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DAVEINSEOUL
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My 12 week Spark Journey

Friday, May 28, 2010


This is a short, upbeat blog about my Spark Journey so far. Let me know what you think. Thanks!
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  • v DAVEW175
    Great blog Dave. I restarted with spark about 2 weeks after your first bike ride and you're progress has been a great motivator. I've enjoyed seeing your rides get longer and your weight go down. Congratulations on taking your life back!

    Dave
    2251 days ago
  • v JESSASAURUSFLEX
    I bought my bike this week! And, since I have started... I have already lost two pounds.. I know its because of the great exercise!! I find your vlog to be really motivational! You keep up the awesome work!
    2252 days ago
  • v CHEEKMONKEY5
    I find your blog inspirtional. Im new here do you have any suggestions on how to use this site to its fullist. Thanks Cheeky.
    2252 days ago
  • v DLSMITH9
    Amazing story- hope you keep it up and reach your next goal soon!
    2252 days ago
  • v LOSINGIT61
    Thanks for this video Dave, it is very encouraging. Congrats on your weightloss, bp being down and the way your exercising. You are doing a great job. Hope you have a great day and happy riding.
    2252 days ago
  • v WRITEMANN1
    Enjoyed your vidblog! Very encouraging. I actually have a Specialized 'Rockjumper' 12-speed gathering dust in my basement. Thanks to your vidBlog I'l be digging it out, dusting it off, doing some necessary adjustments like air in the tires, and going for a ride.

    Thanks.
    2252 days ago
  • v HUNTINGGODDESS
    Good job. I admire your courage to put yourself out like that. Happy biking. I have to try riding it too but I have a little one to tag along. Not as easy as one two three go. See you at the han river. emoticon emoticon
    2252 days ago
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