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Old 07-05-17, 07:47 AM   #26
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Originally Posted by HighValleyRanch View Post
only 23 lbs?!!!
That's quite impressive for a $100 bike.
My Boardwalk S1 is 4 pounds heavier (and almost 3 times more expensive);
and mine doesn't even have a water bottle holder!

This is definitely on my wish list!

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Old 07-05-17, 11:15 AM   #27
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It's a little heavier now that I have some 2.125 BMX tires on it and a rear rack.
It was 110.00 shipped from the big auction, but retails for anywhere from 250.00 up to 600.00 I've seen.
It has a 6061 aluminum frame, very well built with a super patent pending latch.
Nice 40.5" wheelbase and is admittedly more comfortable to ride than my Mercier mini velo.

Got a 3 speed sturmey archer wheel coming from UK for it. Only one I could find with 110 mm O.L.D. That will increase the weight some as well.
Keep your eye out on Ebxx, because the seller puts them on for 110.00 occasionally.
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