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Thread: Do you bike?

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    I think I'm probably best sticking with a hybrid though, I need to rope people into cycling with me though as I'd never do it alone, I'm sure I could find someone though...

    I'm considering signing up for a pedal for Scotland cycle in September going from Glasgow to Edinburgh for a bit of motivation to get into it..

    I have a 10 mile run the day before in military gear though with a 35kg backpack, so unsure how **** I'll feel after that..

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    I like the feeling of freedom when you bike. Unfortunately I don't bike very often, not much free time
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    Quote Originally Posted by scottish View Post
    I think I'm probably best sticking with a hybrid though, I need to rope people into cycling with me though as I'd never do it alone, I'm sure I could find someone though...

    I'm considering signing up for a pedal for Scotland cycle in September going from Glasgow to Edinburgh for a bit of motivation to get into it..

    I have a 10 mile run the day before in military gear though with a 35kg backpack, so unsure how **** I'll feel after that..
    What do you think about motorcycle backpacks? I'm planning to get one after reading this article on Yourmotobro. I know that those have lesser capacity than simple travel backpack. But the thing is that I prefer to mix riding with hiking in areas , that's why I need a backpack suitable both for bike and walking. Any opinions?

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