Folding Bikes

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Folding 8-Speed Aluminum Bike for Rent

The Giant Expressway Folding Bike is a top-quality bicycle featuring an ALUXX-grade butted aluminum frame, wide-range 8-speed Shimano drive train, 20 inch aluminium wheel set, rear carrier and strap, fenders, and kickstand.

The easy folding design lets you pack it up for easy hotel room storage or transport. The bike’s wheels are small enough to store and big enough to roll smoothly through the cobblestone streets of San Juan.

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Folding Bike Rental | San Juan, Puerto Rico

Premium Folding Bike Rental starting at $10 per hour (2-hr min.) in San Juan. This bicycle for rent is fast, fun, and responsive enough for a multitude of uses. Stay fit, get active, and go on authentic adventures in San Juan, or anywhere in Puerto Rico.

Folding Bikes Fit People 4′ 8 to 6′ 2″

Folding Bikes comfortably fit all people from 4-feet and 8 inches tall to 6-feet and 2-inches tall. All bikes are great for all people. We do not classify or identify bicycles by gender.

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Folding Bike Rental Starting at $20

See our full bike rental price list here.

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Giant Expressway Folding Bike for Rent in San Juan

Giant Expressway Folding Bike is ready to transport you to authentic San Juan experiences. Sightseeing is more fun on this fast and convenient 8-speed bike for rent. Rent this amazing bicycle for $10 per hour (2-h min). This bicycle is also available to rent for extended periods of time – great for trips and experiences outside of San Juan.

Comfort Bike

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The Schwinn Hybrid Comfort Bike features an aluminum frame with wide cushy comfort seat with springs, a Shimano 21-speed with Z-Fire shifters rear derailleur, and both front and rear alloy brakes, and alloy wheels with high profile rims.
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Comfort Bike Rental in San Juan, Puerto Rico

Premium bike rental starting at $7.50 per hour (2-hr min.), in San Juan. This bicycle for rent is fast, fun, and responsive enough for a multitude of uses. Stay fit, get active, and go on authentic adventures in San Juan, or anywhere in Puerto Rico. Rent the Schwinn Hybrid Comfort Bike, it’s ready for you to take on the most demanding hills or cobblestone pavements or trails.

Comfort Hybrids Fit People 4′ 8 to 6′ 8″

Comfort hybrid bikes comfortably fit all people from 5-feet and 8 inches tall to 6-feet and 8-inches tall. All bikes are great for all people. We do not classify or identify bicycles by gender.

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Comfort Bike Rental Starting at $15

See our full bike rental price list here.

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Below is a comprehensive list of the Schwinn Comfort Bike specifications.

Beach Cruiser Bike

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This is our modern top-quality flagship bicycle, easy-to-ride and perfect for Puerto Rico. Go sightseeing in San Juan along seaside bike paths, or head straight to the beach on this sky-blue stylish Beach Cruiser. Premium quality 3-Speed Beach Cruiser Bicycle made of all aluminum parts and carbon fiber belt – no chain or grease.
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Modern Stylish Beach Cruiser Bicycle Rental in San Juan, Puerto Rico

Premium Beach Cruiser bike rental in San Juan featuring an ultralight aluminum frame and fork, 3-speeds, hand-brake; and no chain, grease, or sprocket. Rent this amazing bicycle for $10 per hour (2-h min), or for $40 for the entire day.

Beach Cruisers Fit People 5′ to 6′ 5″

Bikes comfortably fit all people from 5-feet tall to 6-feet and 5-inches tall. We offer two models of this bicycle in Sky Blue; the Diamond and the Step-Thru. All bikes are great for all people. We do not classify or identify bicycles by gender.

  • Diamond Model Height: 5-feet and 5 inches to 6-foot and 5-inches
  • Step-Thru Model Height: 5-foot to 5-foot and 11-inches

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Beach Cruiser Rental Starting at $20

See our full bike rental price list here.

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Treat yourself to a modern stylish Beach Cruiser bicycle.

