|Nishiki 12 Speed Road Bike/ 21”-frame - $75 |
|Nishiki 12 Speed Road / 21”-frame
Good working order, 4130 double-butted tubing, Shimano components, Shimano 600 pedals, narrow 700c rims, 6 cog free-wheel, fluted seat post, and aluminum handle bars & stem. Blue and white, comes with silver aluminum rear rack mounted for $75.
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|Byron Lake Schwinn |
|Serving Happy Customers For Over 20 years!
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|Adams Cyclery |
|Presenting the Latest in Cycling and Fitness Equipment :
Established in 1949, Adams Cyclery is one of the oldest establishments
in the town of East Northport.
Our shop features a wide range of adult bicycles including recreational and racing bikes... for the casual rider purchasing their f...|
|Carl Hart Bicycles |
|Whether your shopping for your childs first bike or looking for the latest in competitive racers, we have just what your looking for. Including a huge assortment of cycling parts, accessories and apparel. When you need repairs, parts or service, consult the Triathlon specialist at Carl Hart Bicycles...|
|VisionMTB.com Long Island Mountain Biking |
|Ride a mountain bike on LI? This site has what you need to find the trails, the right gear, people to ride with and more!|
|Massapequa Park Bicycle Club |
|The Massapequa Park Bicycle Club (MPBC), founded in 1970 and incorporated in 1974, is one of the clubs catering to the bicycle rider on Long Island, New York. With over 500 members, whose skill levels range from Open pace riders (and racers) to C pace riders (who are as much concerned about viewing ...|
|Westbury-Bayville Loop |
|This is a hilly, un-marked street route. Take Post Avenue, Westbury village, north to Wheatley Road. Cross Route 25A to Wolver Hollow Road, then head east on Chicken Valley Road to the Planting Fields Arboretum. Proceed to Oak Neck Beach in Bayville via Shore Road. Return via Bayville Avenue, Pi...|
|Central Suffolk Bikeway |
|Beginning at Bethpage State Part, this is a marked street route running along Quaker Meeting House Road, Bethpage Road and Main Street to the Farmingdale Rail Road Station. It then follows the railroad line all the way into Riverhead. LIRR Bike boarding passes are available for a $5 one time fee. ...|