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Originally Posted by IcySmooth52 View Post
Sorry, I was using that noun as its first definition in the dictionary: A horse, especially a high-spirited one. ("Steed")

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"Steed." Merriam-Webster's Collegiate Dictionary. 11th Ed. 2003. Print.
Yes, but steed (steda, stallion, stud) generally refers to a male. Were your bikes born male and just feel like females? I mean that's cool, it's 2015 and stuff.
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