Folding bike recommendation.

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Re: Folding bike recommendation.

Postby Oldragbaggers » Thu Oct 10, 2013 12:43 pm

We just got a pair of Citizen Bike Miamis this week and we are very pleased with them. We went for the carry bag, upgraded seat, rack and water bottle cage. They both worked great right out of the box and were easy to assemble. We're taking them to their first gathering next weekend. Most of the people in our group have them so we're planning a little Citizen bike parade. Getting the opportunity to ride one at our last gathering was what convinced me to order ours. As a matter of fact, there are so many in our group I ordered name decals for ours to make sure we didn't accidentally ride off on someone else's bike.
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Re: Folding bike recommendation.

Postby nevadatear » Thu Oct 10, 2013 7:16 pm

We have miamis as well. Like them.
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Re: Folding bike recommendation.

Postby Donutboy » Thu Oct 10, 2013 11:17 pm

Look up www.montaguebikes.com. These look like they will handle anything--especially the paratrooper model.
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Re: Folding bike recommendation.

Postby campmaster-k » Fri Nov 22, 2013 3:27 pm

Fenlason wrote:
Woodbutcher wrote:I know you guys meant no harm, there was non taken. I to have my favorite things. My wife says I can't seem to walk past a flashlight or a TV without buying one. Not to mention Coleman. :lol:


yeah... some of you Coleman "hoarders" are just sick... :R :R


My name is Kirk and I am a Coleman horder. I also hord bikes. But thats it. So thats no so bad, right. I like Glen's equation N+1 and S-1. It works for lanterns too.

I went to bike rehab so now I only have 7. I just picked up what appears to be a mid 60's Schwinn Racer. All original . I love that bike. 8)

I did actually try out the S-1 equation when I was having a little problem with BBQs. As it turned out the number of BBQs was 8. So S-1= 7 to avoid separation, in my case only.
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