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Free Bikes

Postby Dirt Nurse » Sat Jul 10, 2004 10:00 am

two bikes that have been playafied previously and wish to serve souls in need

These are free mountain bikes - not in great condition but both work. Just give me a ring 510 506-2322 to arrange for a pickup. In San Leandro today and Emeryville tomorrow (moving).

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Postby Mad Madame » Tue Jul 20, 2004 3:41 pm

hello dirt nurse...
how are you? hey, have you gotten rid of those 2 bikes yet? i am an aussie chick travelling down to the burn from vancouver and my partner is also coming from australia to his first bm. i have no idea where you live.. but, i would love to take the bikes to the desert if i could get them there somehow? are you going out to the desert this year or do you know of any kind personw ho would take the bikes out there for us.... if they are still available?
its very kind of you to be giving away bikes... i just wish it wasnt such a mission for us to be organised! its hard coming from another country to the desert. but its all part of the experience i guess.
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Postby redstar » Tue Jul 20, 2004 10:20 pm

You can organise bikes through Da Rat who is located in Sparks. He gives preference to burners who come from far away. Email him at:
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bikes yeah!

Postby cascadiangirl » Fri Jul 23, 2004 7:19 pm

Hey Dirt Nurse-
If you haven't given your bikes away yet, I may be interested in taking one off your hands. I am a San Franciscan, so right in the neighborhood. let me know!
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Postby forest » Tue Aug 10, 2004 6:06 pm

I called about the bikes, and they're long gone.
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