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December 05, 2014


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Loved this post! Had no idea bikes were so expensive! You are witty and descriptive as ever. Thank you for adding so much detail and character to this lively story! I am confused, though. I assumed you used your bike out of necessity to get to work, but now I see that you don't. If you had a bike now, would it improve your work commute?

Kiril Kundurazieff

Thank you, Amanda, my friend, for the comment.

This bike was a moderately priced bike, sold in bike shops, not Big Box stores.

The quality is better.

Bikes sold in bike shops are a different breed and can cost 2 to 4 times what I paid for this one, believe it or not.

I am a sometimes bike commuter and frequent recreational cyclist who, in years past, has enjoyed bike rides of 20 to 66 miles on a day off, sharing those adventures on my blogs.

Bike commuting to/from work has sometimes been a necessity, due to lack of funds for a bus pass, but mostly it has been a choice just for the exercise, scenery and sometime creative inspiration that might occur.

In my current situation I am close to a bayou bike trail that goes by my work...The bike ride would take almost the same amount of time as the bus and save me from using my bus card once or even twice a day.

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