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Posts by George Brautigam

About George

Being born and raised in Holland, George is known for his Dutch 'directness'. He's also a keen cyclist who commutes between work and home on the bicycle, weather permitting, and does leasure rides in the weekends. On his travels on the bike he encounters a variety of situations, some funny, some unpleasant and some outright dangerous.

Cycling literally saved the author's life after a stroke at 59.

From a stroke, to peak fitness in my 60s

How I cycled my way back to health and peak fitness in my 60s.

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Over 1 year ago
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Derek, about 2 months ago:
I am great
George, about 2 months ago:
What's up Thomas?
George, about 2 months ago:
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Thomas, about 2 months ago:
Hello
Thomas, 3 months ago:
Great!
DJC, 3 months ago:
Groovy!
George, 3 months ago:
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