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onel0wcubn
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Join Date: April 28, 2008
Location: La Habana
March 15, 2018, 01:50 PM

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I ended up selling my classic 2001 F600 Trek that I said Id never sell...
I brought it in 2005.. sold it for about $275...not bad..the guy who brought it from me update me on the upgrades he is doing...shit looks fly now...

I ended up picking up a 2012-2014 Scotts bottom bitch hood bike to replace my F600.
Gathering my street mods. Got it on the cheap.
Sold my GF bike she was not using much...and replaced it with a Walmart Hyper. For $125 this bike is fantastic. I got one for my co worker...(he paid me back)...
Its a good hood, commuter shit on bike...for when you are visiting people like me in the hood and want to chain it to a pole.

Finally got my bike race also.
GF bike will be leaving soon. so ill just have my main scotts road bike...and my scotts hood creeper.

Dirt bike crash have me only riding at work for less than 15 miles on lunch breaks...low low low elevation changes..working on my foot now.
you live in the hood?


ay ya yay
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