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  1. #1
    Upgrade-itis
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    weight gained, weight lost...

    My bike dropped a kg over the holidays while I gained two...

    anyone else have this dilemma?

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    Good thing

    Quote Originally Posted by kukusz
    My bike dropped a kg over the holidays while I gained two...

    anyone else have this dilemma?
    My friend and I once bought the same bike model. I kept whining about my bike weight and he just didn't get what I was talking about. Bike weight was 28lbs, my weight is 130lbs, his weight is 198lbs.

    Your gaining weight has absolutely made your bike more controllable and a lot lighter to you. You'll appreciate it. )

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    Agree!

    My bike dropped about 1/2 and I have put on 2! Stuffed ankle, unable to wear shoes and 2 week old baby doesnt help though

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    Wink Good news

    There is a number of lightweight bikes galleries in the web.

    But I've never seen a lightweight rider gallery.

    So no need to worry...

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