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Old 06-09-2014, 11:08 AM   #31
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As an avid road cyclist, and someone who just pulled a new Flagstaff Classic Super Lite 8528RKWS home Saturday, I'm disappointed to hear all of this. I guess my bike will have to ride inside the camper for a while ... maybe it won't mind!
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Old 06-09-2014, 11:10 AM   #32
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As an avid road cyclist, and someone who just pulled a new Flagstaff Classic Super Lite 8528RKWS home Saturday, I'm disappointed to hear all of this. I guess my bike will have to ride inside the camper for a while ... maybe it won't mind!
Good idea!
Speaking from experience here I'd find another method.

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As an avid road cyclist, and someone who just pulled a new Flagstaff Classic Super Lite 8528RKWS home Saturday, I'm disappointed to hear all of this. I guess my bike will have to ride inside the camper for a while ... maybe it won't mind!
It will stay clean when in transit...
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Old 06-09-2014, 12:22 PM   #34
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As an avid road cyclist, and someone who just pulled a new Flagstaff Classic Super Lite 8528RKWS home Saturday, I'm disappointed to hear all of this. I guess my bike will have to ride inside the camper for a while ... maybe it won't mind!
don't know what TV you have but as another avid cyclist, i suggest a roof rack or something like this:
SR 4000 | Support-Rack

plus, if you're like me, my bikes cost too much to put someplace that i can't see them, like on the back of a trailer.
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As an avid road cyclist, and someone who just pulled a new Flagstaff Classic Super Lite 8528RKWS home Saturday, I'm disappointed to hear all of this. I guess my bike will have to ride inside the camper for a while ... maybe it won't mind!
To me the biggest plus would be it would keep "Sticky fingers" off of it/them!
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