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    Caution;  Merge;  Workers Ahead! Bike Stolen - Middleton, MA

    Bike Returned. All is well...
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    let's hear the story! I love to hear bike stolen, then recovered stories!

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    No f-ing way, you got it back? Nice! Now, how did it get returned?

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    Quote Originally Posted by woodyak
    Bike Returned. All is well...
    Is that your ride woodyak??

    That bike is f-ing sweet!




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    Quote Originally Posted by Locoman
    Is that your ride woodyak??

    That bike is f-ing sweet!




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    Yeah, it's mine and you are correct it is a freaking sweet ass bike.

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    Quote Originally Posted by carbuncle
    No f-ing way, you got it back? Nice! Now, how did it get returned?
    With out going into details, my dumbassness was saved by 2 fellow mountain bikers. Glad to see there is still honesty in the local MTB community.

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    Good good, that is a nice example of a Knolly. On a side note, how are you liking it for the trails out there? My wife and I are moving to suburban Boston in a coupla/few years, just about the time I'll be looking for a new bike...

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    Quote Originally Posted by carbuncle
    Good good, that is a nice example of a Knolly. On a side note, how are you liking it for the trails out there? My wife and I are moving to suburban Boston in a coupla/few years, just about the time I'll be looking for a new bike...
    I'm loving it for my trails. Most local riders are on ligher 6x6 rigs and think I'm crazy to be pushing something this heavy but it's an amazing pedaler and I like not having to worry about when I go big.

    Where are you moving from? Lots of good riding around Boston.

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    That's what I'm seeing! I've been checking up and it doesn't look like we'll be assed out of places to ride at all, I love the number of bike parks around there. Looks like there's a ton of good mountain bike trails, too. We're in Seattle now, will be moving once I finish my mid-life career reset and school.
    Last edited by carbuncle; 08-07-2008 at 11:04 PM.

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