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Askel 07-17-08 04:43 AM

Why Xmart bikes are awesome
 
Taken from an actual flyer I received in the mail.

http://www.feep.org/gallery/albums/r...0096.sized.jpg

:D

Neil_B 07-17-08 05:25 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Askel (Post 7076877)
Taken from an actual flyer I received in the mail.

http://www.feep.org/gallery/albums/r...0096.sized.jpg

:D

I can't make out the image very well on my monitor, but the 26 inch hybrid bike might be a workable ride. I know Walmart has a 220 dollar Schwinn that appears to be an OK low-end bike.

chrism32205 07-17-08 05:33 AM

Does that trailer say, rideable tow behind bike trainer??

dipy911 07-17-08 05:52 AM

Not even xmart. ShopKo.

*Bikes, bike trainers, helmets, scooters, skateboards, & skates not available at all stores. Please call store to confirm. For phone number/and address of your nearest ShopKo Call 1-800 653-5993 or visit www.ShopKo.com

NobylSpoon 07-17-08 06:16 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by The Historian (Post 7076973)
I can't make out the image very well on my monitor, but the 26 inch hybrid bike might be a workable ride. I know Walmart has a 220 dollar Schwinn that appears to be an OK low-end bike.

Yup its the Varsity. I picked one up last week and I have been quite happy with the purchase.

Big Scott 07-17-08 07:50 AM

You guys are missing the point... the fork is on backwards on the green bike. This is not this first time an ad like this has been put out to the masses and I doubt it will be the last...

-Scott

Big Biker 07-17-08 07:56 AM

love those backwards forks... helps the brakes work lol.

NobylSpoon 07-17-08 07:59 AM

Thats just another reason why I assembled my Walmart Varisty myself.


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