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N-3 Isn't So Bad

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Old 05-01-12, 06:22 PM
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N-3 Isn't So Bad

I just sold bike number three for the year today. I've decided that I don't really want to keep up with a big stable of bicycles again. I'm down to a 2009 Giant Seek 2, a highly modified 1987 Schwinn Cimarron (that sets under a drop cloth and doesn't get ridden), a Frankenbike built on a Nashbar mountain frame and a 1995 Trek 970 that I got for free and is in pieces and in great need of repair.

I only ride two of the three bikes that are complete but I wouldn't mind having a third in the rotation. I may build the Trek up as a commuter and if I do it will bike number three to ride and that will be it. If I don't build it I'll give the frame away and maybe buy a Kona Ute one day as the third bike in the rotation.

Today I sold a 1995 Trek 930 to a guy I work with. A few weeks ago I sold a 2011 Kona Dr. Good to a lady I work with for her son's birthday. And, before that I sold a Dahon folder. N-3 really isn't so bad (so far).
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Old 05-01-12, 06:39 PM
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I'm at N-2, with two bikes in disassembly to build up a 3rd. I'm selling off the parts.
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