Hey

Discussion in 'Introductions' started by TxJeeper, Jun 17, 2009.

  1. TxJeeper

    TxJeeper Guest

    27
    0
    0
    Hello my name is Eric and I am a Jeepaholic ooops wrong forum. Actually we got an invite to this forum on our forums so I thought I would check it out. Like most people who like Jeeps I also like mountain biking. Unfortunately I have been out of it for almost 10 years so alot has changed but I am willing to listen to the guru's here and learn as much as I can. I recently ordered a Trek 3700 to start with it should actually be here tomorrow, but as I have always rode Trek's and I know they are very well built I figured I would start back with that and then progress from there. My wife and I are very into Jeepin and doing stuff outdoors. She is from California and I am from Texas so we both come from states that have alot to offer for the outdoorsy person. Well that is all for now but I will be posting again soon.
     
  2. Doc

    Doc Guest

    208
    0
    0
    Welcome to the board! Really glad to have you around eric and I look forward to seeing you around.
     

  3. TxJeeper

    TxJeeper Guest

    27
    0
    0
    So are any of the members located in Texas
     
  4. mike_g

    mike_g Guest

    12
    0
    0
    Hey man, welcome!
    I'm not from Texas....Nebraska.....pretty far off! However, I was reading around some of the other introduction threads and there seems to be quite a few members who reside in Texas. Lucky for you, you live in a state that has a lot to offer the outdoors man. Nebraska, not so much....harsh winters but that don't stop me from getting out there and riding!
     
  5. TxJeeper

    TxJeeper Guest

    27
    0
    0
    thats cool trust me in the middle of summer (not yet) I will be wishing for the cold. Right now it is 98 with 100% humidity and with the heat index it is 108. But yes Texas is the sportmens (and womens) paradise.
     
  6. Kelo

    Kelo Guest

    4
    0
    0
    Ahh the humidity is one thing that bothers the hell out of me about Texas. I used to live towards West Texas. Welcome though man!