In addition to being an awesome bicycle, this bike is cool and colorful, beautiful for pictures and sharing, ideal for corporate or team events, and pretty enough to enhance a photo shoot.
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Official PRIORITY COAST Beach Cruiser

No more rust, replacing chains on the boardwalk, greasy hands, or heavy, slow rides.

Designed, assembled, and tested in coastal climates around the globe, no other beach cruiser has this level of features designed to take on the salt, sand, and water at the beach.  Built on a foundation of the Gates Carbon Drive Belt with an ultralight rustproof frame and fork, combined with sealed bearings you’ve got the smoothest ride at the beach.  Each bike comes with a traditional beach cruiser foot (coaster) rear brake and a front hand brake.

The Sky Blue three-speed Coast features a Shimano 3-speed hub and double kickstand.

Below is a comprehensive list of the Priority Coast specifications. Each component was chosen to stand the test of time at the beach.

What you won’t see on the list is that Priority bikes are designed by some of the industry’s premiere engineers, tested to ensure comfort and quality, and specifically designed to require no regular maintenance. Priority bicycles are also drilled to accommodate most standard racks, fenders and baskets. If you have any questions, contact us anytime using our email address or phone number below.

Component Description
Frame Aluminum
Fork Aluminum
Rims Double wall alloy, 36h
Front Hub Alloy, cartridge bearing
Rear Hub Shimano CB-110, or KT alloy body, or Shimano Nexus 3
Spokes Stainless Steel
Front Brake Steel
Grips Velo high density, locking clamp
Crankset Gates s150 170mm
Front Chainring Gates 46t CDN
Rear Cog Gates 22t (traditional frame) / Gates 24t (step-through frame)
Pedals Alloy platform, sealed bearing
Bottom Bracket Sealed cartridge, nickel plated axle
Seat Post 27.2 Alloy Micro-adjust 350mm
Belt 122t Gates Carbon Drive CDN
Saddle Priority Cruiser Comfort
Handlebar Stem 1 1/8″ Quill, Alloy
Handlebar Classic, Alloy
Headset 1 1/8” Threaded Cartridge Bearing
Tires Kenda Puncture Resistant 26×2.125
Weight approx. 26lbs

FCCA Cruise Line Trade Show 2018 in San Juan Puerto Rico

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The FCCA is a not-for-profit trade organization composed of 18 member cruise lines operating nearly 200 vessels in Floridian, Caribbean and Latin American water. The organization sponsored the Trade Show 2018 in San Juan Puerto Rico.

All photos taken by Omari Breakenridge; see more FCCA images on Flikr.

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The ​FCCA ​Conference ​is ​a four-day ​event ​designed ​to ​foster ​a ​better ​understanding ​of ​the ​inner ​workings ​of ​the ​cruise ​industry and help attendees improve their cruise tourism business. Through a ​specialized ​forum that blends meetings and workshops with social functions, attendees have a unique opportunity to develop relationships with, promote products to, and learn from approximately 100 executives from FCCA’s 18 Member Lines who decide where ships call, what is sold and used onboard, and how to invest in destinations and infrastructure.

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FCCA Cruise Line Trade Show 2018 in San Juan Puerto Rico

NOVEMBER 5-9, 2018

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Exhibitor at the 25th Annual FCCA Cruise Line Conference and Trade Show (#D2).

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(787) 497-0007 – Office

(718) 809-0034 – Cell

mark@bikerentpuertorico.com

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Good Times at Casa Bacardi

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Florida Caribbean Cruise Association

The FCCA is a not-for-profit trade organization composed of 18 member cruise lines operating nearly 200 vessels in Floridian, Caribbean and Latin American water.

