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Old 11-21-20, 05:31 PM
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Originally Posted by AeroGut View Post
Just make sure you put as much energy into selling as you are into buying, and there's a good chance you can make a few bucks. And with a lot of experience fixing stuff up, you can also make some money doing repairs for people, especially now that the pro bike shops are really backed up from covid.
you are right about that. My website has a bike repair price chart. I need to find a way to push that. Yesterday I was in Walmart and I went to the bike aisle and they were stocked up. People arenít going to go underground as much. Youíre right about bike shops being backed up. Thanks. I know what I need to focus on today. Was feeling lazy but now Iím motivated. Think Iím gonna finally go on that bike ride now. Cheers!
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