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Bikelove2010
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long time no post!

Back in pittsburgh doing some more moving things (we moved to phoenix for those of you who are like wtf?). I have this sweet folding bike I bought off another member. We lived in an apartment and it was super awesome for our life on the southside, but we just dont need it in phoenix.

It’s a sweet bike so it got used, it’s got some wear and tear to prove it. (chips in the paint, scratches on the frame)

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* * * * * * * DOG NOT INCLUDED :) * * * * * *

Single speed

Lightweight Aluminum folding frame

Chainguard prevents dress clothes from being damaged

Adjustable handlebar and seatpost

Kenda high-pressure 20″ x 1.75″ tires

Available in 1 size, (Fits riders 4′ 9″ to 6′ 1″ comfortably)

Includes fenders, rear rack, kickstand and under-frame stand (allows bike to stand while folded)

The Latte single speed weighs about thirty one pounds.

The folded dimensions are approximately, 24″W x 20″W x 33″L

MRSP- $219

I paid $150-175 (I cant remember)

Asking $75 or best offer.

*Must pick up before May 23rd

*The tires may be flat and since our house is practically empty I dont know if I can get them inflated for a test ride.

email me – krut.sarah@gmail.com


Pierce
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/////// Off Topic ////////

On a completely unrelated note, a long time ago you questioned the ability of one to remain healthy on a vegan diet. A long over due follow up, you might be interested in reading:

http://bostonvegan.org/nutrition

“According to the American Dietetic Association’s 2009 Position Paper on Vegetarian Diets, vegan diets “are healthful, nutritionally adequate, and may provide health benefits in the prevention and treatment of certain diseases.” A healthy vegan diet helps reduce your risk of heart disease, cancer, obesity, and diabetes(5).”

/////// Back to selling of wares ////////


Bikelove2010
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That’s awesome…. Thanks dude!


Swalfoort
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Sarah (aka bikey….)

That bike is way too cool to have it leave the ‘burgh.

I’ll take it.

PM me, and we can work out pick up/payment details.


myddrin
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D’oh, 3 minutes too late. If Swalfoort falls through, let me know.


ieverhart
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Mark me down as a third-tier fallback!


Mick
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*waves*

Bye, Bye, Bikelove!


Bikelove2010
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Sold!

Bye bye Bike Pittsburgh!


myddrin
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Bye, Bye Bikelove!


Marko82
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Good luck with the move to the desert, and remember the mountains are only a short distance away if you get tired of the relative flatness and want to remeber what it’s like to climb :D

(of course you could always come back here too!)


StuInMcCandless
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I am assured by friends who live south that it simply is not possible to ride in Arizona heat. Just as I am told it is simply not possible to ride in Pittsburgh snow or cold.

Keep in touch, we ‘Burghers do travel to locales other than 40-north, and any tips you care to pass along would be much appreciated.

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