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Old 01-23-19, 12:34 PM
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BobL
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Originally Posted by Wildwood View Post
I've got 20 bikes under the roof (all riders), all before 2005. i'm not missing anything important in my cycling experience - except more miles and more smiles.

A person has to decide if they are into cycling for miles or new doo-dads - then find your place somewhere between the extremes.
For me, it's miles.

I'm rather happy with my bike, it's just a question if I could improve things with a small upgrade or two. Running lights? A phone holder so I can watch GPS maps or routes? Maybe. That's probably all.

After replacing the batteries in my tail light I find I still forget to turn it on before hitting the road. A post-it on the garage door might help me remember.
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