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1989Pre 02-14-14 02:28 PM

Gunnar Sport--- Sport/Touring.

Nightshade 02-15-14 12:58 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by WickedOne513 (Post 16419674)
What classification of bike would you own if you could only own one kind?

Any bike with fat tires i.e. Cruisers & Surly Pugsley's & moutain bikes.

scububa 02-15-14 01:05 PM

My pick is a titanium classic geometry road bike
I have one that I upgraded to DuraAce
I have never once gotten off after a ride without thinking, Man I love this ride

cannondale125 02-15-14 01:08 PM

Cannondale Evo for me!! )

Ghost Ryder 02-17-14 02:43 AM

CX/cyclocross.
The more commuter friendly variants.
I used to use my Kona JTS, but the gearing was CX, & not much fun spinning on decents.
Since I bought my Opus with disc brakes,a compact crankset, & clearance for wide tires, this bike is made for my needs.
I like having the option tomuse different hand positions with dropbars too.
Now my JTS is my pit bike.

I'm not right right person to respond to this...
I have a bike for every discipline, & they all serve a different purpose for me.
:lol:

Roody 02-17-14 07:02 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Ghost Ryder (Post 16501958)
I'm not right right person to respond to this...
I have a bike for every discipline, & they all serve a different purpose for me.
:lol:

That's what does make you the right person to respond, IMO. You have experience with different types of bikes, so you can make a good comparison.

jdswitters 02-18-14 03:48 PM

out of the 7 I own it would be the Fargo.

Most of my day to day commuting and errands are done on a 5spd torker graduate, but that isn't fun in the wind, on long rides or in snow.


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