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    Finally a use for the granny gear

    i finnally figured out what to do with the geared bike, (i hope the picture works)
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    You'd get the job done faster in the middle ring. Think about how much fun it would be to play "ben hur" with a lawn mower. Get a few buddies together and you could do lawn art. Dang, this is a great idea. Gonna try that this weekend when the wife is away.

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    I think I'd prefer a singlespeed with my reel mower. Remember: Real men push reel mowers.

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    nice

    Quote Originally Posted by sxconway
    i finnally figured out what to do with the geared bike, (i hope the picture works)
    very cool, just don't stop too quick or you'll have a new rear tread pattern.

    here's another take on that concept from https://cyclecide.com/photos/2003_fort_collins/

    <img src="https://gallery.mtbr.com/data/mtbr/515/234043suburban_intruder.jpg">

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