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You know you are getting old

Old 10-22-20, 02:58 PM
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Originally Posted by Oldguyonoldbike
You know you're old when you find the time to read six pages of a disc vs. rim brakes thread.
LOL that was my post and I regret starting it! It was just meant to be an opinion on how old I am and how I prefer how rim brakes look on a bike over disc brakes. Didn't know it would turn into such a discussion.
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