Planet Bike Taurus Gloves

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A classic design never goes out of style! Durable pigskin leather palm andThumb with comfortable 4mm foam padding. Breathable crochet back StretchTerryThumb wipe

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Rack for 2010 Ford Taurus?

I just received my new company car and am going from a Ford Freestyle (which had tons of cargo room and enough for my bike) to a 2010 Ford Taurus, which obviously doesn't:mad: I am thinking that installing a hitch and buying a hitch rack would be the best bet. I am totally new to this type of r ... Read More »

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Well, not literally. I do admit that the Taurus X can serve multiple purposes and do a good job every step of the way. [URL="http://forums.mtbr.com/showthread.php?t=397211"]Francis thought the Taurus X was sweet[/URL] and BigLarry was inspired to write up a detailed review of the Taurus X. Click on ... Read More »

This Ford Taurus is sweet!

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