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    WOW! When did dolls get so expensive? Went to toys r us and she wanted a baby Annabell learn to walk doll. £35.00. She did want a chucky doll but her mum said "NO". Of course i got myself a model when i was there. I got a Titanic with led lights, and it has all the rigging too. looks a nice kit. We went to nandos instead of McDonalds. I really like Nandos. Their jerk sauce is amazing and i picked up a couple of jars. We went for a swim but i did not do much as the pool was packed! I hate it when it is so busy. Kids are just splashing about and they had the wave machine on. When i was in Toys R Us i have been toying with the idea of getting a bike. So i had a look and i saw one i liked but Maxine is against it as the roads here are not so good and with my hallucination (the reason i gave up driving) I could have a serious accident. What is your opinion on me getting a bike?

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    Guardian of the North and kipper holder Angie's Avatar
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    How about you put off getting a bike for now and wait until you have spoken to your specialist about it and see what they suggest.

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    Id rather get a bike than a mobility scooter. Although the scooter would be safer.

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    Wouldn't cycling hurt your knee?
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    I dont know paula. SO far it has only been Swimming but you can get electric bikes now.

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    I would say it's the movement that causes the problem when cycling, not so much the force - where knees are concerned anyway. And you still have the movement of the pedals to contend with on electric bikes
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    I hired an electric bike in Aran earlier this summer. They are much heavier than a normal bike and they take a bit of getting used to. Also when I told my physio that I had hired a bike she was shocked. She told me it was okay for my knees but if I had hurt myself when I fell off, I could have done some serious damage to my back.
    Think carefully about purchasing an electric bike Purple, they cost a lot of money and I'm not sure what their charging time is like.

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    I'd urge caution too. I know the roads where you are and they are not for the faint hearted! That one way system is a bugger! Really love, a scooter would be a safer and better for long term option too. You can get some really cool ones and then you can pimp your ride


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