Hi most people call me Boab, I'm based in Sussex uk and also Iskele Famagusta Cyprus. I'm a keen rider and Tourer but not a racer really. I've ridden across the uk, Europe and across America and of course Cyprus. I like to meet new people to ride with. Cheers. http://cyprusonabianchi.blogspot.com
Live in Rancho Santra Margarita, CA (Orange County). I work at a place named STILLEN (www.stillen.com). Its a manufacturer and retailer of aftermarket parts for automobiles. I am a Data Manager there (the business is very data intensive). Have 2 daughters, 1 granddaughter, and am engaged to the love of my life (this WILL be the last time - if she ever sets a date) Have a web page that tells a little bit about me (www.YouthfulGeezer.com) - very little Cant share everything
Hopefully I can learn a few things here. Even more importantly, I am hoping this will help me get in gear and get back on my bike - so I can lose a ton or so
Hello, all. I'm from suburban Chicago (Schaumburg), Illinois, USA. I joined this forum after seeing good advice on recovering from inguinal hernias. That's one of my injuries in the past year after falling and shattering my collarbone last August -- a boy walked into me on a trail. I have a metal plate now, six screws.
This is my 12th season of serious cycling -- 4,000-6,000 miles a year. I dabbled in it in the years before with my Schwinns and was a runner before I discovered modern cycling. I don't race but do an MS ride every year and at least one weeklong bike tour, usually of Wisconsin. I've done something like 17 centuries.
I'm an editor at a newspaper working nights, which allows me riding time during the day.
Hello Fellow Cyclist hoping you are all doing well. I am Wes, a displaced Texan living in Arkansas. I am fairly new to cycling. I own a Mountain bike I have had for about two years and just bought a road bike three weeks ago. I am seriously interested in doing century rides.
My profession is law enforcement. I am working on joining my departments bike patrol unit.
Frederick Maryland, my 2nd year of road cycling, i love it! Avg 90 miles a week right now, focusing on climbing lately (a lot of rolling hills around here), so trying to get the mental aspect of climbing conquered.
Hi: I'm Ian Franklin, founder of the Chiang Mai Track Stars (Chiang Mai Track Cycling Club on Facebook) and a member of the UK based A5 Rangers Cycling Club and the League of Veteran Racing Cyclists. I ride here in Chiang Mai about 700k a week, some fast, some socially. I race on the rare occasions we have races in Thailand, or races that suit me. I also coach and mentor at the Chiang Mai Velodrome. Basically, I live the life of a full time cyclist and that's because I'm retired. If you want to experience the pleasures of cycling in Thailand's north there's a number of ways and a number of levels that you can that. We have cycing groups going out most days, chain gangs twice a week, velodrome training and so forth. My Mrs and I do home stay for cyclists only or we can point you to many hotels, dirt cheap to quite expensive. Chiang Mai is a great place for riding and I can inroduce you to the velodrome and in most cases fit you up with a track bike (depending on size).
From Vancouver, BC Canada.
just starting riding road bikes because of too many injuries jogging (feet, shins etc)
Bought a used 2005 trek 2100 (which seems to work) and am riding on weekends and a spin bike at home in the mornings watching the TDF.
Quote: UCI Road World Championships in Richmond VA in 2015. Hi,
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I Was Created By My Parents lol But Live In Winipeg Manitoba Canada, I work as I home cleaner, hopefully one day it will build as i have my own cleaning business, other then that i love to cycle , it is a good thinking and stress releaser , beside fishing that i call god's country and place to thinking in peace and have a good meal after you are done