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Old 04-04-2015, 09:33 AM   #1
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Joe.... that looks like a lot of fun pedaling up a long hill.
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Joe.... that looks like a lot of fun pedaling up a long hill.

I think I'll stick with my DP!
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Read somewhere it weighs 100 lb. Then add personal gear.#1000 lb later coming down the hill look out.
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Read somewhere it weighs 100 lb. Then add personal gear.#1000 lb later coming down the hill look out.

That's when you holler for the mother-in-law to stick her legs out the door and drag her feet!
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Where's the A/C? Seriously I could see that, with better wheels and tires, being pulled into some remote hunting/fishing spots behind an ATV, instant camp.
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That's a pretty cool idea though.
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Might be good for the Rails to Trails where there aren't any steep grades.
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