Cycling - hints, tips and routes

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  1. Xiphos

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    I'v ran that, bottom of Atlantic St Alti theres a little car park that you go through and your on it, great run through Lymm outskirts and ended up at Latchford Locks near Warrington
     
  2. Tricky Dickys Right Foot Shot

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    Didn't do much for Lance Armstrong
     
  3. hilts

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    ****s
     
  4. remember arthur mann

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  5. Dave Ewing's Back 'eader

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    I spotted a new jersey for Mrs Ewing yesterday and asked her what size did she think they went upto. 4XL, she said. No, I said, 8XL. This guy might just be wearing the last size they make.
     
  6. Xiphos

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    You'r supposed to be lean and ripped if you cycle hard, WTF happened there?
     
  7. hilts

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    Must be water retention
     
  8. Xiphos

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    That's what a fat bird told me in the Cyprus Tavern one night
     
  9. discopop

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    He's obviously not cycling hard, or medium but the lad is out on a bike and wearing pink so fair fucks.

    As for a cyclist being ripped, mainly legs and core but most like me have pipe cleaner arms and that's about it.
     
  10. Xiphos

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    I'v taken it up in last 4 months, lost nearly a stone!
     

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