As always, study the item, think, and click on your answer. If you're right you'll see confirmation, and if you're wrong you'll see why Urban Outfitters is probably entering the "fixie" market at exactly the right time.
Thanks very much for reading, make safety the aesthetic centerpiece of your groupo, and avoid sidewalk riding and "twatcrusts" whenever possible.
1) July is:
--butt crack season
2) What is this?
--A vintage, well-skated Nash Executioner
--A cheap skateboard-to-roller-skate conversion (roller skates are the new skateboard)
--A cute little homemade R2-D2/WALL-E-esque robot
--Just some road debris
3) Finally, some age-appropriate behavior! How old is this trackstander?
4) Why is this Brooklyn bike lane all sandy?
--A production company is filming a movie about cycling in the late 19th century and it's supposed to be a dirt road
--There was an oil spill
--It's part of the "Bike Lanes to Beaches" project
--It's part of a citywide program of fixed-gear skid-facilitation
5) This brake lever position is known as:
--The "Come Hither"
--The "Wild Boar"
6) Garmin-Slipstream are now mounting a challenge to Lance Armstrong and Astana in the competition for the Maillot Célébrité.
7) The Caucasian Dashiki x Crocs "collabo" is the newest ironic look to "drop" at Urban Outfitters:
8) Sweet! It's a tall bike ________:
--top tube pad
9) For maximum "street cred," always perform your intersection track stand:
--on a Bianchi Pista
--at least two feet in front of the crosswalk
--while wearing a helmet
--in front of an oncoming truck
10) Which rider waited for the light to turn green before crossing the intersection? The guy on the bicycle wearing the blazer, or the guy on the motorcycle wearing the "Brooklyn's Most Wanted" leather vest?
***Special Retina-Searing Über-Custom Bicycle Bonus Question***
Which "colorway" is this Seven? (Note day-glo chain hanger.)
--"John Slawta Freakout"
--All of them