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    toy track bike

    http://www.eighthinch.com/mm5/mercha...gory_Code=Toys
    did i miss something? im sure someone has commented on this already...


    i quit life.
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    I have less money into one of my real bikes than what those cost.

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    That video just made me throw up in my mouth a little bit. Reminds me of the Tech deck things. I'm pretty sure there were bmx bikes too. Wasn't somebody just saying the FG "fad" is dying? Ha! it's only just begun! Toy fixed gears: for people who... screw it. The level of lameness escapes me.
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    My G.I. Joes are gonna love this!

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    Quote Originally Posted by frankenmike View Post
    my g.i. Joes are gonna love this!
    awesome!!!
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    And I can't help but lol at the "heavier-set" riders I see on the trails riding around on $5000 speed machines. Nothing funnier than someone paying $4000 to shave 5 lbs when they're packing an extra 50...

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    cubicle toy culture is a lot cooler now than it was when i worked in a cubicle.

    sorta makes me miss tech support...
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    Quote Originally Posted by pyroguy_3 View Post
    That video just made me throw up in my mouth a little bit. Reminds me of the Tech deck things. I'm pretty sure there were bmx bikes too. Wasn't somebody just saying the FG "fad" is dying? Ha! it's only just begun! Toy fixed gears: for people who... screw it. The level of lameness escapes me.
    This is a sign that the end is nigh. These stupid toys are always late to the party, hopefully hipsters will be moving on to something more ironic and less popular.

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