And should you one day come biking in Scandinavia, I'll be happy to follow you at least part of the way. At the moment temp. is 14F, so you bet I'm looking forward to the spring, but I've seen som enthusiasts biking around. My dream is to go biking in Cuba, we shall see about that. I have a trike bike, which generates a lot of interests. It's like walking the dog - always people with comments around. My bike is a Kettwiesel TT.bikelane said:Wow -- this thread's three and a half years running! I'm Lane from Austin, TX. Cycling has changed my life. Long ago -- as a child, actually -- I discovered the freedom of cycling, and I started doing real miles about fifteen years ago. About six years ago, I started commuting. I've sold my car (man, what a savings!) and am in the best shape I've ever been in. I've become involved with our local government to make our city more amenable to cycling as transportation. Recently, I've become interested in racing, but I'm fairly clueless. I'm 40 years old, so likely would race in masters. First, I need a bike. (My commuter is a Trek touring bike.) So, I've been shopping around, and training on my old Peugot road bike. I'm also interested in doing some real touring someday.
Whew! I know just how you feel! Can you imagine what it would have been like in this country if he had won?maddox300 said:Hello everyone, I'm maddox300 from Ohio, (Don't blame me I didn't vote for him) USA- and I ride my bike just for fun and to get around my neighborhood. Not for competition, conditioning or racing. I'm an editor. I like reading, politics, music, lifting weights, and eating.