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Old 08-31-05, 02:54 AM   #1
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Howdy Folks!!

I am soon gonna be 54 but act like 18 sumtymes!!! Went out the other day and bought me a $100 cheepie Mongoose mountain bike. It rides very well. Havn't went on any trails yet. It has 21 speeds sticker on downtube of bike, but theres only 18!! Ha! Ha! Anyways its fun to run the streets with it. Kinda addicting. Cheap thrills done dirt cheap!! Ride On!! Popeye!!!
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Old 08-31-05, 12:26 PM   #2
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Resist the temptation and give up now, before the 18/21 speeds turn into 27/30, the bikes that rides well now, gets a bit heavy, those hills get a bit too steep, and you have to go cap in hand to the bank manager for a loan on the latest Full suspension, costalot 15lb feather.

Well done for joining us, but be warned, this sport can severely damage your wallet.
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