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Sam's Club has Columbia 700C Archbar Men's Bicycle on sale for $79.92. Shipping is free. Thanks daisybeetle

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SamsClub [samsclub.com] has Columbia 700C Archbar Men's Bicycle for $79.92. Non-Member surcharge adds $7.99. Shipping is free.
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Created 01-17-2018 at 06:26 PM by daisybeetle
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Even with that giant wheel in the front and the tiny one in back?
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I think it looks cool. My grandpa bought me a bike like this in the 80s, and I didn't start riding it until a couple of years ago. Heavy as heck, and the three gears did the trick. Favorite part was the wide handlebars, such a comfortable ride. Someone stole mine eventually.

Nevermind the haters, if I had $90 to blow and needed a bike it'd pick this sucker up. Rep'd for fun.
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There are two types of people I hate, those who are intolerable of others' culture and the dutch
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Bikes weren't even this ugly when I was growing up.
Even with that giant wheel in the front and the tiny one in back?
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Even with that giant wheel in the front and the tiny one in back?
...which was the style at the time.
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Because hipsters
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Because hipsters
Appears to be single speed so those hipsters maybe late to get the latest shipment of "raw" water.
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Appears to be single speed so those hipsters maybe late to get the latest shipment of "raw" water.
What's with the hate on the single gear for this bike? This bike would look ridiculous with a multi-gears setup. Single gear helps keeping the cost down and easier to maintain.
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What's with the hate on the single gear for this bike? This bike would look ridiculous with a multi-gears setup. Single gear helps keeping the cost down and easier to maintain.
Even now most city bikes will be 7 speed... Essentially one a set of gears (I don't know terminology). Most cities have some kind of elevation change that make 7 gears worth it at bare minimal.
Crusier bikes are the ones that usually have fat tires, single speed, and giant springy seats.
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I think it looks cool. My grandpa bought me a bike like this in the 80s, and I didn't start riding it until a couple of years ago. Heavy as heck, and the three gears did the trick. Favorite part was the wide handlebars, such a comfortable ride. Someone stole mine eventually.

Nevermind the haters, if I had $90 to blow and needed a bike it'd pick this sucker up. Rep'd for fun.
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This was the predominant style of bike that I saw when visiting Amsterdam
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This bike would make a great beach cruiser. It looks like beach cruisers I would see up and down the eastern shoreline. Not on sand of course...

Metal corrodes quickly in the salty beach environments so this bike is cheap enough to toss after a few years when it becomes too corroded to use.

This price is almost certainly cheaper than buying a crap used one that rental places sell after the season is over...
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Weak legged Muricans keep whining that it only has one gear. The Dutch bike all over the place. They only need or want one gear.
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There are two types of people I hate, those who are intolerable of others' culture and the dutch
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This was the predominant style of bike that I saw when visiting Amsterdam
But most dutch bikes are not single speed
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