wow, really? I don't know if this is a good deal or not, but i feel like there is going to be a lot of unwanted attention with these things. I'll stick with my beach cruiser.
posted: Mar. 1, 2012 @ 7:11p
TheSteelCurtain said: wow, really? I don't know if this is a good deal or not, but i feel like there is going to be a lot of unwanted attention with these things. I'll stick with my beach cruiser. They typically sell for $600 or more give or take. On another site B. Bargains, this was labeled as a smoking hot deal.
posted: Mar. 1, 2012 @ 11:30p
15% DISCOUNT ON ON GROUPONS IF YOU HAVE A D-SCOVER CARD AND USE SHIP D-SCOVER COMES TO $340 NO TAX (and Am-zon charges tax in NYC) ******************************************************************************
Can't comment on this deal, but I bought one of these a few years ago (for about $175 on craigs list when they were $225 on line- now @$320 for some reason); and am very happy with it. Only thing it's little small for me (6-2 220), but I was 200 When i bought it.... But in NYC, bus drivers HAVE to let you on with one of these folded up (so you can go on long trips etc)- I bring a copy of the rules printed out when I need to. Don't know why they are now $320 on line. Didn't want to pay more than $200, cause its a target when chained up in the street, but you might not care. I went to several Bike stores here in NYC and the folding bikes they wanted to sell started at $500 + up (way up) which is kind of whacky to me.
posted: Mar. 1, 2012 @ 11:32p
hmmm I wouldn't want a bike that makes me gain 20 lbs.
posted: Mar. 1, 2012 @ 11:38p
blizzardo said: hmmm I wouldn't want a bike that makes me gain 20 lbs. Cute... My German Shorthaired Pointer got really old, passed away last June at nearly 18. Can't blame the dog, but instead of my riding and running with her, we went for strolls, very very slow strolls after she hit 17. No more zipping around like a blazing blur of cosmic energy.. Sigh...
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