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Old 01-28-02, 07:35 PM
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Link to sweetest bike I've ever seen!

You have to check this out!
https://cgi.ebay.com/aw-cgi/eBayISAPI...tem=1801452684

I have never seen a bike so dang smooth before!
Check out the seat height! and that finish! WOW!

I'm going to send back my STA and pick this baby up for sure!
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$10, not bad!
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Imagine doing tricks on that thing!!!!

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LOL! What a joke!
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That looks like a Phillipino bike.

They sell them as 'adult bicycles' over there.

See that strip under the satchel carrier ?
I think that's the rear brake.
It's a piece of rubber - you shove your foot on it to stop the bike.
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Originally posted by john999
That looks like a Phillipino bike.

They sell them as 'adult bicycles' over there.

See that strip under the satchel carrier ?
I think that's the rear brake.
It's a piece of rubber - you shove your foot on it to stop the bike.
The worrying thing is I've seen kids using the sole of their trainer on a wheel instead of a brake....

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