What a laugh.

Discussion in 'Mountain Bikes' started by dvnjhn, Apr 5, 2008.

  1. dvnjhn

    dvnjhn New Member

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    Got into cycling six months ago mainly for fitness reasons. After 2 months of cycling to work I decided to get a mountain bike and rekindle my 1 year love affair when I was fourteen (I am now 30). Unfortunatly before I was able to ride my Specialised hardrock, I was struck down with arthritic conditions (which are now under control). Today, while visiting my parents in the Scottish borders, I had decided to bring my bike - so while they where walking the dog I could go out on part of a local walking range and try my bike.

    The first climb was hard; due to my own stupidity of forgeting that unlike my commuting bike - this is not a single spead (those extra gears make a diffrence). After a good decent and a positive ride, I cannot wait to get right back into this sport. First Glentress (good Scottish cycle park) then Whistler. LOL.
     
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  2. coneofsilence

    coneofsilence Member

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    Yep. Cycling is fun.
     
  3. jackson123

    jackson123 New Member

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    haha... so cute
     
  4. rtd131

    rtd131 New Member

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    Uh ..Yeah , i wouldn't bring a hardrock to whistler
     
  5. dvnjhn

    dvnjhn New Member

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    Yup, If I could afford to go to Whistler - then I doubt I would be bringing my Hardrock mate. It was ment to be a bit tounge in cheak.
     
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