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Another good lesson today, the two hours flew by. Slow riding, slaloms, and preparation for going out on the road, which I hope to do at the end of my next lesson. It was absolutely peeing down with rain last night but fortunately it cleared up for my lesson - it wouldn't have been much fun in that amount of rain.

I'm now nagging my husband to look for a bike for me. I would no more know what to look for in a bike than he would know what to look for in a horse, so it will have to be him that does it.

Tip of the day: - if you have to go to work after riding a bike, dry shampoo works wonders on helmet hair.

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There's a place in Connah's Quay where we got our son's first bike from, a garage/breaker's/dealer's, if I can plan my round today properly I'm going to pop in between calls........

then beloved hubby can go and have an informed look and stop me buying something that is going to fall apart after the first 100 miles.

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Don't buy chinese =D
. My first geared bike was an AJS Regal Raptor. A good little workhorse and I'll be sorry to see her go. Ive got an ER5 now. Don't knock them. I commuted through Central London in all weathers on my Chinese bike. No trouble
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