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Bike Watch


My old bike was run over by a minivan a couple of months ago (H8 u, minivans), so I got a new one. A beach cruiser, in fact. It's quite awesome. The old one was locked up for a while but a few days ago I decided to set it free. I leaned the rusty, bent and barely functional old Ross up against a street sign and waited for someone to take it.

It's still there!

Does nobody want this piece of crap which some might call a "fixer-upper"? It's the perfect "oh hey we're in a recession" summer cruiser to go along with that prohibition era mustache of yours! Let's see how long it holds out. I'm predicting Wednesday.


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well where is it?

The irony is that I had a bike that looked similar with a giant lock on it and someone actually went through the trouble of stealing it.

girl's bike schmirls bike. it's a classy ride!

why don't you put a note on it saying its free, anyone who takes it right now will think they're stealing your bike. it not being taken could be sign of how honest the people in your hood are or how crappy your bike is. btw, nice girl's bike brian.

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