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Old 08-23-23, 09:59 AM
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Not New Bike Day, sadly enough, but New Belt Hole Day, which is good enough for me lol.
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Nice!

I've lost 20 lbs since starting to cycle and my belt no longer fits but I'm a cheapskate and don't want to buy a new belt while I'm still in the process of losing weight...so I just keep hitching up my pants like an old man. Regardless, great job!
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Originally Posted by noquarter1
Nice!

I've lost 20 lbs since starting to cycle and my belt no longer fits but I'm a cheapskate and don't want to buy a new belt while I'm still in the process of losing weight...so I just keep hitching up my pants like an old man. Regardless, great job!
Same here, thus the new belt hole lol. Next step after another new hole will be cutting the belt shorter. Keep up the good work, sometimes it's the small things that are their own rewards.

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