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    Must resist being a smart azz

    in Beginners. Someone is asking if Trek makes a good bike to paraphase.
    Just fast enough to know I am slow.

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    Why?

    Oh Beginners.

    Ya, leave 'em alone.

    Or help 'em out.
    Quote Originally Posted by the_dude
    these are better than i was expecting, and my expectations were already rather high.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MB1
    Why?

    Oh Beginners.

    Ya, leave 'em alone.

    Or help 'em out.
    I know, I know. Going to be a good boy and post a good post.
    Just fast enough to know I am slow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jupiterrn
    I know, I know. Going to be a good boy and post a good post.
    Do Beginners Poast Good Treks?
    Man. You are all stuped.
    ~RUFUSPHOTO

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    Wait, ARE Trek's good bikes?

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    At least it ended up in the right forum. Would have been funner if he had posted it here though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skyphix
    Wait, ARE Trek's good bikes?
    Yes. But they're kinda like an ugly girl... you don't want the lounge to know you ride one.


    Edited 'cause apparently I can't spell sometimes.
    Last edited by LWP; 03-30-2010 at 03:38 PM.
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    That was my post...so what!?

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    Quote Originally Posted by LWP
    Yes. But they're kinda like an ugly girl... you don't want the lounge to know you ride one.


    Edited 'cause apparently I can't spell sometimes.
    Hey, hey! I resemble that remark... The Trek more so than the ugly girl thing...
    When a cyclist in your area is injured or killed by a motorist, make an extra effort the next day to go for a ride. It doesn't have to be an organized ride, or even a long ride. Hell, ride a 15 minute loop around your neighborhood if you want.

    Just be seen riding your bike.

    Do it to make people aware we're out there. Do it to honor a fellow traveler. Do it because you're lucky enough to still be able to.

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