25th ANNUAL FCCA CRUISE CONFERENCE & TRADE SHOW | NOVEMBER 5-9, 2018

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Sponsors of the Event

Puerto Rico’s strategic geographic location and economic incentives deliver unique advantages that few other locations can provide. – Puerto Rico Tourism Company

Booth #D2 EXHIBITOR bike rent puerto rico.co

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Event held at the Puerto Rico Convention Center

100 Calle Guamaní
San Juan, Puerto Rico
Phone: (787) 641-7722

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Puerto Rico Convention Center

The Puerto Rico Convention Center is the largest and most technologically advanced in the Caribbean. Let our dedicated and experienced staff help you plan the perfect event from start to finish. Enter your email and our team will contact you promptly. (learn more)

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TOURISM BUSINESS LEADERSHIP

Puerto Rico’s strategic geographic location and economic incentives deliver unique advantages that few other locations can provide. – Puerto Rico Tourism Company

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Castillo San Felipe del Morro

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Visit Castillo San Felipe del Morro in Old San Juan Puerto Rico

Castillo San Felipe del Morro also known as Fuerte San Felipe del Morro or Castillo del Morro, is a 16th-century citadel located in San Juan, Puerto Rico.

On the northeastern-most point of the islet of Old San Juan, Castillo San Felipe del Morro is named in honor of King Philip II of Spain. The fortification, also referred to as el Morro or ‘the promontory,’ was designed to guard the entrance to the San Juan Bay, and defend the Spanish colonial port city of San Juan from seaborne enemies.

In 1983, the citadel was declared a World Heritage Site by the United Nations in conjunction with the San Juan National Historic Site. Over two million visitors a year explore the castillo, making it one of Puerto Rico’s leading tourist attractions. Facing the structure, on the opposite side of the bay, a smaller fortification known as El Cañuelo complemented the castillo’s defense of the entrance to the bay.

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The images in this post are taken by Mark Derho. Please feel free to use freely to promote Puerto Rico without attribution; but not represented as your original content for sale (i.e. you may not sell these images). Social media sharing, reference and attribution is appreciated – please attribute Bike Rent Puerto Rico.

ASOCIACION DE FOTOPERIODISTAS DE PUERTO RICO

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Images from the ASOCIACION DE FOTOPERIODISTAS DE PUERTO RICO

The gallery contains reproductions of powerful original photographs no display at the ASOCIACION DE FOTOPERIODISTAS DE PUERTO RICO – reproductions by Mark Derho.
 

Things to Do in Puerto Rico

When considering things to do in Puerto Rico, we enjoyed an interesting and free historical tour of the ASOCIACION DE FOTOPERIODISTAS DE PUERTO RICO installation, in August 2018.

We were particularly moved by the beautiful and poignant protest photos, and images of the Puerto Rican people bravely protesting authoritarian rule, and being tear-gassed for peacefully protesting.


 

Dr. Bailey K. Ashford

Dr. Bailey K. Ashford cured approximately 300,000 Puerto Rican’s (1/3 of Puerto Rico population) of Hookworm and saved their lives.  – Wiki

 
Colonel Bailey K. Ashford (September 28, 1873 – September 10, 1934) was an American physician who had a military career in the United States Army, and afterward taught full-time at the School of Tropical Medicine, which he helped establish in San Juan.

A pioneering physician in the treatment of anemia, while stationed in Puerto Rico Ashford organized and conducted a parasite treatment campaign against hookworm, which cured approximately 300,000 persons (one-third of the Puerto Rico population). This reduced the death rate from associated anemia by 90 percent. He was a founding member of the Puerto Rico Anemia Commission

 

Ashford Residence

In his honor, the main avenue in the San Juan, Puerto Rico district of “El Condado”, bears his name as does Ashford Presbyterian Community Hospital, also in Condado. His home in Condado, the Ashford Residence is being preserved and renovated and currently houses the ASOCIACION DE FOTOPERIODISTAS DE PUERTO RICO.

In 1941, The American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, established the “Bailey K. Ashford Medal”. This is awarded for distinguished work in tropical medicine to a worker in his or her early or mid-career. The first person to receive the award was Lloyd E. Rozeboom. The medal is awarded every year, and more than one award may be given.

Dr. Ashford died on September 10, 1934, in his home in San Juan. His remains were interred in Puerto Rico National Cemetery in the city of Bayamón.

Introduction to the History of Puerto Rico

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Learn About the History of Puerto Rico Before Visiting

Introduction to the History of Puerto Rico is the gathering of information about an American Story – both interesting and inspirational to people that want to support this wonderful interlaced community!

