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Boazf
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cycling on weekends

Post by Boazf » Tue, 28 Oct 2008 1:33 am

Hi everybody
I am 43 m expat in Singapore for a year
looking for cross country cycling partners for weekends
30-50 km at around 20 kmh is my ability
anyone interested?
Boaz

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Re: cycling on weekends

Post by casper153 » Thu, 30 Oct 2008 1:32 pm

Boazf wrote:Hi everybody
I am 43 m expat in Singapore for a year
looking for cross country cycling partners for weekends
30-50 km at around 20 kmh is my ability
anyone interested?
Boaz
I love cycling but dun own a bike. Not sure how far is 30km. I only go for the occasional cycling outings to east coast and rent bikes from there.

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cycling on week ends

Post by johnedwin » Mon, 03 Nov 2008 11:27 pm

Cycling is the best exercise for our halth.Several years later, I'm cycling for a trip in week ends. However, I was doing physical work during the day and taking long hikes on weekends and, when I went on caving trips, I had no trouble with keeping up with the others, so I felt I was in good physical shape.
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Post by porridge0000 » Wed, 05 Nov 2008 1:36 pm

Same like Casper... I only into occasional cycling. But went cycling from Singapore to Thailand before... Took 3-5 days with stop available of course. Was kinda of fun... but that was several years before...

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