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    These Sweeds...

    After spending 2 weeks in Stockholm (the cycling paradise ! ) i found these beauties left to rust and get ripped-off downtown :
    one gary fisher mtb left only with one Deore shifter and rock shox fork :




    this was a real heartache for a GT lover like me...Avalanche 2.0 with rock shox pilot fork, full LX and hayes disc brakes....left to rust and die....


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    .........what kind of rider does these crimes ? You'd find forgotten bikes all over town.Giant,trek,a few more Gt's...Great bikes.Any swedish rider in here to explain this ?

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    "Swedes" --
    Si vis pacem, para bellum.

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    Where is that Gary Fisher? I need a new handlebar for my commuter.

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    Sweden, the land where bikes go to die!

    Interesting you call Stockholm a cycling paradise, at least road-riders complain quite a bit about biking conditions around Sthlm. Compared to some other European capitals (Copenhagen to take one), bikers are very neglected there.

    MTB is another story, supposed to be some great areas there. Me, I am a couple of hours north with some decent trails nearby, so I haven't gotten down there much yet.

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    Well,being from Greece where biking is zero level Stockholm was paradise.I guess i have to check barcelona,amsterdam,copenhagen,berlin......

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    nick6sic6, haven't been to Greece. But I think we probably cover the entire scale in Europe. Visited Dublin this spring and was amazed at how many people biked there and how well the bikelanes in town seemed to work.

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