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- A bicycle or motorcycle
- motorcycle: a motor vehicle with two wheels and a strong frame
- Pay someone to give up an ownership, interest, or share
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- Procure the loyalty and support of (someone) by bribery
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- Obtain in exchange for payment
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My (old) Commuting Bike (Stumpjumper Sport)
Old mid-80s Stumpjumper Sport I adopted as my commuting bike until recently. 'Upgraded' it with new pedals (MKS Sylvan), fenders (SKS), panniers (Arkel), tires (Schwalbe), and a new helmet. Wanted to make sure I was able to be seen by Houston's notoriously idiotic traffic -- hence why I've gone almost overboard with all the blinkies, lights, and reflective tape/stickers (see notes). It has 26" wheels (now with a 1.5" tire in the front and a 1.75" in the back -- both with the reflective stripe all the way around [photo shows old tires]), so is a tad small for me at 6'1" but was worth it as I didn't have to buy a new or used bike while trying out bike commuting.
As I've kept with bike commuting, I've upgraded my bike to a Bianchi San Jose (a single speed).
wow, my bike rules. I just needed a cheap piece of shit to get me from home to school and back and the $125 Schwinn from Target was more than adequate. However, you can't take this "mountain bike" off-road.
Not that I was going to, I just used it for getting around town, but damn, what a piece of shit. Guess I should buy a better bike with my graduation money.
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