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Re: using 2 bikes

Postby ShutUpLegs » Wed Nov 21, 2012 15:08 pm

Trev The Rev wrote:If you read the entire thread you will see that this thread has been hijacked by a few people who do not like me or my opinions.


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Re: using 2 bikes

Postby Trev The Rev » Fri Nov 23, 2012 10:24 am

ShutUpLegs wrote:
Trev The Rev wrote:If you read the entire thread you will see that this thread has been hijacked by a few people who do not like me or my opinions.


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dw300, GiantMike, danowat, TMHNET, and you chose to turn this thread into a have a go at Trev The Rev thread.

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Re: using 2 bikes

Postby ChrisAOnABike » Fri Nov 23, 2012 12:28 pm

Trev The Rev wrote:I have an ethical objection to owning 2 bikes.

Ok, what the heck, I'll bite.

Why?
Is the gorilla tired yet?

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Re: using 2 bikes

Postby Trev The Rev » Fri Nov 23, 2012 14:07 pm

ChrisAOnABike wrote:
Trev The Rev wrote:I have an ethical objection to owning 2 bikes.

Ok, what the heck, I'll bite.

Why?


Minimalist lifestyle. I keep possessions down to the minimum. One bike, one shotgun, one rod, one car, one horse, one dog etc. Gave all CDs & DVDs, books, pictures, ornaments, digi box, Hi Fi, computers, various gadgets to charity. Sold everything cycling related, 7 bikes, Tacx trainer, wind trainer, 20 sets tyres, a dozen wheels, power meters, several sets of pedals, aero helmet, skinsuit, tri bars, hundreds of bike bits including about 5 computers. Also sold Concept 2 Rower, clothes, loads of stuff.

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Re: using 2 bikes

Postby danowat » Fri Nov 23, 2012 14:14 pm

Did you also drive to Dundee in bare feet while gorging yourself on Toblerone?, sounds like a breakdown to me!!!!

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Re: using 2 bikes

Postby Trev The Rev » Fri Nov 23, 2012 14:17 pm

danowat wrote:Did you also drive to Dundee in bare feet while gorging yourself on Toblerone?, sounds like a breakdown to me!!!!


No matter how many times you are caught and thrown back in the lake you bite and get caught again.

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Re: using 2 bikes

Postby danowat » Fri Nov 23, 2012 14:22 pm

Deep man, deep............

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Re: using 2 bikes

Postby legendary27 » Fri Nov 23, 2012 15:04 pm

danowat wrote:Did you also drive to Dundee in bare feet while gorging yourself on Toblerone?


Mmmmmm, Toblerone

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Re: using 2 bikes

Postby wardieboy » Fri Nov 23, 2012 19:26 pm

Trev The Rev wrote:
ChrisAOnABike wrote:
Trev The Rev wrote:I have an ethical objection to owning 2 bikes.

Ok, what the heck, I'll bite.

Why?


Minimalist lifestyle. I keep possessions down to the minimum. One bike, one shotgun, one rod, one car, one horse, one dog etc. Gave all CDs & DVDs, books, pictures, ornaments, digi box, Hi Fi, computers, various gadgets to charity. Sold everything cycling related, 7 bikes, Tacx trainer, wind trainer, 20 sets tyres, a dozen wheels, power meters, several sets of pedals, aero helmet, skinsuit, tri bars, hundreds of bike bits including about 5 computers. Also sold Concept 2 Rower, clothes, loads of stuff.



What are you typing on now Trev?
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