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    Comic relief


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    reminds me of a pug (the k9)

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    Aside from the aluminum frame....what am I missing?
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    Quote Originally Posted by miamijim View Post
    Aside from the aluminum frame....what am I missing?
    +1

    Where is the wackiness?

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    #1: Steel frame
    #2: 27x1.25" wheelset
    #3: Handlebar stem

    Otherwise, I'm stumped.

    -Kurt

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    It's the whole drop-handlebars-that-can't-be-ridden-in-the-drops syndrome taken to the comic level - check out the position of the brake levers and see what I mean

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    that is 'west coast' style. Deore is what has me curious
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    Not C&V, but this one tickled me. I wonder if the seat position had anything to do with the referred-to injury.
    The search for inner peace continues...

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    Comic Relief

    It was the "ready to ride" comment that got me.......Ready for who? or what?

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