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Always a Road Beginner?

ilm_zero7ilm_zero7 Posts: 2,213
edited August 2010 in Road beginners
Compared to the many seasons wheelers on this forum I consider myself a beginner still - Only 2 years since returning to Cycling after a 10 year break - when is it time to move on and should the Forum have a next level - a bit like Green L plates for newly qualified drivers?
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Wiliers: Cento Uno/Superleggera R and Zero 7. Bianchi Infinito CV and Oltre XR2

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  • pottsstevepottssteve Posts: 4,069
    Never. "The man who thinks he knows everything still has a lot to learn...."
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  • SoniSoni Posts: 1,217
    Compared to the many seasons wheelers on this forum I consider myself a beginner still - Only 2 years since returning to Cycling after a 10 year break - when is it time to move on and should the Forum have a next level - a bit like Green L plates for newly qualified drivers?

    Mate thats one nice bike you have, that black bar tape is both practical and really suits that bike! :D
  • Buckled_RimsBuckled_Rims Posts: 1,648
    The most important lesson you need is how to bluff your way into letting others believe you are a wise old cyclist.
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