I'm pretty much out of storage space, LOL. Is it worth anything?Dave, why not have both?
That is the kind of bike that I was originally looking for. Old, well cared for and inexpensive (now).
You should know by now it has nothing to do with need.I keep thinking about about a new one but do I really need it?
Maybe some trade value then.Probably at least $100 if it's in good condition. Maybe a bit more to the right buyer, due to age and apparent 10/10 condition.
? No I am a Lance. EPO is my favorite energy drink.are you a fred?
Damn Skippy I'd ride it. Provided the frame was large enoughWish I had the guts to ride this thing around my neighbourhood! Anyone else think this is cool? View attachment 19979
Hmmm, bike trying to tell you something??[QUOTE="Budda, - rear axle sheers on the first trail. 2km walk home.
I went for my first "real" ride of the season today with my 30 yr. old daughter, the racer who won her division in Vancouver last year, riding crits. I managed to drop her on a few hills but she tuned me in on the flats in a big way. 16C, sunny, windy from all directions (is that possible?), 36k, 1:18, a nice introduction to the season. Get out there!I did not expect this to hit four pages haha.
Those of you who already have "real spring" (not the teaser we're getting) how much have you been out?
By the sounds of things, I don't want to go climbing with you - you'll be waiting lots! Same with the musical exploits - my schpiel would be short, but there's probably some crossed paths in there.Well, it seems we'll have more to do than just have coffee and brag about our musical exploits when I come to Vancouver JULY 13 after the Penticton Fondo. A little blast to Horseshoe Bay, up Cypress? See you then.
Spruce it up.I am wearing a helmet no matter how ridiculous I look in it!