Abandoned bike on White Tail at Chicopee?

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Abandoned bike on White Tail at Chicopee?

Postby KevinH » Sun Apr 07, 2013 7:02 pm

I mean, sure, it's old and it's missing a wheel, but this is no place to leave a bike!

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It's been there all weekend. I wonder if it should be dragged up to that intersection where the red bike frame is.
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Re: Abandoned bike on White Tail at Chicopee?

Postby MrUnderhill » Sun Apr 07, 2013 7:07 pm

we saw that today too. Funny to take the wheel and leave the rest of the bike :?
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Re: Abandoned bike on White Tail at Chicopee?

Postby Chris1911 » Sun Apr 07, 2013 7:49 pm

Maybe he's taking his flat tire or taco'd wheel to an LBS and walking back to get it :?: Image
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Re: Abandoned bike on White Tail at Chicopee?

Postby Mark D. » Mon Apr 08, 2013 9:17 pm

Was there last weekend too.
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Re: Abandoned bike on White Tail at Chicopee?

Postby FujNoob » Tue Apr 09, 2013 7:45 am

Chris1911 wrote:Maybe he's taking his flat tire or taco'd wheel to an LBS and walking back to get it :?: Image


I saw it ou there anf figured the same thing.
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Re: Abandoned bike on White Tail at Chicopee?

Postby msteng » Tue Apr 09, 2013 11:43 am

Seems silly to me to leave it there. How hard is it to walk a bike out? Even when I've been injured from an OTB episode and limped out, I've managed to walk my bike out miles. I'd leave it there though. The owner know's where it was left and it's prbably safer from theft if it's in the middle of the woods.
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Re: Abandoned bike on White Tail at Chicopee?

Postby scmtbiker » Tue Apr 09, 2013 5:39 pm

This shows mountain bikers are somewhat trustworthy. If that had been a car left out in the woods there would not be much left there to come back for.
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Re: Abandoned bike on White Tail at Chicopee?

Postby funhog » Tue Apr 09, 2013 10:26 pm

scmtbiker wrote:This shows mountain bikers are somewhat trustworthy. If that had been a car left out in the woods there would not be much left there to come back for.


I don't know, there's been a truck on Bull Mountain for years and no one has moved it. :D
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Re: Abandoned bike on White Tail at Chicopee?

Postby Mark D. » Wed Apr 10, 2013 9:16 pm

msteng wrote:Seems silly to me to leave it there. How hard is it to walk a bike out? Even when I've been injured from an OTB episode and limped out, I've managed to walk my bike out miles. I'd leave it there though. The owner know's where it was left and it's prbably safer from theft if it's in the middle of the woods.



maybe it fell from the sky??
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Re: Abandoned bike on White Tail at Chicopee?

Postby MrUnderhill » Thu Apr 11, 2013 8:03 am

Mark D. wrote:maybe it fell from the sky??



The MTB Gods Must Be Crazy???
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Re: Abandoned bike on White Tail at Chicopee?

Postby FujNoob » Thu Apr 11, 2013 3:58 pm

MrUnderhill wrote:
Mark D. wrote:maybe it fell from the sky??



The MTB Gods Must Be Crazy???



Probably should take it to the edge of the earth and give it back to the Gods.
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Re: Abandoned bike on White Tail at Chicopee?

Postby KevinH » Sun Apr 14, 2013 11:12 pm

It was gone today.

Of course, I was going SOOOO fast on my new FS bike that maybe it was there but I didn't see it. Wheeeeee!
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Re: Abandoned bike on White Tail at Chicopee?

Postby OffroadRatfish » Mon Apr 15, 2013 9:32 am

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Re: Abandoned bike on White Tail at Chicopee?

Postby EightEleven » Mon Apr 15, 2013 3:17 pm

KevinH wrote:It was gone today.

Of course, I was going SOOOO fast on my new FS bike that maybe it was there but I didn't see it. Wheeeeee!

I was looking for it on Saturday.. Never saw it!
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Re: Abandoned bike on White Tail at Chicopee?

Postby K2K » Mon Apr 22, 2013 9:00 pm

Got it. Keeping your trails free of abandoned bikes 1 sawsall at a time.
Until this whole thing blows over, just stay away from me.
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