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Hello to all. I a just introducing myself as a new member.
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This is my first post. Hoping to enjoy this forum.
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Welcome to Bikeride
There are two kinds of people in the world, "Those who help themselves to people, and those who help people!"
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Thanks, l'll make a note of that.
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welcome to BikeRide.com Bham! what discipline of cycling are you into? looking forward to reading what you contribute here!
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Greetings and welcome to the forum!
How is cycling life in Guyana?
Merida Scultura 5000 (2015)
Merida Big Nine 400 (2019)
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Zviedrs,thank u very much.
Cycling life in Guyana is good because there are lots of road races for male s and females riding 120km and 50km and lots more. The 120km has a lot of
mountain climbs but I am not a competitive rider. I ride for fitness because of my age.
There are also races for the kids to help them to keep fit and help them to keep their minds focused.
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(02-25-2024, 05:10 PM)Bham Wrote:  This is my first post. Hoping to enjoy this forum.

Welcome!
Take care,
Jesper

"I am become Death, the destroyer of bicycles." NJS
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Hi Meamoantonio, thank you sir.
I do mostly long distance road cycling early in the mornings.
Some days I do12km and some days I do 10km and this depends on the time when I hit the road. I like to complete riding before the sun rises because I have other commitments and I ride to keep fit.
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(03-01-2024, 08:32 PM)Bham Wrote:  Hi Meamoantonio, thank you sir.
I do mostly long distance road cycling early in the mornings.
Some days I do12km and some days I do 10km and this depends on the time when I hit the road. I like to complete riding before the sun rises because I have other commitments and I ride to keep fit.

Awesome stuff!
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Welcome, Bham. Jealous that you get to ride on and train in the mountains. I spent a lot of time in Boston and sadly didn't have many hills either. Fortunately experienced some mountains while riding in Colombia and Ecuador. Sadly, I haven't gotten a chance to ride in Guyana. Does it get very humid or how are the seasons?


(03-01-2024, 07:47 PM)Bham Wrote:  Zviedrs,thank u very much.
Cycling life in Guyana is good because there are lots of road races for male s and females riding 120km and 50km and lots more. The 120km has a lot of
mountain climbs but I am not a competitive rider. I ride for fitness because of my age.
There are also races for the kids to help them to keep fit and help them to keep their minds focused.
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