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Old 10-28-2013, 07:50 AM   #29
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Here's another take on bicycles and RV's:

I used to ride a lot to condition myself for skiing. That's way in the past, but we still ride a little for transportation at campgrounds and large autocross events where the paddock and course can be far apart. At one point, we had two full size bikes that I carried on a bike rack on our open race car trailer. Inevitably, these would be filthy from rain and dirt once we got to our destination. The solution was to buy two folding bikes from Camping World. These fit in the side storage compartment in our current, and previous Safari Trek, and stay clean.

Admittedly, these are not "real" bicycles, but with 6 speeds and wheels large enough for some stability, they suit our needs.

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Old 10-28-2013, 11:19 AM   #30
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We ride bikes made by Nirve USA. Excellent product and reasonable price. Aluminum frame, so failry light. Many different styles. Nirve.com - Stylish Beach Cruiser Bikes and Components

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