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Old 12-06-11, 01:19 PM
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surfer777
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Yes getting caught in the rain won't cause any damage to that bike so long as you take proper care of it. Mostly common sense, dry it off when you get home, etc. All the stuff you would do to anything else made of metal that gets wet haha. As far as theft...would you be able to lock it up inside wherever you commute to maybe? Theft will always be an issue when commuting. I ride an old Schwinn to class every day so the concern isn't as big but the threat is still there. I think as long as you have a beefy lock you won't have any problems. If I were to steal a bike, I wouldn't go for the bike with the most secure and difficult to get through lock. I would go for the vulnerable bikes. So just make it a pain to steal haha!
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