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    Good job! Surly Commuters

    My co-worker and I both rode our bikes to work today.. bike rack still buried in a snow bank unfortunately!

    He smoked me on the flats but I made up ground on the snow sections
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    I'm guessing you were the one on the Pugs then?

    Beautiful day for a ride! I was just out for one (on public land using trails I had no hand in building) myself!
    Please enjoy seeing this terrible collection of me - something wonderful is about to happy.

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    yes that is my pug, and my coworkers crosscheck

    its an awesome day out there, sun is out but not enough to melt the snow and make a mess.. too bad i am stuck at work!

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    Quote Originally Posted by pathogen
    too bad i am stuck at work!
    I hear that. I sneak out at lunch when all the "suckers" are busy eating their Value Meals.

    I envy you commuter types since it's not a realistic option for me (80km one-way).
    Please enjoy seeing this terrible collection of me - something wonderful is about to happy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by garage monster
    Beautiful day for a ride! I was just out for one (on public land using trails I had no hand in building) myself!
    Get him.

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    Sorry but that don't look like commuter bikes. No full fenders, no front or rear racks, no lights, no bell, am I missing something ? BTW I love that green crosscheck. I am big fan of surly bikes I've owend a surly 1x1 for about 3 years now..

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    yeah I know I am not a real commuter.. we only live about 1km from work so no bike mods are necessary

    my buddies crosscheck is awesome, i'll pass along the complement!

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    What, you didn't spring for the $300 custom wooden fenders for the pugs?? haha... that is the problem when your tires are too big!

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    Quote Originally Posted by electrik
    What, you didn't spring for the $300 custom wooden fenders for the pugs?? haha... that is the problem when your tires are too big!
    There is no problems ( here) when your tires are big.

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