The bike does make a difference

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Re: The bike does make a difference

Postby worcester19 » Tue Nov 20, 2012 22:27 pm

Great advert for cycling guys!!

I suppose you are the same guys that say good morning to me when I am on my shiny bike wearing my cycling gear and when I am on my old peugeot wearing shorts and T-shirt you turn away in embarassment!!!!

Oh and I drive an Audi - still weigh 13 stone and average 17mph on a 28 mile ride

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Re: The bike does make a difference

Postby Mikey23 » Wed Nov 21, 2012 08:45 am

i will invest in a shiny new go faster bike when when my level of fitness and riding skill can justify it. for now i will stick with my defy 4

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Re: The bike does make a difference

Postby stronginthesun » Wed Nov 21, 2012 11:31 am

i was getting into " the more expensive , lighter ect the bike the faster you will be marketing " and was looking into getting a bike i couldnt really afford . suddenly woke up sold the trek 4.5 for a good price on ebay , and bought a boardman team hybrid instead , now iam slightly slower , but still go as far and dont have to worry about gearing up in silly lycra and clipless shoes and have a use all year bike . ps halfords set it up perfectly

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