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Streamline

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Jul 9, 2007
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I had a rough start here but hopefully we can start over ;)

I just wanted to introduce myself. I live in Harleyville SC. I mostly road bike but love to get dirty. I have an old HT GT and am currently building up a 2003 i-Drive GT ( I very happy with it so far ). My road bike is a Jamis Ventura, helps keep the sanity.
 

binary visions

The voice of reason
Jun 13, 2002
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Ignore SkaredShtles. Everyone else does.

We welcome spammers with open arms, here, so enjoy your stay :D
 

Streamline

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Jul 9, 2007
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lol Hey the road bike got me on the mountain bike, so it can't be all that bad. Anyway, To become a better roadie hit the mountain and to become a better mountain bk'r hit the road. ;)
 

Streamline

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Jul 9, 2007
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Wow! Lively bunch. And to think I fought to get my name reinstated here. Blah!

Oh man and sorry but I thought he was getting wind socks not human socks. Can you say C'ankle ;)
 

LordOpie

MOTHER HEN
Oct 17, 2002
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Wow! Lively bunch. And to think I fought to get my name reinstated here. Blah!

Oh man and sorry but I thought he was getting wind socks not human socks. Can you say C'ankle ;)
You'll fit in just fine here.

PS: go post in the roadie forum... if you really are one.
 

Streamline

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Jul 9, 2007
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You'll fit in just fine here.

PS: go post in the roadie forum... if you really are one.
I did. Not much to post. I am still in the 20 - 30 mile ride stage. I don't get to ride as much as I like. I have only put 750 miles on my Ventura. I am still a young buck. I am looking to upgrade from toe straps to clipless soon so there will be questions.
I did commute to work up until a week ago. Before it was 12 miles round trip, now it is probably about 80 round trip, although I haven't measured it. I do plan on making the one way trip at least once a week soon enough.
And on the Mtn bike side of things, I love Harbison in Columbia SC and am going to pay a visit to Sugar Mountain in Sept.
 

LordOpie

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Streamline

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Jul 9, 2007
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That's fvckin' far! I recommend combining driving and biking. Drive to a Park-n-Ride about half way, ride in and back.
My wife has to make the drive as well(she doesn't ride yet, lol i've pretty much kept her pregnant for the past 2 years ;) ). So I am thinking that she can just drive down with the bike rack and pick me up after work. The ride in the morning would probably be great other than fog/cars. But, to ride home would probably be miserable with the humidity and heat her in South Carolina. Bloody hate this state.