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Goodbye my long friend.

Old 12-18-11, 02:46 PM
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Goodbye my long friend.

Early this year I built another longbike with I will post a pic of, I rode this bike daily and it has carried alot of weight and was beat hard, up untill the other day it broke, a silly pothole ripped my rear wheel out from dropouts, bending the back of the bike, I will fix it however I will give it a new home.

Because I've bought something new, I got a very good deal on a Radish. The timing was right i talked to a friend and he said to go where he worked theres one with a very good price, I wont buy Xtracycle stuff for what they want for it new, I think someone gets drunk and blerts out prices for them lol. However I love my new cargobike. it's not as big as the home made one but theres room for growing

Replacing this.


My new bike
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Old 12-19-11, 10:56 PM
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How does the radish feel to ride. By comparison, it looks like such a cruiser.
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Old 12-20-11, 05:57 PM
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The radish is a wonderfull ride, smooth and really comfy. it's a great bike
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