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10/25/12 1:51 P

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I dont know the brand but I have no speeds or gears on my bike! I love riding it though! I bought it new at walmart. emoticon

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10/10/12 12:22 P

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Claude Butler ladies step through 21 gears sprung saddle,ergonomic grips especially for ladies helps reduce pain,old fashioned dring dring bell,panniers,cycle comp and bright lights..oh and ME :))

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9/30/12 3:14 P

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Schwinn Sierra GSL 18 gears

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9/29/12 6:25 P

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I ride a Torker "Graduate" internal 5 speed with drum brakes.

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8/9/12 11:11 A

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I ride a cafe 3 felt

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MIWOLFF's Photo MIWOLFF Posts: 413
8/8/12 12:54 P

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I ride a Jamis women's road bike with 32 gears. It's a good starting bike and moderately priced.

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FIXED531's Photo FIXED531 Posts: 332
7/25/12 3:03 P

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My favorite bike is my Mercian King of Mercia I had custom built. It is a fixed gear, so I only use one gear at a time. I do have 2 chainrings up front and a flip flop hub in back, so I do have some options. This bike is good for just about anything though a but heavy. It has seen everything from single track to fast club rides. My second favorite is a KHS Flite 100 track bike, also a fixed gear.

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7/21/12 2:16 P

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I ride a Miyata 210 touring bike w/18 gears
my husband a Blackdiamond hybrid w/21 gesrs

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7/8/12 8:37 A

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I ride a Redline Monocog. It's got one gear, made of Chromoly steel and has Mary bars on it. I love my bike!! I ride it everywhere. I also have a Surly Troll with 9 gears that I ride sometimes and a little bike I built up myself out of spare parts that I hardly ever ride. But the Redline Monocog is the greatest.

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7/6/12 7:28 P

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I have no clue about the brand of the gears on my bike. I ride an old Huffy Stalker 12-speed that I bought at the local used bike shop almost 15 years ago. It's a 12 speed with a Shimano Tourney derailleur and is all I need for the kind of riding I do. My commute is relatively flat with a few modest hills so I really only use 2 or 3 gears at the most. I've started taking a few detours on my route to work to get in a few extra miles while it is "cooler" and have hit a few tougher hills where I needed a couple more gears but not often. Sometimes I'll look enviously at the nice new bikes at the local bike shop but I'm happy with what I have.

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7/4/12 11:59 A

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I ride a lovely Pashley Princess Sovereign, which has a whopping 5 gears. :)

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7/3/12 7:51 A

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Riding a Specialized Tricross Double with 24 speeds, three rings in the front, eight in the back. Thank goodness for those hill-climbing granny gears...! :-)

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7/3/12 12:08 A

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I have a terra trike rover 8 speed recumbent trike.

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7/2/12 10:51 P

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Currently I am using a Fuji 10 speed which I have put some miles on this year. 600
and I have a Schwinn 12 speed

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