R.I.P. Good Vibes

7 Mar
Huffy “Good Vibrations” Beach Cruiser was pronounced dead at 2:17PM on Monday, March 5, 2012. Good Vibrations suffered severe trauma to the frame as a result of repeated abuse and neglect. A pothole was the proverbial “straw that broke the camel’s back.” Good Vibrations was survived by owner, Melody Litwin. Good Vibrations and Melody enjoyed five and a half happy years together. “I knew she was getting tired in her old age, but I never expected her to go so soon and so suddenly,” mourned Ms. Litwin. “Good Vibrations was always there for me ever since fate brought us together, shortly after my move to Brooklyn. She showed me all the wonderful things New York City has to offer, she always supported my in my endeavors, and she never abandoned me; good times and bad, sun and rain. She will be sorely missed.”
Though Ms. Litwin continues to mourn the loss of beloved friend and bike, Good Vibrations, she also joyously welcomes newcomer CyclePro “Sylvie” Crosstown into her home and heart.

Welcome Sylvie, and best of luck to you in your future together!

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One Response to “R.I.P. Good Vibes”

  1. Stephanie March 7, 2012 at 5:01 pm #

    She was a good ole' girl but — it's nice to see you've moved up to a bike with gears and hand brake. You've moved into the fast lane! Whooo Hoooo!

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