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Old 10-31-09, 10:00 AM   #1
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Bridgestone SS




The Bridgestone SS in Japan. The crank's in the back and those are reeeeeeeealllyyyyy small wheels!
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Old 10-31-09, 10:07 AM   #2
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All I know is, I own a Bridgestone MB4 from the 80's. Aside from the addons, this bike is all original (Maybe even tires) and it kicks so much ass still that I never even ride my much newer FS MTB. I have nothing good to say about their engineering, design layout, and overall durability and ride. I bet it will be cool, and quick.
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Old 10-31-09, 10:26 AM   #3
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Yeah, a unique bike for sure - it's actually been around for awhile. The Japanese folding bike magazine I'm looking at has a photo of a couple that have been customized. One's a 9spd Capreo and the other's got a Nexus 8spd IGH.

How about this poor little abandoned guy I almost rode past on my ride yesterday?


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