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Awesome news!
"Cycling reduces the risk of heart disease by 18%, lowers cancer incidence by 45%, and improves blood pressure and sleep."

Cyclists who ride an hour a day, have an 18% lower risk of all-cause mortality than non-cyclists. For those who ride an hour and a half or more, the benefit increases to 28%, according to a 2000 study in the Journal of the American Medical Association.

Cyclists have a 45% reduction in all cancer incidence as compared to non-cyclists, according to a 2012 study in the European Journal of Cardiovascular Prevention. Cycling also lowers the risk of colon cancer by 41% in men and 44% in women.

Cyclists have a 18% lower incidence of cardiovascular disease as compared to non-cyclists, according to a 2011 study in the European Journal of Cardiovascular Prevention.

High Health IQ men had 57% lower mortality than low Health IQ men and for women the difference was 56%.

I'm gonna be immortal!

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Check the saddle to bar drop on that old FSR. That may kill you;)
 

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Nope, it's at the perfect elevation to sit and spin for 6 hours uphill.
It also has an old-school $10 dropper. :)
Do you get to descend as well?
 

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Biking also makes your butt more round. Another plus.
hmm, what shape did your butt used to be? triangular? or some kind of parallelogram? a rhombus or trapezoid?
To be "more round" we have to assume that it was round to begin with.
It's like this; we couldn't of had rocky 2 without the original rocky.... right

PS, I like round butts (on the ladies). not talkin Badonkadonk.....but ya know, plus sizes are in right now
 
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