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22 hours ago

A little dusty but in good shape with low mileage 2016 Specialized Helga,medium 1x drive train. Aluminum frame. $1400.
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A little dusty but in good shape with low mileage 2016 Specialized Helga,medium 1x drive train. Aluminum frame. $1400.
Call 4744650 for details

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Is that Lorie’s old bike?

It’s my wife Janice’s but identical to Lorie’s

Stephanie Bartholomew Calkins

Stephanie Bartholomew Calkins

Stephanie Bartholomew Calkins

I feel like Stephanie needs this bike

What town are you in ? And in Maine

Sold to Stephanie!

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3 days ago

Pretty sure the sign said what it needed to say without the chicken scratch …. 🤦🏻. ... See MoreSee Less

Pretty sure the sign said what it needed to say without the chicken scratch …. 🤦🏻.

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No shit

Signs don’t have a comment feature?

No clear way back up? Is Tall Pines Way blocked?🤣

Who carries a pen while biking anyways? 😂🙄

Pic of whole sign please

Ha, that's been there for a few weeks maybe a month.

I feel your pain on the signage being defaced, but this is pretty funny

Electrify the signs… problem solved.

Little Clean Streak will clean it up!

I like the old school ASCII emoji : /

Is it really technical though? 🧐 I don’t recall any rocks or roots really to speak of…

Tha Bad Samaritan.

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2 days ago

Another item worth sharing, some improvements at Coburn Woods. https://facebook.com/515678461826450/posts/…Installation of our new trailhead kiosk at the Russell Road access is underway, thanks to Eagle Scout candidate Connor Files of Troop 485! Connor has been working this year to GPS and map the extensive hike and bike trail network at Coburn Woods. Now, he is in the home stretch of this ambitious project. Head out for a walk and admire his progress as he finishes the kiosk and installs additional trailhead maps and intersectional signs. Thank you Connor, and thanks to everyone in the community who has supported his efforts. ... See MoreSee Less

Another item worth sharing, some improvements at Coburn Woods.  https://www.facebook.com/515678461826450/posts/4610443545683234/
5 days ago

Any suggestions on the best anti theft way to transport you bike in a pickup truck? I see tailgate covers and Thule racks. Does any of them have locking mechanisms? Thanks ... See MoreSee Less

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Cable and padlock. Most trucks have tie down brackets you can attach locks. I did that with my pickups

Tailgate pad user here. If I'm anywhere I need to lock my bike I usually run a cable lock or two from the tie down mounts through a combination of frame and wheels.

Not sure which chain / lock combo stops thieves any longer than 10 secs. Keep it inside the vehicle. Less visible is better.

Thanks guys appreciate the input

I think of any lock system as keeping casual thieves away. Any lock can be cut quick with the right tools. If the bike(s) are expensive have insurance also.

I use the On Guard Boxer Disc Lock (for motorcycles) with a Cable. that I wrap through the frame/wheels. It is small and does the trick to deter thieves. I have two of them and several cables stored under my back seat. Can also be used for other equipment when you need it like kayaks, etc. Something like this: www.motosport.com/product/?adpos=&cc=us&creative=271553284542&device=c&gclid=Cj0KCQiAkZKNBhDiARIs...[ONG000D]=ONG000D-X002-Y001

Buy a van!

Shotgun rack

I use the 5-ft version of this chain and lock. It's a beast! www.kryptonitelock.com/en/products/product-information/current-key/999485.html?type=bicycle

Big angry dog in the back of the truck should do the trick.

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