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Bikerubbish 04-06-13 04:21 AM

A present for my wife
 
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curly666 04-06-13 05:00 AM

Very nice :thumb:

RickBlane 04-07-13 10:47 PM

Very Very Nice




http://thefrugalhamstercyclist.blogspot.com/

no1mad 04-08-13 01:29 AM

I hope for your sake that she picked it out and you just paid for it...

Juha 04-08-13 01:30 AM

^^This. :D

cplager 04-08-13 05:37 AM

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Originally Posted by Bikerubbish (Post 15476421)

Very nice! What did she say? (That's my polite way of agreeing with the two posters ahead of me. :) )

Bikerubbish 04-10-13 05:11 AM

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She highly approves and hasn't driven since she got it 4 days ago :)

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Her first load

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werwer2012 04-10-13 05:25 AM

I should get a bike like that for my wife to go shopping.

sjt78 04-10-13 06:05 AM

Very nice. Home built or stock with a few changes?

cplager 04-10-13 06:24 AM

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Originally Posted by Bikerubbish (Post 15492735)
She highly approves and hasn't driven since she got it 4 days ago :)

http://bikeforums.net/attachment.php...hmentid=309710



Her first load

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I love the smile on her face. You did well, sir. You did well. :D

ka0use 04-10-13 08:58 AM

the boots go well, and a girl does have to accessorise.

and hold on here- couldn't she buy any healthy food? MEAT (grrrrr),
more MEAT, frosted flakes, cap'n crunch, high fat milk, frozen pizzas,
you know- the good stuff.

Bikerubbish 04-10-13 10:31 AM

It's a bionx powered xtracycle edgerunner

cplager 04-10-13 11:21 AM

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Originally Posted by Bikerubbish (Post 15493906)
It's a bionx powered xtracycle edgerunner

Ahhh.... I missed the Bionx battery the first time.

And I agree about needin' mor' Cap'n Crunch. :)

ka0use 04-11-13 02:14 PM

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Originally Posted by cplager (Post 15494139)
Ahhh.... I missed the Bionx battery the first time.

And I agree about needin' mor' Cap'n Crunch. :)

and i 'fess up- the nanners ain't too bad on cap'n crunch.
and fer a newb on this yer forum....ya done good!

hotbike 04-11-13 05:22 PM

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Originally Posted by Bikerubbish (Post 15492735)
She highly approves and hasn't driven since she got it 4 days ago :)

http://bikeforums.net/attachment.php...hmentid=309710



Her first load

http://bikeforums.net/attachment.php...hmentid=309711

And you can get a load of produce like that for what it costs to fill up one gas tank!

kiltedcelt 04-18-13 01:32 PM

^^ +1

I tend to do this myself - ie. measure the value of cycling trips be it to work or to the grocery store based on how much gas was saved. Congrats on your new Edgerunner. I noticed that electric-assist battery under the rear deck, immediately. That bike is going to be a beast for hauling all kinds of stuff. Your wife looks ecstatic, as she should be. Great bike!

noglider 05-08-13 02:48 PM

Bikerubbish, you are a very lucky man.

Bikerubbish 05-10-13 04:44 AM

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Cruisin home from work

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marych 05-24-13 05:09 AM

Edgrunner
 
Is your wife still enjoying her Edgerunner? I'm (impatiently) waiting for mine to arrive from ebikes.ca. How does it ride? Where did you get yours?


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