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Old 01-03-12, 08:07 AM   #1
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Burley Canto

I'm still looking for my first bent bike and there is a Burley Caonto for sale near me, and wonder if this would be a good choice? It's a 03 0r 04 27 speed bike with the kit to change it from LWB to SWB......
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It is a great first recumbent, however Burley does not make recumbents anymore. They might still have parts if you need them. They did sell their patients to They are still using the same model names as well.
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