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    REpublic bikes

    saw this over in the ad section on this page. cool bikes! anyone know anything about the company?

    http://www.republicbike.com/gallery.asp

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    guess not

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    I was looking for a bike with a yellow chain

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    well there you go then. my post was helpful. you can get yellow tires too you know!

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    I know a little bit.

    They are located in Dania Beach or Hollywood Beach Florida and I've been to their warehouse/office. I picked up a friend's bike. They seem alright for the price. Pretty cheap components and it was pretty heavy. They import the parts from asia and build up the bikes and probably make a fairly modest profit.

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    I think they offer a good value, it's important to conserve cash for buying more toke-weed, rather than blowing it all on some lightweight cross bike. So, ROCK ON!!!!!!!!!!

    Also, I have to emphasize the importance of adding a little card to the rear spokes when riding around, it's ultra AWESOME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    shame on you. toke weed. what's your problem??

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    Sorry, just funning on you. I live in the boonies and we don't really have much of a fixed gear scene here, just dorky old guys like me grinding up hills in the woods in the easiest possible gear.

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    lol.....I too live in the boonies, well kinda. I like my gears too. but it'd be a fun bike to tool around on.

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