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Old 08-02-08, 08:20 PM
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My 08 SixThreeZero Mammoth

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Crack a pint, spark a fattie, and cruise. Seriously cool.
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My 08 SixThreeZero Mammoth

Wow! Now THAT'S a Beast. You wont need a horn or a bell, they'll feel you comin'...clean looking ride. Nice lines. What a city single should look like. Low gearing, coaster brake, fluted fenders, wide grips, kick stand. Classic AND edgey. Love the flat color...it rules. Nice choice. Have fun for a lot of years.
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Thanx guys .

Wow! Now THAT'S a Beast.
Amazingly enough it is pretty light for what it is. Next time I pass a shop I'll have it weighed.
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thats awesome.
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