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Old 08-01-08, 10:07 PM   #1
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wanted: bike to rent or borrow

I know this is a long shot, but at least worth a try. I will be in San Antonio Sunday thru Wednesday (Aug 3 - 6th). I will be staying at 4320 SPECTRUM ONE , SAN ANTONIO TX 78230 . This is the Staybridge off of McDermott FWY (10). I would really like to find a bike to ride after work around the city. I am not picky, an old 3 speed would be fine with me. I will bring a lock, and do not plan to get it stolen. I am willing to drop a 20 for someone? I can pick it up on Sunday evening, and return it any night or Wednesday. I fly out around noon. I would prefer something close since I am a tool when it come to SA navigation. Otherwise - can someone recommend some bike shops that might set me up with an old clunker?

Thanks, rod in Nebraska.

I will be working at Life Re Insurance doing some computer geek stuff related to general ledger feeds and EDI communication.
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Old 08-02-08, 11:04 PM   #2
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Hey Rod,

I noticed you're not getting any takers. Just a suggestion - up your refundable deposit to a couple of hundred bucks and I'll bet you get a bike. Well, maybe too late now.
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