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Me and the Trek are getting a divorce(7 posts)

Me and the Trek are getting a divorceElefantino
Aug 8, 2002 5:51 PM
FYI, to those of you who are curious: I have fallen for another bike. The Serotta has come between me and my love and ruined a wonderful three-year relationship.

The Trek, the one that I flipped over when I broke my neck, the one that was repaired by Trek and repainted in white Postal colors, the one that I stared at for a year while waiting to ride again, is on the block.

I can't ride it anymore. It's too stiff for me now. Even with a suspension seatpost. And the Serotta is just too comfortable, too fine a ride, too perfect. And my wife won't let me keep the Trek as a wall decoration. So It's going.

I am sad.

FWIW,
Mike

PS: The Serotta is telling me it wants a baby brother named "Ty" or something. I don't know what that means.
As long as you did not get caught cheating nmafrican
Aug 8, 2002 5:53 PM
if the Serotta is in a different area code its not cheating.firstrax
Aug 8, 2002 6:00 PM
I forgot, is it a CSi or Colorado 3? -nmTig
Aug 8, 2002 7:18 PM
Ty is...........gogene
Aug 8, 2002 7:26 PM
..actually a very close cousin to CSI. I believe his first name is Legend. Maybe the CSI will introduce you. The only problem is that 'Ty" will stay at your house for a very long time. Like CSI, Ty likes to play outdoors. A lot.
Elefantino, I knew this would happen.davet
Aug 8, 2002 7:34 PM
The Trek feels that the Serotta is soooo much better than it. (it is) What model and size Trek is it?
perhaps its meant to be .....Spirito
Aug 8, 2002 7:38 PM
your favorite shade of Mercatone Uno jersey would look kinda wrong on a Trek anyways.

ciao