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    MoJo Neophyte smezayek's Avatar
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    New road biker

    Hi my name is Sharif and I am new to bikemojo, I just bought a new road bike, my first. I don't know a lot about a road bikes. I live in Georgetown and would like to find a group close to Georgetown to ride with and learn. if there are any groups out there please let me know, if not let form a group. Any help would be appreciated.

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    MoJo Bishop elarsen's Avatar
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    Central Texas Powersports have rides every sat and sunday morning. From beginner rides to way long and fast rides. Give Paul a call over there and they can line you up. 512-948-9922

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    MoJo Neophyte smezayek's Avatar
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    Thanks for the info

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    Quote Originally Posted by elarsen View Post
    Central Texas Powersports have rides every sat and sunday morning. From beginner rides to way long and fast rides. Give Paul a call over there and they can line you up. 512-948-9922
    What he said.


    There are a few of us up north that ride moutnain bikes as well as road bikes. I'll shoot you a private message the next time that we do a road ride.

    In the meantime, check out the Red Poppy Ride website. Download the maps and you will have multiple routes/distances to choose from and the site will tell you when the next Red Poppy Ride is scheduled.
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