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    pnj
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    New Bike! Hell yes!

    I've been riding this Diamond Back Sorrento that I bought as a complete for $300.00 in about 2001. I replaced most of the parts with decent ones in 2002. I rode off and on with that set up and have recently been getting more into riding and have been looking at getting something new...

    I was looking at getting just a frame because I'm poor.. but found this basicly brand new STP on CL. The guy who owned it wasn't a rider and it's in NEW condition. I gave him
    $550.00 for it.
    My camera is from around 2001 too...

    Old Bike.


    New Bike.

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    That's a sick bike dude, nice paint. Now, I knows you can manual that baby, I hear good things on its street abilities.

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    wait...what?
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    nice bike...kill the reflectors...immediately

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    the reflectors stay. How else will people know how 'core I am?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pnj
    the reflectors stay. How else will people know how 'core I am?
    From http://www.craigslist.org/about/best/sfo/765370039.html

    I practiced ninja training in Japan's mount Fuji for 5 years and the first rule they teach about ninja biking is that back reflectors let the enemy know where you are. Not having a rear reflector is like saying "F*CK YOU CAR, JUST TRY AND FIND ME".

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    you're not from seattle are you?
    i seem to recall an STP just like that on the seattle craigslist for about 550...

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    seattle, yes.
    are you from here? what/where do you ride? I don't know too many local cats..

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    i'm going to school at UW and ride a P2 on campus mostly.
    I hit up Colonnade occasionally since i'm only a couple miles away.
    what about you?

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    I pretty much only ride 'nade. at least once a week, sometimes more often when time allows.

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    cool. I'll keep an eye out for your bike.
    what lines do you ride?

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    I ride everything there. including the small stuff down below and the stuff at the very top.

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