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4/13/12 2:27 P

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Thanks for sharing...
I agree. My own biking has been a journey of "reveal the path" which I guess I've been "practicing" in an unorganized way. I just never thought to put those exact words or thoughts down.

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4/13/12 11:29 A

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For me the bike is a tool, transportation, and escape.

A tool for shock free exercise and working off stress.

Transportation to get to the gym or around the area when I want to get my exercise with travel.

It is my escape! A way to think, for social contact, for release of good energy, and to improve my outlook on life.

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4/12/12 9:48 P

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Couldn't agree more: the bike as "a pathway to adventures." Not that I'm necessarily drawn to cycling outside the USA...there's MORE than enough adventures around here to suit me!

Great trailer...hadn't heard of it and will definitely keep an eye out for that flix!

But hey, one never knows...! When one gets going on a bike ANYTHING feels possible! :-)

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4/12/12 4:35 P

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That's what the bike is for me, a tool, a pathway to adventures. As far as across the globe, to as close as one's backyard.

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