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Anybody have a Motobecane Jury? Can you measure BB drop?


Old 02-06-19, 11:06 AM
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Anybody have a Motobecane Jury? Can you measure BB drop?

Bikeisland doesn't know. Trying to find the right frame for my next big wheeled project.
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I had a jury that said we looked guilty but they couldn't find us guilty. Probably because the government was literally talking about poop and people filling SuperSoakers full of feces (which wouldn't work) and we just had to laugh because it was so dumb. You had the chief of police coming up to the stand and claiming people were in some poop battle with them and their one piece of evidence was a non-descript plastic bag on some asphalt which I could have taken outside my own house. They also tried to claim that with buildings on either side of us and cops both in front of and behind us we were blocking the streets...it was a mockery of court.

If you want an excellent frame head on down to your local Specialized dealer and get a Sequoia Pro Module. It would make a fun all road bike or even a cool big tire flat bar commuter.
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