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    What to do with the old bike

    You've got that '93 Klein that you'll never ride again, but has sentimental value. Now there's an overpriced service to lay it to rest:

    Bicycle Taxidermy | The loving and lasting solution for your mechanical bereavement
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    我的镀铬光泽的冰柱一样,我骑在镇附近在我的低骑手自行车

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    Weird huh?
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    I saw this on Neatorama a couple weeks ago. Stoopidly overpriced, but a great do it yourself idea for sure
    And don't do the burrito jump... Francois

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    lol, that's awesome!
    '11 Jedi
    '01 Straight8
    '01Rocket88< ran over it.. always do a full walk around!
    '00 Homegrown

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    With a few adjustments you could hang your daily rider from that.

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    Is it just me or does it really need to have the head tube and badge with it to give it the real personality?
    Let the good times roll.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CheapWhine View Post
    Is it just me or does it really need to have the head tube and badge with it to give it the real personality?
    ageed. Saw it off!

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    or you could donate it---i hadn't ridden my 94 cro-mo rockhopper since i got a blur LT in 2008; it was literally just catching dust in my apt. i gave mine to trips for kids in san rafael, but there is also a charity called HOPE down in santa clara that takes bikes:

    Assistance and Programs for People in the Bay Area with Developmental Disabilities - Hope Services
    94 Specialized Rockhopper

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