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May be an indication that you are excited that you got your bike back.<br><br><img alt="smile.gif" src="http://files.kickrunners.com/smilies/smile.gif"><br><br>
Nice dudes at LBS were very patient with me and my questions.....<br>
and gave me a card for people who do group rides to get me more acclimated to the road situation here in town.<br><br>
I think at some point I'm going to have to learn how to do more than change a tire....I can do it, but I have to cuss while doing it, or it doesn't work. I tried the non cussing way.....no dice. Threw in a few "adult words" and BAM, not a problem. Of course, this was years ago, and I had a friend with me at the time who was helping me be inventive with the cussing. Still.<br><br>
I took it out for a spin around the block when I got home........<br>
whhhhhhhhheeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee making your own wind (something I don't do while running), is such a neat feeling.<br><br>
It's just my sturdy mtn bike, and I feel like I'm small on it......but, it was way easier to pedal without the knobby tires on it. After I'm done eating here, I'm going to go home and get all my stuff that's been in a box....so I won't get wacked upside the head while riding.<br><br>
It's almost like Christmas morning. Almost.
 

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STITCH--LMAO--you are too funny! I too, like how fast I am on the bike (compared to when I run--I am not so fast). I am always amazed at how far I make it, in say 4 minutes on my bike and how long it would have taken me to get to the same spot while running!<br><br>
I cant wait to get my new bike on the road--maybe if we dont get snow I will take mine out for a spin?!<br><br>
GL with the new bike--and christmas! <img alt="smile.gif" src="http://files.kickrunners.com/smilies/smile.gif">
 

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yeah...I set myself up for that.....<br><br>
for that matter....<br>
I do while running....it's almost like things need to "settle" (usually around mile 2 or 3) then, I'm good for the rest of the distance.<br><br>
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