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Old 2000-01-19, 01:50 AM   #1
Christopher Schneidau
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Anybody out there use a stationary bike? How long shoud a person ride at a time?
I ride approx. 20-25 minutes at a time after a 2 mile walk.....

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Old 2000-01-19, 04:47 PM   #2
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RE: stationary bikes

[color=blue]> Anybody out there use a stationary bike? How long shoud a person ride at a[/color]
[color=blue]> time? I ride approx. 20-25 minutes at a time after a 2 mile walk.....[/color]

Ever notice how a lot of stationary bikes only have one wheel?

But seriously. Age, weight, physical condition?

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