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Old 07-15-12, 13:47
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Hi Susan and others, have been enjoying the forums for about a year. Noticed that a red light was showing - I have invisible status - does it mean I'm on a ban?
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Old 07-15-12, 13:48
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As long as you can post, you are not banned.

Personally, I have never figured out those little lights...... don't worry about them.

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Old 07-15-12, 15:54
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As long as you can post, you are not banned.

Personally, I have never figured out those little lights...... don't worry about them.

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Thanks, maybe it has to do with the ignore feature, like 3 ignores and your invisible, lol ? Its ok, hit me with it, I'm not taking it too serious, just curious mainly.
Thanks for your Tour coverage with Mark btw, excellent.
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Old 07-15-12, 16:43
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Thank you, and as I said, I have absolutely no idea what it means.

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Old 07-28-12, 06:30
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Hello everybody. Been a bit of a lurker for a while and have finally decided to join up and maybe throw in the odd post now and then.

I'm a massive sports fan but have only been getting into cycling in more recent years and really into it in the last 12/18 months or so. Admittedly I don't know a whole lot, so am fully expecting to be laughed at on the odd occasion I put forth my opinion! lol

I have long term ambitions to head over to Europe to see some cycling, but strangley enough, the priority it to head to the Tour de Suisse!!!

Looking forward to seeing you all in the threads.
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Old 12-06-12, 14:10
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Hello everyone,
I've been following this forum for about a year and a half (2011 Giro IIRC), I always enjoy reading the discussions, and only now that finally decide to join it.
I've always been interested in following pro cycling since I was a kid, but I come from a part of the world where people and the media don't talk about pro-cycling, so I've learned most of the things from this forum lurking, I hope I can learn more by joining
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Old 12-06-12, 15:34
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Welcome, and enjoy!

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Old 12-10-12, 22:36
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Hello everyone,
I've been following this forum for about a year and a half (2011 Giro IIRC), I always enjoy reading the discussions, and only now that finally decide to join it.
I've always been interested in following pro cycling since I was a kid, but I come from a part of the world where people and the media don't talk about pro-cycling, so I've learned most of the things from this forum lurking, I hope I can learn more by joining
Hi,

And welcome. Don't feel afraid to post (even if you think it is a stupid post, we all do it). Most of the guys on here will help you when they can. Just be cool and honest and you will get along fine with........erm...maybe 66% on here
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Old 12-11-12, 12:36
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but I come from a part of the world where people and the media don't talk about pro-cycling,
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England?
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Old 12-17-12, 09:15
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Hi,

And welcome. Don't feel afraid to post (even if you think it is a stupid post, we all do it). Most of the guys on here will help you when they can. Just be cool and honest and you will get along fine with........erm...maybe 66% on here
OK, thanks. 66% will be good enough, I think

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England?
Seriously? I've only been in England for two days, and it's pre-Wiggo, so I can't tell.... But I imagine it's a part of the cyling world, at least a silent part. Meanwhile, I'm from Indonesia, which is certainly not.
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