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Old 04-16-10, 09:45 AM   #1
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Bike Fairy

Now its my turn to be the bike fairy! I wished pretty hard and ended up with three Sears Tote-Cycles. I souped one up and have two stock ones left over. I'm giving the crappiest one to a young bike mechanic at my LBS on the condition he can't sell it or make it cooler than mine. I'll still probably eBay the good stock one and have a few bucks for chain lube or a water bottle. I plan to hand him the wing nuts and leave the two halves parked in the bike rack in front of the store.
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mmmm - drop bars, brifters, mmmm
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