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Old 09-24-10, 09:08 AM   #1
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cool accessories for YOUR ride

http://www.dealextreme.com/products.dx/category.823
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Old 09-24-10, 05:25 PM   #2
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i think THIS is the best accessory for your bicycle

http://www.ahearnecycles.com/pages/flaskholster.html
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90% pure junk!
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90% pure junk!
Junk, yes. Useful, yes.

I have been wanting to get more mounting kits for one of my headlights to use on multiple bikes. Now I can.
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Old 09-25-10, 02:13 AM   #5
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When it's cool enough to have to wear long pants, I use the velcroed elastic band that came with my Planet Bike Super Flash taillight. This is the epitome of coolth. Too bad you have to buy another blinkie if you need a replacement.
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After viewing Trx1's previous posts, I'm surprised a Mod hasn't 86ed this spammer. He had a long history of hawking stuff in here.

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After viewing Trx1's previous posts, I'm surprised a Mod hasn't 86ed this spammer. He had a long history of hawking stuff in here.

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Enough of the constant DX shilling.
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Sometimes many of us are in the mood for Spam. Why? Just a mood, I suppose.

Why don't the rest of you post up something you've come across and found amusing or interesting?
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Sometimes many of us are in the mood for Spam. Why? Just a mood, I suppose.

Why don't the rest of you post up something you've come across and found amusing or interesting?
Once, or in thread after thread like the OP does?
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Once, or in thread after thread like the OP does?
Repetition gets a little tiring. After a few, I would say that a moderator ought to start deleting their threads. I agree.

But I've seen forums where they never allow anyone to post some interesting product or service they've found someplace. I think that's cheating the members of good info. Just a balance is all.
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Repetition gets a little tiring. After a few, I would say that a moderator ought to start deleting their threads. I agree.

But I've seen forums where they never allow anyone to post some interesting product or service they've found someplace. I think that's cheating the members of good info. Just a balance is all.
I don't think anyone is against an on topic, non-preaching heads up. I know that I certainly appreciate one. Sadly that's not what the OP does.
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well, since my life has NOTHING going on, i thought you may like this....guess i was wrong!
i see this forum is too "professionaly prim and proper" 4 me
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Well, trx1, how about telling us what you have actually purchased and installed on your own bike, and how it's working out for you. Tell us about your rides and your experiences.
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well, since my life has NOTHING going on, i thought you may like this....guess i was wrong!
i see this forum is too "professionaly prim and proper" 4 me
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