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    Quote Originally Posted by Silverback View Post
    Where the fuck is zarkov.
    From memory he lived in Japan. i think he was a teacher or something similar.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shrek View Post
    From memory he lived in Japan. i think he was a teacher or something similar.
    Yeah, he was fiesty


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    Why is there a cycling thread
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    cant really relate work here but i used to ride from Urunga NSW to Bellingen NSW which if you look up on Google Maps is just over 15 kms each day to school


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    Interesting, I think it's not depend on fer it's depend on how much time you rid non-stopple.Generally i live in flat area and i rid it without gear and if you live in a hilly place then chosen geared one for longer then 30 minutes non-stop.If you practice it ragulerly then i think you pass the any far.


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    When i ride I only stopple for a tipple, or to scratch my nipple.
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    If you are older than 21 and riding to work you really have to evaluate the choices you have made in life


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    Lol especially if you ride to work on a bmx bike


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    I've got a mate who rode 28 km to work on his second bike ride. Just took a bit of determination. With a good bike, you'll be surprised at the minimal difference between 15 km and 45 km.

    I'd suggest working up to it over about two to three weeks unless you have a prior injury or are massively unfit. Shouldn't take 6 months. Just expect 45 km to take 2 hours first time
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