In 1898, following the Spanish–American War, the United States acquired Puerto Rico under the terms of the Treaty of Paris. The treaty took effect on April 11, 1899.

 

Many local people I’ve met have expressed mixed-feelings about the status of Puerto Rico as US Territory or a potential US State. – Mark

 

History of Puerto Rico / USA

Puerto Ricans are by law citizens of the United States and may move freely between the island and the mainland.[25] As it is not a state, Puerto Rico does not have a vote in the United States Congress, which governs the territory with full jurisdiction under the Puerto Rico Federal Relations Act of 1950.

 

Indigenous People History of Puerto Rico

Originally populated by the indigenous Taíno people, the island was claimed in 1493 by Christopher Columbus for Spain during his second voyage. Later it endured invasion attempts from the French, Dutch, and British. Four centuries of Spanish colonial government influenced the island’s cultural landscapes with waves of African slavesCanarian, and Andalusian settlers. In the Spanish Empire, Puerto Rico played a secondary, but strategic role when compared to wealthier colonies like Peru and the mainland parts of New Spain.[22][23]

 

The Capitol of Puerto Rico

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Safety-first Bike Rental

Who likes to ride bikes safely in San Juan Puerto Rico?

Inexpensive Things To Do in Puerto Rico

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“”To Share our Passion for Puerto Rico and Bicycles with the World”.
“¡Para compartir nuestro amor por Puerto Rico y Ciclismo!”.


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There Are Many Enchanted Things To Do in Puerto Rico

Have you made your “Things to do in Puerto Rico” list yet? There are so many wonderful things to do in Puerto Rico – aptly known as “The Enchanted Island”! You can also see more of Puerto Rico with a beach cruiser bike rental than you would by just walking.

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Start with the Amazing Weather

80’s and gorgeous all of the time, barring storms.

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Here’s a few of MARK’S favorite Puerto Rico Sightseeing experiences.

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Mark’s Favorite Things To Do in Puerto Rico … so far!

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1. Snorkeling in Culebra

We had so much fun that we went back again, and again.

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2. Jet-Skiing in Santurce, Puerto Rico

See the GoPro Video from Mark Jet-Skiing in Santurce in 2016!

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3. Sightseeing at El Yunque Rainforest

We were fortunate to see the rainforest before the hurricane.

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Puerto Rico is Amazing by Any Name

Puerto Rico is Spanish for “Rich Port” – officially the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico or “Estado Libre Asociado de Puerto Rico”. The literal translation is “Free Associated State of Puerto Rico”, and was briefly called Porto Rico. The wonderful island is an unincorporated territory of the United States and is located in the northeast Caribbean Sea, approximately 1,000 miles (1,600 km) southeast of Miami, Florida.

An archipelago among the Greater Antilles, Puerto Rico includes the main island of Puerto Rico and a number of smaller ones, such as Mona, Culebra, and Vieques.

The capital and most populous city is San Juan, where Bike Rent Puerto Rico is headquartered. The official languages are Spanish and English although Spanish dominates in the local culture while English is most-popular among tourists.

The island’s population is 3.4 million approximately. Puerto Rico’s culture and history, tropical climate, natural scenery, traditional cuisine, and tax incentives make it a destination for travelers from around the world.

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The Enchanted Island also welcomes more than 6-million tourists annually. bike rent puerto rico recommends a premium yet cost-effective Beach Cruiser Bike Rental or a guided San Juan Bike Tour, if you are visiting Old San Juan. Mention this blog post online or on social media, then show it to us and SAVE 20% inside the store!

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Knowledge of History Leads to Authentic Experiences

Are you more interested right now in the History of Puerto Rico?

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Priority Coast Beach Cruiser Bike Rental

The Best Beach Cruiser Bicycles available anywhere in San Juan for rental (2019).

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Who Is Liana Fiol Matta?

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Who Is Liana Fiol Matta?

Liana Fiol Matta was the 16th Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Puerto Rico, serving from April 11, 2014 to February 1, 2016.

