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Old August 12th 08, 03:40 PM posted to uk.rec.cycling
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On Aug 12, 3:32*pm, "Clive George" wrote:
"Peter Clinch" wrote in message

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Just zis Guy, you know? wrote:
On Tue, 12 Aug 2008 14:12:22 +0100, Tom Crispin
said in
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A - Air is free, so pump your tyres to the optimum pressure to reduce
tyre wear and calorie use.


B - Bromptons go on buses and trains as well as roads and you can
take them into the security of the building with you, if you have a
Brompton you only need one bike.


C... hmmm. *Something to do with cycling and cycles that starts with a
'C'... *No, I give up!


D - Downhills. These are easier than uphills so you should try and arrange
your route to include as much as possible without the uphills. This may
require assistence from a certain Mr Escher.


E- Earning power. Cyclists take fewer sickies, get to work on time no
matter the weather, strikes or whatever.


And you ALWAYS get a seat.

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