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Pretty good for little and no effort.....Schwinn Prelude and bigbox MTB.....

Old 11-22-14, 11:57 AM
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Pretty good for little and no effort.....Schwinn Prelude and bigbox MTB.....

I bought the Prelude unseen for $50 (delivered)......and a neighbor gave me the MTB.............good Saturday!

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Old 11-22-14, 02:35 PM
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Good catch on the Prelude , nice bike ! Sell the MTB to recoup your $50. Free road bike.
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Originally Posted by wrk101 View Post
+1 Anymore, I put bikes like the second one on consignment at an area shop. I go through them first, make sure everything works, and drop them off. I've sold several bikes that way this year that in prior years would have all gone to a thrift store.

Prelude is a WINNER!
Agree that the Prelude is definitely a good one! Also...great idea on the second bike...had not thought about that...
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Isn't this fun! Nice going.
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