 Liana Fiol Matta born 1946) is a Puerto Rican jurist and formerly the 16th Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Puerto Rico. Fiol was born in Rio Piedras, Puerto Rico and is the second woman in Puerto Rican history to serve in the highest court of the island as well as being the second woman to hold the post of Chief Justice.

Miriam Naveira de Merly was the first woman to serve on the Supreme Court of Puerto Rico as well as the first female Chief Justice.

Brief Biography of Liana Fiol Matta

Fiol received her Law degree from the University of Puerto Rico, Magna Cum Laude, and later her Masters and Doctorate degree from Columbia University. She was a law professor in Puerto Rico during the 1980s until she was appointed Judge of the Court of Appeals of Puerto Rico by Governor Rafael Hernández Colón. She held that seat until 2003, when Governor Sila Calderónappointed her to the Supreme Court. She was confirmed by the Senate and began her duties on February, 2004. At present besides being an Associate Justice of the Puerto Rico Supreme Court, she is a Tenured Professor at the University of Puerto Rico School of Law. On April 11, 2014, Fiol Matta became the 16th Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Puerto Rico, after being nominated by Governor Alejandro García Padilla, thus succeeding Federico Hernández Denton as court chief justice. Served as Chief Justice until her retirement on February 1, 2016.

Justice Fiol Matta was perceived as the leading liberal voice in the Puerto Rican high court ntil her retirement.

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Choosing a World-Class Beach Cruiser Bicycle and Meeting Dave Weiner (again) from Priority Bicycles

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Meeting Dave Weiner & Priority Bicycles

… chronicling major development in our journey to become the best-run and most socially-connected bike rental and bike tour business in Puerto Rico – and the world. The following is a brief summary and our story of meeting Dave Weiner & Priority Bikes – July 2018.

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Priority Bicycles Carbon Fiber No-Chain Bikes

Priority Bicycles Makes Amazing Modern Premium Unique Carbon Fiber Belt-driven Bicycles

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Dave Weiner & Priority Bicycles

I briefly met Dave Weiner as a competitor in 2016, at the meeting at The Citadel in Central Park to publicly review the Central Park Bike Rental Concession (RFP).

After leading the winning effort and acquiring the exclusive 6-year contract for bicycle rental inside Central Park and NYC Parks; Dave contacted me about the possibility of purchasing a fleet of Priority Bicycles for Bike Rent NYC. I researched the bicycles and his local NYC-based business, and realized that these high-quality bikes would offer better ROI over a two-year period (or longer), as opposed to churning the fleet annually with less-expensive bicycles. I expressed this conclusion to the owner of Bike Rent NYC but he decided against the purchase.

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Dave and I stayed connected on LinkedIn, and once again spoke in 2017. I had called Dave for a quote when writing the business plan and proposal for a real-estate and management company that was considering sponsoring a bike share program in Connecticut. The plan featured Priority Bicycles and accessories, and the implementation of a cutting-edge Dockless Bike Share technology from Donkey Republic – based in Copenhagen.

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Today we met 1-1 and in-person for the first time at the showroom located at 175 Hudson in New York City. I was very impressed with the big windows and large open minimalist space, it was more like a Soho Art Gallery than what I expect from a bicycle showroom. The difference was that the variety of Priority Bicycles were the art pieces displayed. A central kitchen and bar are near the entrance and there were no visible desks or cubicles.

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Talking Bikes with Dave Weiner

Dave and I “talked bikes” as I am considering Priority Bicycles and the primary supplier for the beach bike rental fleet I need to acquire for service in Juan, Puerto Rico – launching in 2019.

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Dave’s internal marketing and PR are phenomenal, he and Priority Bikes are often featured in the press: Why This CEO Quit His Job to Pursue a Childhood Dream (inc.com).

We also discussed-agreed that…

 “a technology background is a distinct competitive advantage for any small businesses, and that the advantage extends through production, operations, and sales and marketing”.

As a successful small business owner (SBO) and the former CEO of an International Software Company, Dave has unique insight.

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The next step is to test the Priority Coast Beach Cruiser Bicycle. I’ll post the results on this blog when ready.

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Thank you for reading, Mark

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Priority Coast Beach Cruiser Bicycle

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