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  • v ANNESYLVIA
    I am doing okay. I have gain a lot of my weight back but I am trying to exercise more. Started to go back to the gym 3-4 days a week. This is the best I can do, however, I need to start doing some exercise at home as well. Thanks for asking!
    1676 days ago
  • v ANNESYLVIA
    Hi there, just dropping by to say hello...how are things with you? emoticon
    1678 days ago
  • v SKINNYPOWELL1
    Motivator's Fireworks Challenge "Spark of the Day"

    Talk Yourself Up Today


    "I am Awesome"

    "I am Strong"

    "I am Smart"

    "I am a Winner"

    "I am Loved"

    "I am Beautiful"

    ...Believe it & let your Spark Shine!

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    2342 days ago
  • v SPEEDYDOG
    I am glad you are back. Surly makes some great bikes and I like their attitude. However, I selected a 907 fat bike. The Pugsley was a nice bike but the 907 was more in tune with the way I ride.

    I really like the old-school Surly bikes. My son bought a steel Trek Earl single speed. The Earl feels nice. There is a little "spring" in the steel that is not there with aluminum or carbon.

    The Pugs springy steel frame was a detractor for me. The fat tires are bouncy. The Pugsley had a boingy-boingy feel. Some riders really like the bounce of the Surly fat bikes.

    The 907 fat bike has a hydroformed heat-treated 7005 triple-butted frame that is rock hard. The 907 is not as comfy as the Pugs. But the 907 was a lot faster and more responsive. The 907 rocked!

    For long-distance touring the LHT is a great choice. I can imagine the Surly frame is nice for long rides.

    Welcome back!

    Bruce
    2511 days ago
  • v SKINNYPOWELL1
    The benefits of running are worth soooooo much more than money, but sure was a great surprise, I love surprises. Hope you run into a surprise or two this week too.
    2618 days ago
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