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  1. #1701
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    For lazy guys. Mow once a year!!


    Turbo by jonshonda187, on Flickr

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonshonda View Post
    For lazy guys. Mow once a year!!


    Turbo by jonshonda187, on Flickr
    that is that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eat, Drink, Live,MTB View Post
    that is that?
    profound!
    Honestly... ahh I give up

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    A f'ing turbo on a riding mower? WTF indeed.
    I like to jump to conclusions, oversimplify, gossip, and participate in popularity polls.

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    "you is a lazy bastid aincha, you just lookin' to get out the EASY way"...


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    Quote Originally Posted by highdelll View Post
    profound!
    yeah i know it is a lawd mower but what did they do to it

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    Quote Originally Posted by shekky View Post
    "you is a lazy bastid aincha, you just lookin' to get out the easy way"...

    wow

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    "Like" the Brewery Ommegang facebook team page

    https://www.facebook.com/pages/Team-...18356588347806

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    see me rollin, they hatin
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    wow...it may be rare but you have to actually enjoy riding it more than current technology. maybe some people have a hardon for simply collecting bikes, but still, these sellers are cray cray!
    fap

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    Quote Originally Posted by dv8xin View Post
    A f'ing turbo on a riding mower? WTF indeed.
    Its a pulling lawnmower.

    It's not "a" turbo on the lawnmower that gets me, its the "size" of the turbo.

    That turbo would have a hard time spooling up on a Mitsu Evo, much less a 12 horse briggs.

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    see me rollin, they hatin
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    50 bucks on CL. Because, it IS important to steer fast.

    Post your CraigsList WTF's!?! here-3e33f43j85lc5kd5had3ue800fd98b2601e17.jpg
    fap

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    Post your CraigsList WTF's!?! here-cannondale-f29-caffeine-mountain-bike-2013-04-02-00-41-08.jpg
    If you can't play, display.

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    Post your CraigsList WTF's!?! here-wtf_zpsb526b346.jpg

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    ^^^ Absolutely no trades - I might trade for a car, truck, motorcycle or gun - haha, what is it man?
    Honestly... ahh I give up

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    Ridden less than ten miles too!

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    This is kind of cool but not for me.
    Tandem buddy bike
    And this is crazy
    100 PLUS BICYCLES

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eat, Drink, Live,MTB View Post
    And this is crazy
    100 PLUS BICYCLES
    Wow.

    You'd probably make a good deal of money just scrapping all the metal from that lot.

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    Yeah that or just selling the bikes for $10 each

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    trek mountain bike

    trek mountain bike (cheyenne)
    front wheel need truing. brakes need fixed. other than that, its got an expensive seat, new gears, new back wheel, solid frame. easily worth your trouble
    im just asking a 1.75 ml bottle of ezra brooks
    Location: cheyenne
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    Posting ID: 3724681420 Posted: 2013-04-05, 10:18AM MDT

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnlh View Post
    trek mountain bike

    trek mountain bike (cheyenne)
    front wheel need truing. brakes need fixed. other than that, its got an expensive seat, new gears, new back wheel, solid frame. easily worth your trouble
    im just asking a 1.75 ml bottle of ezra brooks
    Location: cheyenne
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    Posting ID: 3724681420 Posted: 2013-04-05, 10:18AM MDT
    Looks like drunkie-McDrunkerson wants someone else to do his shopping for him. May not be a bad price considering you can buy that crap for $30.

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnlh View Post
    trek mountain bike

    trek mountain bike (cheyenne)
    front wheel need truing. brakes need fixed. other than that, its got an expensive seat, new gears, new back wheel, solid frame. easily worth your trouble
    im just asking a 1.75 ml bottle of ezra brooks
    Location: cheyenne
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    Posting ID: 3724681420 Posted: 2013-04-05, 10:18AM MDT
    I am wondering if the kid's dad knows he is trying to buy booze for his party with one of his bikes?

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    Unicylce

    I was going to say this is the strangest "unicycle" I've ever seen, until I realized it's a "unicylce."

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    9-speed Dura Ace, ruined frame, needs rear derailleur:

    2006 Cannondale R5000 Road Bike, $900.00 o.b.o.

    2006 Cannondale R5000 Road Bike, $900.00 o.b.o. - $900 (Laramie WY)

    2006 Cannondale R5000 Road Bike. Very light, fast and fun. Bike is all Shimano Dura-Ace components, excluding the Crank which is Shimano Ultegra, with Dura-Ace bottom bracket- external bearings, Dura-Ace shifters and brakes, Reynolds Ouzo Pro fork, Bontrager race x lite seatpost, San Marco Era X saddle, Bontrager stem, FSA carbon headset, Bontrager Race Lite handlebars, frontwheel is Bontrager Race X Lite (stickers removed), and the rear is a custom built Mavic Rim with Dura-Ace Hub and Cassette from Colorado Cyclist. The only problem is the rear derailleur, which was Dura-Ace, it broke off but didnt break the bracket, however it did dent the rear of the frame slightly (photos). Ive since used the chain for another bike, so only thing needed for this bike to be complete is a new rear derailleur and chain. Really good deal considering all the components and the quality frame, has under 500 miles on it with typical wear for that amount of riding, has been tuned and maintained on a regular basis, everything, excluding rear derailleur, is in great shape and function. I no longer race anymore and dont like having a great bike sitting around unridden so unloading it for less than a third of what I put in it. Any questions or inquiries email, or call Ben at 3085207713.
    Location: Laramie WY
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    Quote Originally Posted by Trailrider92 View Post
    Unicylce

    I was going to say this is the strangest "unicycle" I've ever seen, until I realized it's a "unicylce."
    you'd have to bunny hop sidewalk cracks with that thing. Cool trainer though
    Quote Originally Posted by davidarnott
    wheelies, beyond being the best way over any sort of obstacle, both above or below, are are the steedliest expresstion of joy

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    That was one freakin strong rear der. LOL, managed to wrap around between the cassette and put a nice crease/dent inside of the frame. I love this part though:

    "Really good deal considering all the components and the quality frame, has under 500 miles on it with typical wear"

    That's like wrecking your porsche and saying it's a good deal because a porsche is technically a quality car. Maybe it's not in it's current condition but people just need to think about these things a little differently.
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