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lesson #1: learn how to bike

step 0: get to know the parts of a bike
step 1: get a bike
step 2: learn how to balance.
step 3: have fun.
step 4: train.

after learning how to ride a road bike, and eventually train...

step 5: save up for a triathlon bike


  1. nice bike amo bili na tayo.. hehehehe

  2. Good luck, Basti! :-)

    Hey, I remember what you said about my brick training. Sabi mo hindi ako stick to one sa running. :-P Ikaw din ah! May diabolical plan ka pala of not sticking to running. And tri pa! :-P

  3. Can't wait! Pagkatapos Swim na!

  4. sama ako sa bike window shopping! hahaha! :D

  5. I want a cervelooooooo! I want a biiiiiike!!! Manager, bilan mo ako !

  6. Manager,sama ako haha. Naks Cervelo talaga no? :P

  7. alright!!! go Timmy!!


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