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Subject: Re: New Bicycles Date: 11/20/2012 10:39 PM
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<< These aren't your multi-gear, alloy frame bikes. They are cheap, single speed, pedal brake, heavy steel frame clunkers with baskets and a cup holder and a rear carrying platform. . . everything but a bell or horn. >>

Well, you have 1890s technology. Personally, I think that's kind of a shame --- modern bicycles are really marvels.

But if simplicity suits you, perhaps that's a good choice.

The issue you are likely to face is that if you bicycle regularly, you will soon get in better shape and be more confident of your cycling skills. You will be ready to do more but be limited by your bicycle.

I enjoy cycling, and I hope to hear more about your cycling in the weeks to come.

Waving an olive branch,

Seattle Pioneer
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