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AnnaS wrote:Our bikes are 22 years old! They've only had about a dozen years of use though, and only in the last 3 years have we ridden them a lot. They were pretty good quality bikes at the time we bought them and have been very reliable. Only one of them has needed real maintenance (surgery on the pedal hub or whatever it's called).
By today's 'biker' standards they are pretty clunky, but we don't care--we're not in it for speed or looks, we just want the exercise! LOL! Also we have very non-fashionable wide cushy seats, as our over-50 butts don't take well to sitting on those hard little rails they call seats nowadays.
Lots of flashy bikers pass us on the trails, but we outdistance many of them in the long run.
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