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    I couldn't car less. jeff williams's Avatar
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    My mtb has a 140mm axle, need to speak to a bike expert, prefer local. I have advanced questions concerning wide spaced rear tri and cogset size.

    I live in Victoria, B.C Canada.

    Thanks..
    >jef.

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    Not a senior! townandcountry's Avatar
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    These guys are very local for you, but try www.bikefriday.com. They make tandems, recumbents and folding bikes. Good luck.

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    Call or send an Email to Dennis Bushnell down in Auburn, Washington (just a little south of Seattle):

    Phone: 253-826-2233
    E-mail: bushcycles@aol.com

    I have known Dennis since '98 and have no qualms about recommending his services and tandems.
    You can read a little bit about Dennis here, but it is in no way representative of his breadth and depth of experience: http://www.sandsmachine.com/bp_bushn.htm

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    I couldn't car less. jeff williams's Avatar
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    Cool, thanks.
    >jef.

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    Veni, Vidi, Vomiti SteveE's Avatar
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    Rodriguez has been building custom tandems in the Seattle area for a long time. Don't hear too much about them lately.
    "Life's journey is not to arrive at the grave safely in a well preserved body, but rather to skid in sideways, totally worn out, shouting ...'holy *****...what a ride!'"

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