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    Im currently trying to find appraisals for these. I want to get a couple of entry level MTB for the wife and I so we can play around with the kids

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      #17
      Your best bet is to check on Pinkbike.com have your specs and you can see what other same/similar models are priced at.
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        #18
        Used to cycle quite a bit before I got injured in a motorcycle accident in 2012. 2020 I decided to get myself into some kinda shape for my kids sake. Significantly changed my diet and got my bikes serviced and working well. Today is the lightest I have ever been in my adult life at 235lbs. I’m still fat but it’s a far cry from the 350 I once was.

        This is my road bike. A Giant Seek1. Just a good little commuter nothing too special but serves me well. Did a short 5km rip on it today. Loving it.

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        AGD 68 Automag, AGD ULE 68 Automag, Azodin KDII, Azodin KPII, GOG V1 eNMEy, Sheridan PGP2K, Tippmann Pro/Carbine, Tippmann SL68II, Umarex TR50.

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          #19
          Originally posted by Tinybear View Post
          Used to cycle quite a bit before I got injured in a motorcycle accident in 2012. 2020 I decided to get myself into some kinda shape for my kids sake. Significantly changed my diet and got my bikes serviced and working well. Today is the lightest I have ever been in my adult life at 235lbs. I’m still fat but it’s a far cry from the 350 I once was.

          This is my road bike. A Giant Seek1. Just a good little commuter nothing too special but serves me well. Did a short 5km rip on it today. Loving it.

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          That's a great bike to ride. I advised a friend to pick one of these up a year or two ago.

          I got in super duper really bad shape and around 2009/10 I decided I was going to do something about it. I pulled down a GT TImberline that hadn't seen the light of day in a decade or more and started riding it around the local parks trail, which was about a mile. I thought I was going to die the first few times. Long story super short, I picked up a road bike some time later, went on to work for a bike shop. That was completely amazing by itself and I was there for all the group rides. By 2014 I was in the best shape of my life after 20 YO. I was regularly riding 40-60 miles three and four times a week. I rode my first, and last "almost" English Century (as opposed to metric) in 2013. I was 7 miles short and completely spent as I rode in on the SAG Wagon.

          Being at the bike shop I was able to get some great deals, and among them was a 2013 Specialized Roubaix Elite. Super nice bike. I got into doing group rides up in Atlanta with Mass and Mobile Social and ended up going with a Single Speed bike at first, and then ended up with another GT "hybrid" style bike. I still own those, but had a couple of Catrike recumbents, two different road bikes (one was the rain bike, of course) and requisite bikes for the wife and my son.

          Unfortunately a turn in time and along the line some aspects of my health...I think I rode the GT city bike one or two times total last year. I can't even mount the Specialized because I am over the safe weight for it's seat mast and stays....so, they sit in the garage and get deeper in dust. I REALLY should decide to ride that path again.
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            #20
            so, does this classify as a moped?

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