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Old 03-20-18, 08:24 PM
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Originally Posted by Senior Ryder 00 View Post
These ratty, but very functional oldies are an exceptionally good choice for townies, commuters, beaters, etc. Less chance of getting stolen.

My personal choice is an old, rigid MTB based ones built as a 1X. They take up a little less space and tend to be easier to step over.


Thanks! I totally agree. Although in Seattle I need more gears! I have a triple on several of my old cheap bikes, with a 26/38/42 combination. They may not be fast but it’s easy to get up the hills.
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