buying new road bike

giant1
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Postby giant1 » Thu Mar 22, 2007 9:42 pm

OK I'm just going outside to hit something really hard then I will come back and have another go

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europa
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Location: southern end of Adelaide - home of hills, fixies and drop bears

Postby europa » Thu Mar 22, 2007 9:47 pm

It is simple. Honest it isn :roll: That's why my dog is now hiding under the bed - I got rather 'excited' when my attempts to 'fix' the problem didn't work :oops:

Richard

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YESSSSS I FINALLY GOT THE PICS UP

Postby giant1 » Thu Mar 22, 2007 10:12 pm

...and here are my "other children"

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My eldest child Giant XTC 1. I did last sydney to Wollongong on this one. In the wind and rain. It was great.


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The middle child Giant Anthem 1. great bike, I use this one a lot riding with a group of guys on the weekend. I love riding this bike because it is so comfortable.

Incase anyone is wondering, I don't ride off road due to wornout hip from previous sporting life. My hip won't take constant pounding, it will ache for days later. But road cycling is no problem.


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And our newest child Orbea Onix model. Sooo Light 7.5kg. Built for speed and nothing else. Not even in the same country as comfortable. But did I mention the speed!!!!!!


Bye the way....My wife helped me work out how to get the pics up :oops:

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Postby Mulger bill » Thu Mar 22, 2007 10:38 pm

Thanks giant1, nice fleet you've got there

Wives are officially good, they look after the details so we can ride more. :wink:
Wives that ride are gold, they really understand.

Shaun

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