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How biking almost turned me into a middle-aged hipster (Or how biking changed my life)

The Bridgestone Radac road bike as photographed by Bernard Testa, who is also the bike's proud owner.

The Bridgestone Radac road bike as photographed by Bernard Testa, who is now its proud owner.

When they turn forty, most men buy sportscars and/or take a more than passing interest in younger women.

But not me.

I had no such cash for the first and no such luck with the second.

After all, money—minus rent, books, and beer (in that order of importance)—was tighter than rush hour traffic on EDSA. [See: More]

From the Grammar Nazi Dept. Edited the third sentence to read “no such luck with the second” from “no such luck for the second.”

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