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    Who want to split the cost?

    Lets do this!!!!

    http://phoenix.craigslist.org/nph/bik/2463102561.html

    I call front!!!!!!!!!

    Tandem Bike - $350 (Prescott)




    Date: 2011-07-05, 7:43AM MST

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    Get out of the heat and come to Prescott for some fun in the sun! We are exactly 1 hr and 15 minutes from Bell Rd. and I17. Our 85 degree weather is great for bike riding. We have awesome trails around Watson Lake. This bike is really fun. It has been serviced by our local Bike Smith and has brand new tires and is ready to ride! If interested please call 928-830-9623! Thanks for looking!





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    Oh lord Drew, I would follow you anywhere on that bike if you would buy it for us ...

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    With you pedaling I think we can clean pretty much everything on Natty!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grave9 View Post
    With you pedaling I think we can clean pretty much everything on Natty!!!!
    ......I tell ya I pedal like a 7 year old girl, my legs are really week and little ...the only time I ever beat Monica to the top of natty was when she was 8 months pregnet .......boy that will tear the man card right out of you hands
    That would be really strange to ride one of those as a mountainbike, I live over by Hawes and Scarface , and there was this coupple ( Guy Gal ) that had a yellow one of those with a suspension fork , disc brakes and most of the normal MTB stuff on it and they would ride most of the trails out at Hawes and Usery with the dam thing

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    I'm telling you, I'd like to try a FS one on Natty!

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    I'm been toying with the idea of building up a 29er tandem for me and the wife - and have been poking at parts lately.

    Of course.... it would mean getting the welding bottles filled since it would be a frame build.
    Yes, I'm the crazy christmas guy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by FrankAZ View Post
    I'm been toying with the idea of building up a 29er tandem for me and the wife - and have been poking at parts lately.

    Of course.... it would mean getting the welding bottles filled since it would be a frame build.
    If this project happens, post photos!

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    Let's go down geronimo on that beauty! You can steer so I can't see when we're gonna crash

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grave9 View Post
    I'm telling you, I'd like to try a FS one on Natty!
    I followed a couple on a FS tandem in Sedona for a quick minute. My tip- who ever is heavier should be in the back. It was priceless seeing a 200lb guy in front of a 100lb lady...any time the front tire came down anything steep it about pitched her over his head...poor gal....
    The secret to mountain biking is pretty simple. The slower you go the more likely it is you’ll crash.
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    Quote Originally Posted by K3N View Post
    Let's go down geronimo on that beauty! You can steer so I can't see when we're gonna crash
    Some of those switchbacks would suck!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by woahey View Post
    I followed a couple on a FS tandem in Sedona for a quick minute. My tip- who ever is heavier should be in the back. It was priceless seeing a 200lb guy in front of a 100lb lady...any time the front tire came down anything steep it about pitched her over his head...poor gal....
    Guess I'd be in back, CRAP!!!

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    Only one problem with this idea. Unless you're the lead dog, the scenery never changes!!
    RAM speed: UP, UP, and away....!

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    Quote Originally Posted by woahey View Post
    I followed a couple on a FS tandem in Sedona for a quick minute. My tip- who ever is heavier should be in the back. It was priceless seeing a 200lb guy in front of a 100lb lady...any time the front tire came down anything steep it about pitched her over his head...poor gal....
    LOL, I can see how you might think that, but I'm going to guess you've never captained a tandem!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Black Bart View Post
    LOL, I can see how you might think that, but I'm going to guess you've never captained a tandem!
    Not a FS tandem on anything that would resemble a trail. The tandem I've ridden was a 60's era Schwinn cruiser with a sweet 3 speed hub. So for practical purposes, I haven't...
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