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sigma957 wrote:I just yesterday got new tires on my bike. One new tube too. They look nicer and should be faster than my old tires.
I am having problems with my sciatic nerve since I moved a month ago. I'm hoping my Chiropractor will be able to fix it up. But once that feels better, I'm going to ride more. I can ride to the grocery store, the library, and a large natural butte nearby, so I have plenty of places to go.
My bike is a blue 96 Trek, which started out as a mountain bike. Since then though, I've changed the handlebars and now the tires twice.
sigma957 wrote:My bike is a blue 96 Trek, which started out as a mountain bike. Since then though, I've changed the handlebars and now the tires twice.
Chumly wrote:I think how your bike is set up makes a difference as well. If the seat is too far back and the handlebars too far forward, you really have no choice but to support much of your upper body weight on your hands. I have noticed much less of an issue when mountain biking than road riding.
Faith in DC wrote:There is no need to ride with white knuckles
You haven't rode in my neck of the woods. There is no mercy for bikes.
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