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2/8/14 10:55 P

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Welcome aboard!

Sounds like you've got the cycling "bug" alrighty!

I've been focusing on the pounds lately too and FINALLY finding the nutrition tracker to be my best ally when it comes to shedding the weight!

Looking forward to hearing all about your rides! :-)

Don

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2/8/14 3:42 P

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Thanks! Clocked 6 road miles today! Can't wait to put the dirt tires on in a couple of months!

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2/7/14 10:07 P

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Welcome! Singletrack is truly awesome!

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2/7/14 7:03 P

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Welcome!

I love seeing really big people ride. It's a reminder this sport belongs to all of us, not just the 4% body fat types. And it shows that people shouldn't use their size as an excuse to not get healthier. Swim, bike, walk, strength training - absent your doctor telling you NOT to do these things, there's no reason not to invest time in ourselves.

Love God. Love your neighbor. Change the world. It really is that simple.

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2/7/14 5:52 P

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One of the good things about cycling is that it takes out the impact that can make some other forms of exercise (eg. running) really hard on the knees for heavier people.

With cycling, you can get a really intense workout that is easy on the body.

Keep kickin' it to the curb!!

M@L

The reasonable man adapts himself to the world; the unreasonable one persists in trying to adapt the world to himself. Therefore all progress depends on the unreasonable man.


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2/7/14 1:47 P

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HEY, AUDIODUDE!

Welcome to SparkPeople! Pretty sure you're not the biggest person here! You just keep putting one foot in front of the other (proverbially speaking), and you'll be back to jumpin' and bikin' like a maniac in no time at all!

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2/7/14 10:23 A

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Hello everyone! I might be the biggest person here but hopefully not for long! I was a ABA BMX racer as a teen. I got REALLY fat as an adult but I'm kicking that to the curb and working on getting to the point of some serious MTB trail riding!

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