That's right, reader "Metal B" of Corvallis, OR has sent me the above logic-defying image. He also informs me there are a lot of alpacas around Corvallis, so my advice if you live there is to evacuate as quickly as possible because you likely reside in Ground Zero for the Apocalypse.
Due to these extenuating circumstances, I'm excusing any and all Corvallisites from today's pop quiz, but the rest of you are not so lucky. The following quiz is composed of items that have recently come to my attention, many of which were forwarded by readers. As always, read the question and choose an answer. If you are correct, you'll see the item. If you are incorrect, you'll see perhaps the only thing that can save us.
Good luck, and ride safe this weekend.
Reclusive shark-jumping blogger Rip Torn's Mug Shot has just been published in which periodical?
Which periodical would appear to have recently adopted RTMS's open-source journalistic template for reporting on the fixed-gear phenomenon?
A former member of which pioneering New York City hardcore band is currently training for a triathlon?
According to a recent New York Times article, more and more high-end bike customers are:
"USMBL" stands for "Under Saddle-Mounted Brake Lever":
If you act quickly, you can snag a cycling cap on eBay which incorporates the NJS logo into the logo of which iconic brand (and which is totally free from "smells")?
Which company is about "Questioning stodgy rims and embracing our own, unique perspective. Rising above the nameless masses and laying claim to club rides. Breaking away from the pack and forcing acknowledgment of one true, rising star."?
According to a 1950 film on bicycle safety, cyclists are: