trust them. I have a very balanced diet and I never felt like I needed artificial reinforcements.
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    Why People Hate Cyclists/bikers

    I think there is nothing more to it than common sense really. Do you feel like you are making a driver/cyclist mad? Give way as soon as it's safe. Sure there are a lot of dickheads but just don't go wasting your energies on them, the less you care the better off you'll be.
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    Need A Mountain Bike

    Thanks for your reply. I am 5'10" and weigh 161lbs, I am a decent rider though not extremely fit but have no trouble handling bigger bikes if that's what you mean. I will definitely be using it around tow paths but I would like to make it suitable for all kinds of terrain. My last bike had no...
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    Where are you from,what do you do?

    Hi everyone, I am a computer engineer living in Manchester, UK and I am pondering about getting a new bike to keep my passion for cycling alive!
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    Bike Riding To Better Myself

    Biking has done for me what most therapists couldn't. It's amazing the good it does for you
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    Need A Mountain Bike

    Nothing too fancy, but strong enough so I won't need to replace it any time soon. I'm willing to stretch it as far as 700£. The only thing I need is for it to be very comfortable for long duration courses, also I would prefer something lighter.