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#1
Hello. My name is Anne I'm new on here and have a next power climber.
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#2
Hi Anne
Nigel
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#3
Hi Anne, welcome! pretty bike you have there
There are two kinds of people in the world, "Those who help themselves to people, and those who help people!"
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#4
Thanks! I like my bike!
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#5
Hi Anne. Welcome to BT!
In the pic, I see the front wheel of another bike. Yours, too?
Wheelies don't pop themselves. (from a QBP fortune cookie)
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#6
Its actually a purple roadmaster that belongs to my girlfriend. I'm going to get her to join the forum as soon as I fix the seat on her bike!
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#7
Cool bike, I had one older and similar and it was a fun restore. Welcome to the forums!
Good maintenance to your Bike, can make it like the wheels are, true and smooth!
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#8
Thanks to the forum I already fixed the clank in my gears was a simpl fix two screws on the small gear I'm going to supe it up right! I'm putting new seats on and a basket carrier if I need help with fixin it up I know I've come to the right place. The brakes look new but it is kind of slow to stop think they might need adjustment. Anyway ill post the fixes I need for it in the other sections. Lol have a great day guys!
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#9
Welcome, this is a great place for bikers. I like your bike. Do you do much off road with it? I am interested in getting a full suspension bike to have a little fun with. I may have to look into one of those. It looks sharp!
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#10
Its a neat little bike I just got it from a thrift store. Needs a little bit of adjusting but worth it. I usually ride on the road but may end up doing some trails with it. I think bernheim forest would be great to work up to in ky. Lol
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