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My wife bought a Walmart <$100 single speed cruiser bike to use on paths in Mesa when visiting relatives a couple years ago. It worked perfectly for her for the couple weeks she was visiting, cost less and was less hassle than renting a bike. Since then it has been used regularly to daily for 6-8 mile rides by her sister without any problems. For the right use and user a BSO might be a perfect fit. Snooty bike people are annoyingly obnoxious, opinionated and self centered. Most definitely not "impartial".On some snooty bike forums, these products are known as BSO's... Bicycle Shaped Objects.

## Commuting 101: Bike Shaped Objects - CampfireCycling.com

A Word about Bike Shaped Objects Bike geeks like me and the other authors of CbB often snicker about the “Bike Shaped Objects” (BSO) sold at the mass retail discount stores for less than $200. They’re heavy, ugly, inefficient, poorly engineered, poorly designed, and poorly assembled by the same...www.campfirecycling.com## The Bicycle Shaped Object

The Bicycle Shaped Object or 'BSO', highlights many of the reasons why proper advice from The Cycling Experts and spending that little bit extra, can make all the difference to how much you get from your bike and how much you enjoy riding it.www.thecyclingexperts.co.uk

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That one is out of stock!

what?N+1 is always the right answer!

Thewhat?

The rule, formulated by Velominati, is thus:

This equation may also be re-written as s – 1, where s is the number of bikes owned that would result in separation from your partner.

The n + 1 principle is a universal law that applies not only to mountain biking but to all things cycling. The rule, formulated by Velominati, is thus: Rule #12 // The correct number of bikes to own is n + 1. While the minimum number of bikes one should own is three, the correct […]

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ah okay, I had never heard of that theoryThen + 1principle is a universal law that applies not only to mountain biking but to all things cycling.

The rule, formulated by Velominati, is thus:Rule #12 // The correct number of bikes to own is n + 1.

While the minimum number of bikes one should own is three, the correct number is n + 1, where n is the number of bikes currently owned.

This equation may also be re-written as s – 1, where s is the number of bikes owned that would result in separation from your partner.

## What is n + 1? » NTX Trails

The n + 1 principle is a universal law that applies not only to mountain biking but to all things cycling. The rule, formulated by Velominati, is thus: Rule #12 // The correct number of bikes to own is n + 1. While the minimum number of bikes one should own is three, the correct […]ntxtrails.com

I signed you up for the In Stock AlertThat one is out of stock!

I wonder the sale will last that long (hopefully it does!)I signed you up for the In Stock Alert

I looked around for other Hyper ebikes on Walmart website and looks like only those two models are on sale.

Then + 1principle is a universal law that applies not only to mountain biking but to all things cycling.

The rule, formulated by Velominati, is thus:Rule #12 // The correct number of bikes to own is n + 1.

While the minimum number of bikes one should own is three, the correct number is n + 1, where n is the number of bikes currently owned.

This equation may also be re-written as s – 1, where s is the number of bikes owned that would result in separation from your partner.

## What is n + 1? » NTX Trails

The n + 1 principle is a universal law that applies not only to mountain biking but to all things cycling. The rule, formulated by Velominati, is thus: Rule #12 // The correct number of bikes to own is n + 1. While the minimum number of bikes one should own is three, the correct […]ntxtrails.com

Well that makes me feel better. Maybe I'm not sick after all

Isn't N1 a virus?!?Well that makes me feel better. Maybe I'm not sick after all

Isn't N1 a virus?!?

Yeah, and the only cure is more cowbell!!

The 29" one with disc brakes even better.

Is this why Hyper is getting rid of older models for $398?

Because it seems like Hyper made some updates.

Agreed. 46 lbs and 700 bucks with a 2 or 3 year warranty seems like a very fair deal. I wonder how many hoops a guy would have to go through to get it repaired if it konked out during warranty period?

Slime Extra Strong Bicycle Tube, 27.5" x 2.0-2.40" Schrader - 30088

You want the next smaller size

Slime Extra Strong Bicycle Tube, 27.5" x 2.0-2.40" Schrader - 30088

Ok, that's what I thought. Not in stock! Thanks anyway Rocket!You want the next smaller size

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