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Old 2017-11-28, 11:10 AM   #11
Setonix
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I have commuted on all 7 at least once each since Christmas.
Yeah I reckon that is equally important to mention. Just having lots of unis and not riding them means that you can get more space in the shed. I only don't ride my OnlyOne uni anymore, but it is very small and I'm hoping my daughter will at one time be interested in learning to ride. The Freestyle 20" I then ride the least. The other six I ride on a regular basis.
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