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    Nice, but don't ride high. Always a good idea, but especially with that bike. Get so interested in all the colors colors colors that you get the stares and forget to watch where you're going.

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    Quote Originally Posted by huskerdont View Post
    nice, but don't ride high. Always a good idea, but especially with that bike. Get so interested in all the colors colors colors that you get the stares and forget to watch where you're going.
    ftfy

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    I thought I would try out the idea of arm coolers this summer. Being the cheapskate I am, I found some manufactured in a low-wage, foreign language country.
    I must say that the $12 for 4 pair will be a bargain even if the arm coolers don't work...purely for the entertainment value of the packaging:
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    apparently you're supposed to find someone of the opposite sex to stick their arm in it with you. you should ask people on the trail if they're up for that.

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    Aw, I want to climb the morning run.

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    My latest bike gear purchase was Gonex Wind Cross helmet. I accidently ran by an article bestadviser.net/reviews/mountain-bikes-reviews/top-mountain-bikes-helmets-and-clothing-review/ and decided to try it. I never could say that I was fully satisfied with my previous helmets, cause one was simply not comfortable after half an hour, another I used to tighten again and again cause it was getting loose all the time, but with this one I'm pretty happy, finally

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    Ready for Freezing Saddles 2019 thanks to the REI Fourth of July sale and my annual dividend!

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    Default My latest bike purchase

    Greetings, dear reader! Today I'll tell you about the mountain bike brand "Trinx" M026H. But first a few words about the company "Trinx". So, the company "Trinx" is located in China, in the city of Guangzhou. The company has been manufacturing bicycles for just over 20 years. Ten years ago they redirected their production capacity to the entry-level MTB. Well, they made the right choice.

    The Trinx M026H mountain bike is something between the Ashan-bike (breadboard-bike) and a full-fledged entry-level mountain bike. This model has a good and competently balanced equipment.

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    The RadWagon has arrived. This is the heaviest, clumsiest bike Iíve ever ridden and the first bike to truly put an idiot grin on my face at the first stroke of the pedals.


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    Quote Originally Posted by TwoWheelsDC View Post
    The RadWagon has arrived. This is the heaviest, clumsiest bike Iíve ever ridden and the first bike to truly put an idiot grin on my face at the first stroke of the pedals.

    Needs some pegs so Iíll be more comfortable on the back. I love the color.


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