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Old 11-22-16, 04:03 PM   #1
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Electra Townie 7d added to the fleet

I now am in possession of my 4th Electra Townie, this one a 7d with a step through frame.
I only own three currently - this adds to my 21d and 3i, had a prior 21d.

This is for my wife as she didn't like the coaster brakes if the 3i and also wanted a broader gear range. Hot pink with green rims was not her first choice, but for $250 on Craigslist it was too good to pass up. Plus it came with planet bike fenders, bottle cage, and a basket. Condition is like new. I'll update with comparisons to the two other bikes mentioned after some time in the saddle.

I will probably keep the 3i step through and it will be the "loaner bike".
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