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    Senior Member Gasper's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pete Appleby 3 View Post
    Gasper it's good to get out on the MTB helps when you need that short burst of power, and that muddy trail is a good work out, don't forsake the MTB
    True Pete, the MTB is good for building strength, but I just find the speed of the road bike so much fun, I can't muster much enthusiasm for off roading at the mo.

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    Giant TCX SLR1 cyclo-cross bike for my off-road commute into Milton Keynes.

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    Giant TCX SLR1 cyclo-cross bike for my off-road commute into Milton Keynes.
    Towpath?

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    National Route 51. Follows the old railway line and then farm tracks before weaving its way through the parks of MK. Could hardly be better!

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    Today I shall be riding my Defy Advanced 0

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    Past two weeks my 2012 Felt F5 as spring seems to have sprung. In the winter it's a 2009 Focus Mares Expert CX bike with road tyres and full mudguards. It's probably 50:50 for me so around 4500 miles a year on each bike commuting then they get another couple of thousand each from weekend rides.
    Jason

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    Senior Member Pete Appleby 3's Avatar
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    Today will be my trusty 2009 giant Defy 4 complete with mudguards and rack long slow ride today so the rack is handy for the picnic stuff stove included for a brew, might get 125 miles in, see you at tea time!

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    You all still seem to be missing the point of his post.

    He wants you to click on his link - his not really interested in what bike you actually ride each day.

    Its called spamming.

    sorry.
    "Life is too short to have anything but delusional notions about yourself."
    Gene Simmons - Kiss

    God - why am I so great !!!


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    But none of us are clicking on his link (I hope) - and it's actually turned into quite an interesting thread.

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    Senior Member Pete Appleby 3's Avatar
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    What link :-) it's now a decent thread oh and I'm just back 137 miles and a very pleasant lunch with great coffee, salmon pate on rye bread the coffee courtesy of my stove and aeropress coffee maker. Oh and I'm sunburnt

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