Hello, I'm a bit new on here, i hope this is the right place to ask this question (if not i'll yahoo for another forum). I have not long retired and I'm thinking about getting back on my bike. I'm quite fit, as I play squash with a friend once a week, and have done for ages so I don't think that will be a problem. I haven't ridden a bike for about 20 years but I'm sure I'll manage. My first question (I'm sure it will be the first of many) is: I have an old bike in the shed. I got it new in the 80s and I think it cost about £200 then. It's a racing bike, or at least it has dropped handlebars with tape. It's not rusty and the paintwork is still quite nice so I might keep with it, as I remember it was nice to ride before. So, any thoughts on how to get it road worthy? I think new tyres are in order but other than that is there anything else I need to do?