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Went 4 a ride two the lake front and see the sexiest bike ever and the girls on it was pretty two, lol what do u look at 1st the girl or the bike lol loved the bike a yellow trek 

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I'm red hot, Chilly/Red Hot Chili, I'm Anthony Kiedis
My spirit smells teenage
And Chi-town's feeling excellent
We hit them with the President
See we set the precedent

Francisco Rubio said:
Lol 

SomeBiker said:
people do call chicago chi town.  Just not the ones from the north side.  But is most of the north really even chicago? >br/>
Epic Typttoo!
What's everyone's problem here? Isn't this a post about cute girls on great bikes. Forget what you may or may not call Chicago, how about your thoughts about girls on bikes. Personally I think everyone looks better on a bike and that certainly includes girls of all ages.
Thank you!!! And yes they r lol 

Ken Gray said:
What's everyone's problem here? Isn't this a post about cute girls on great bikes. Forget what you may or may not call Chicago, how about your thoughts about girls on bikes. Personally I think everyone looks better on a bike and that certainly includes girls of all ages.

True. What the problem is not using all the keys on the keyboard to spell words to have a discussion. Unless you can access this site on a web enabled phone that still shares 3-4 letters for each number.

 


Ken Gray said:

What's everyone's problem here? Isn't this a post about cute girls on great bikes. Forget what you may or may not call Chicago, how about your thoughts about girls on bikes. Personally I think everyone looks better on a bike and that certainly includes girls of all ages.

The term Chi-Town was quite popular with real Chicago people when I was growing up on the West Side in the 1950s and 60s. And drag racing fans will remember the Chi-Town Hustler.

 

I kind'a figure that people who deplore the term are often transplanted rubes who live in one of the youth ghettos and want to appear "authentic".

Things like this are why god doesn't talk to us anymore.

Spencer "Thunderball" Thayer! said:
Chi-town, chai-town, chi-tizzy, shy-town.

I kind'a figure that people who deplore the term are often transplanted rubes who live in one of the youth ghettos and want to appear "authentic".

 

what he said

-Town

I was born and raised in Chicago.  I've never lived anywhere but here.  The use of "Chi-Town" has always been around in my circles and has been perfectly acceptable.  I propose we rename this site......The Chi-Town Chainlink!!  Ok, maybe not.  :)

 

 

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