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Old 12-24-17, 11:10 PM   #51
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I used to ride a BMX to school, it was four miles away. The lay-back seat and tall handlebars offered a sprung, upright riding position and it was generally good for plodding along with friends i'd meet along the way.

As we get older we learn to be more practical, and efficient, and lazy, but where's the fun in that..?
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I used to ride a BMX to school, it was four miles away. The lay-back seat and tall handlebars offered a sprung, upright riding position and it was generally good for plodding along with friends i'd meet along the way.

As we get older we learn to be more practical, and efficient, and lazy, but where's the fun in that..?
I did the BMX to school and work. Work was across town and I'd use the canal banks running through town as a shortcut. They were the best days of my life.
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Old 01-09-18, 12:16 PM   #53
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Me riding my 20" old school bmx in a long ride/commute. Tall seatpost and lights and it's okay for commuting. I'm 5'10" tall.

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