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    Quote Originally Posted by jacdykema
    Sfgirl, the home analyzer.
    You don't say? IIRC you've been subject to the very same analysis.
    Alex

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    Does taking off the plastic spoke protector make you go faster?

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    pint:

    Slicks sound like a good idea for asphalt. I hear ya about not getting grease on that couch! Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by muddybuddy
    If you're not going to ride them on the dirt, you may want to switch to collecting vintage road or hybrid bikes and leave the MTBs to those who appreciate them for what they were designed to be.
    No, I don't care for road bikes at all. Hybrid bikes are OK-but, I can appreciate a good mountain bike just for the bike itself. Since I like the older classic MTB's with a rigid fork, if I wanted to get up into the rough stuff-or, to really do it in the dirt-then, I go out and pick out a modern MTB, built better for pure MTB duty, with shocks, at least on the front forks.

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    To bad this thread is old and the Photo's are missing. The Seneca was my first mountain bike. I just flat wore it out. I wish I had some pictures of mine. I got rid of it probably 20 years ago when I bought my current bike.

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