|Want to say hello...||BLK|
Apr 4, 2002 9:44 PM
|Just wanted to say hello. I just bought my first road bike (Litespeed Atlas) and I am hoping I enjoy this side of the sport as much as I enjoy mountain biking. Anyway I love this site and I have learned a lot as a lurker, so now I hope to contribute a bit.
Apr 4, 2002 11:00 PM
Remain In Light.
|hooo...onaigashiymasu akirasho san...huy! Nm||Spirito|
Apr 4, 2002 11:10 PM
|Ja, Boku mo...||hayaku|
Apr 5, 2002 6:48 AM
|Minna wa nihonngo hanaseru kana?
|Ja, Boku mo...||czardonic|
Apr 5, 2002 9:31 AM
|Sou rashii, na. . .|
|Welcome to the board and ... grrr ...||Elefantino|
Apr 5, 2002 4:02 AM
|"... my first road bike (Litespeed Atlas) ..."
Even those of us who don't lean toward Tennessee every afternoon are jealous of this statement.
Please don't tell us that you've got a bike trip planned for France in July, too!
FWIW, tongue deep in cheek,
|Thanks! No trips planned yet...||BLK|
Apr 5, 2002 9:55 AM
|Still trying to yank my foot out of the pedals! They sure ain't like my Time ATACs on my mtb bike. Much more float, and much more difficult to pull out of.
|Welcome. Please post your fennel recipes. (nm)||Crankist|
Apr 5, 2002 6:18 AM
|in the beginning||grandemamou|
Apr 5, 2002 11:10 AM
|there were cyclists then someone invented the mountain bike. We all became either roadies or mtn bikers. Now it seems that alot of mtn bikers are turning to the road and vice versa.
It's great for the sport. Last year our group training rides doubled in size from the addition of mtn bikers. At first they were dropped but by the end of summer they were mixing it with the hard core roadies. Several did very well in crits.
I plan on buying my first mtn bike this year. I really think it will help my sprints, climbing and cornering in crits.