Bicycle Diaries: It's been a long, long time...

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It's been a long, long time...

and so much
has been happening!

a new bike

a new marriage

a whole new spring

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Anonymous theboy said...

Congratulations! (And nice to see you back.)

31/5/11 07:41  
Blogger Fat Lad said...

Fantastic big man :)

Mrs Fat Lad and I are so chuffed for you :D

Congratulations once again from us both


2/6/11 16:31  
Blogger Da' Square Wheelman, said...


3/6/11 10:11  
Blogger brother yam said...

Mazel Tov!

Glad to see you're back.

8/6/11 15:19  
Anonymous Allie Ryan said...

Congrats on your new ride and marriage! Love is Grand!

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28/6/11 13:12  
Blogger Charlton Roches said...

I never knew much about taking care of a bike, because while growing up, it was my older brother that was into fixing bikes, doing bike maintenance for all the kids in the neighbourhood and other family and friends. I got a flat ten miles into one of my ride, well; at the time I did not have a spare tube nor did I had patches and a pump to sort out the problem. Nonetheless, some help came by, few of our professional cyclists stopped to assist me with the flat, two of them stop and gave me a tube and they pump it up for me. They then invited me to follow them back (this is because after the flat I turn back to go home). While returning back the discussion was surrounding the need to have your necessary spares or a patch kit with you whenever you are on the road. Furthermore, when you are not riding, it is good to check your chain, derailleur and other parts of your bike that endure the strain of the road, so that whenever you are on the road you don't have to worry about your bike failing you. Therefore, I wish to encourage you to try it out and let me know how you feel after your first ride.
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18/2/13 19:28  

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