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    Thinking its time for a new bike

    I wanna sell my Langster and get something else, but i cant decide what i wanna get. I really like the Cannondale Capo's and also the Volume Cutter along with some others that i cant think of off the top of my head.

    You guys have any suggestions for a new bike? Thanks

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    oh yea...and how much should i ask for my langster. Pretty much all stock, great condition...? Thanks in advance

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    I would personally get the Capo if it is in your budget.

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    yea i would probably have to find one used...900 is a little out of my range right now but it all depends on how much i can sell my langster for

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    why do you want to get rid of a perfectly good bike?

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    And how could you compare a Capo and a Volume Cutter?

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    Steel is real. Aluminum is foolnuminum
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vern View Post
    why do you want to get rid of a perfectly good bike?
    ...because he wants something else.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dcraver View Post
    And how could you compare a Capo and a Volume Cutter?
    i don't think by stating that he likes both bikes that's a comparison....

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    you could probably fetch @ least $400 for your langster if it's in good shape

    what kind of riding do you want to do? that will help narrow down the suggestions

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    that's silly, especially if he doesn't have the funds to afford a new bike now.

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    adamantium is real

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    doublethink.

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    wood is good


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    Quote Originally Posted by cobrabyte View Post
    you could probably fetch @ least $400 for your langster if it's in good shape

    what kind of riding do you want to do? that will help narrow down the suggestions
    mostly street/commute riding, im usually not to hard on my bikes

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    I would suggest searching ebay (and ebay UK) for framesets or complete bikes & pull the trigger on the one you must have. I had a Windsor Hour as a refresher bike, then got the one I needed on ebay UK via the londonfgss ebay/cl thread.
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    the moral of the story: riding brakeless saves lives.

    i am serious.

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    yea i tried looking on ebay but had no luck with the cannondale....it seems to be pretty hard to come by

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    get a soma rush. thats my number 1 choice for an all-around street bike. i love my lemond fillmore, but its a 2004 model and they make them differently now. i'm wanting a soma next.

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    Alien all the way.

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    buying a capo tmw!!!!!

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