Tuesday, March 10, 2015

If I Could Save Time in a Bottle, Just Think How Much Time I'd Save On The Bike With Two Bottles on My Shins!

Dear Wildcat Rock Machine,

In the wake of the CIRC report, should I divest myself of my US Postal bicycle holdings now, or should I hope they appreciate in value over time due to the irony factor?

--Fictional Writer Of Letter Actually Composed By Blogger As A Contrived and Transparent Rhetorical Device

Dear Fictional,

You raise a compelling fiscal question.  It remains to be seen whether your bicycle will appreciate in value over the long term, or whether the market already hit "maximum irony" with the USADA Reasoned Decision and the Oprah confession.  We may just need to watch this auction closely and see:



Up for sale is a Trek USPS  road bike with Spinergy wheels.  I think it's a 52 cm bicycle.  The stand over height is 29" or 29.5" the bike does shows some signs of usage but is still in great condition and rides great . Dura- Ace components Please pay with PayPal within 2 days of auction end .  Bike will not come with pedals or triathlon bars as seen in pictures .  No returns , sale is final . Thank you 

Nice Spinergys, but it doesn't come with the triathlon bars?!?

Now that's a dealbreaker.

Speaking of divesting yourself of your holdings, a family in the Toronto suburbs has gone car-free, and they've made the news for it:



What?  No car?!?  So how did they do it?  Sure, I've heard of people not owning cars, but they're usually world-famous musicians who live in the middle of Manhattan and get driven to and from airports:


(I don't own a car, but fortunately all those Uber drivers do.)

Well, as it turns out, going car-free in the Toronto suburbs is easy.  All you have to do is quit your pesky job, which is apparently an option for people in Canada:

“We sat down and did the math and basically worked out (that) what I was paying in daycare and for my car (meant) I was working so I could have a car so I could be very tired,” she said

So you mean to tell me that in 2015 a Canadian family of five (5) can still survive on a single income while living in a major metropolitan area?  Jeez.  I doff my toque to you, Great White North:


(My toque.)

Anyway, once that inconvenient job was out of the way, it merely became a simple matter of saying "Fuck it, we're getting rid of a Hyundai."  Oh, and buying a folding bike:

The Hyundai was the first to be sold. Once he figured out that the GO train fare was less than the price of downtown parking, Kevin stopped driving to work. He rides a folding bike 10 minutes between home and the station and then between Union Station and his office near University Ave. and Dundas St. He has become such an enthusiastic cyclist, he will occasionally bike all the way and he figures he’s dropped between 10 and 20 pounds.

See that?  The American Dream is alive and well, only it's taunting us from just north of the border.

Meanwhile, here in New York City, the new taxi driver exam is focussing more on safety and less on geography:



If you're like me you were probably shocked to learn that New York City taxi drivers have to take any kind of exam, much less one that tests geography and safety, since the two qualities most commonly associated with cabbies are "reckless" and "lost."  But apparently they really do have to take an exam, and apparently it's even "rigorous:"

Knowing how to get around the five boroughs of New York City — understanding not just the geography, but the nuances of timing and the endless exceptions to every rule — is part of driving a yellow cab here. And as part of their training, New York cabbies have long had to face a rigorous set of geography questions on the 80-question test they must pass to get a license. Landmarks and popular destinations were on the test, but so were less familiar streets and alternate routes. It was not quite “The Knowledge,” the test London cabbies spend years preparing for, but even drivers from the city found it daunting.

Ah, "The Knowledge."  Remember my Brooks Inspector Gadget jacket?


Well, I had to go to some street in Shoreditch to get fitted for it, and the cabbie couldn't find the street, so I had to look it up on my phone for him.

So either "The Knowledge" is overrated, or else the guy who fitted me for my jacket is so goddamn disgustingly cool that even London cabbies can't find him.

And scoff if you will, but the jacket is amazing and I wear it all the time. Yes, it is very expensive, but you can always get one of these from Rivendell instead:


It's made from a very similar fabric but it's a fraction of the cost, and as you can see you can use the savings to buy a second top tube...and a Brooks.

That way, all my sponsors win.


(Subliminal message compelling you to buy...buy...buy...)

Anyway, sure, all of this is probably a boondoggle to make it easier for the TLC can compete with Uber, but when it comes to taxi drivers I'm totally fine with prioritizing safety over knowledge--though others seem to feel differently:

“If I got into a cab and the driver didn’t know where Penn Station was, that’d be ridiculous,” said Carolyn Baker, a lifelong New Yorker who has been taking cabs for more than 50 years. “I mean, would you hire a chef who never fried an egg?”

If you're a "lifelong New Yorker" then you can take the three fucking seconds to tell the driver where Penn Station is--and even if the driver doesn't know where it is before he starts driving I guarantee he will by the end of his first day.  In fact, test or no, by the end of the first week that same clueless driver will be able to find Penn Station, Grand Central, the Port Authority Bus Terminal, all three airports, and the homes of two or three celebrities--not to mention witnessing various sex acts in the back seat that he never knew existed.  Plus, what's worse: a driver who doesn't know where Penn Station is, or a driver who attempts to run over a bike messenger and instead severs a tourist's leg?

It's easy to give directions; it's a lot harder to give someone back a limb.

Or, if you don't like it, you could take the bus instead--and on Staten Island the buses are going to have bike racks soon!


Though of the bus drivers don't like it:

City buses on Staten Island will soon sport bike racks as part of a New York City Transit program that bus drivers are already slamming as a surefire way to slow down commuters.

Oh, save it.  I bet you could load 50 bikes onto a bus rack in the time it takes for the average bus passenger to fish out a MetroCard while blocking the entrance.  Watching people board a bus in New York City will dispel any illusions you've ever had about the existence of a so-called "New York minute."  If you've ever wondered what it's like to be inside of a fecal impaction in progress, go ride the bus.  But of course we all know how bus drivers hate getting blamed for stuff:

“The consensus right now — no one’s crazy about it,” said a transit source who works at Staten Island’s Castleton depot. “If the bike falls off, it’s on us. If it gets damaged, it’s on us.”

First they're getting in trouble for running over pedestrians with the right of way, now they've got to worry about a bunch of bikes?!?

It's getting to be like a bus driver can't get fired for texting while driving, then get his job back, then post to Facebook while he's driving the bus about how he wants to kill people, then actually kill someone while speeding, and then call his union representative instead of 911 in this town anymore:

It was the bus driver’s first day back on the job, since he had been previously fired for texting while driving, but the union got him reinstated with only one week of retraining. (Conversation with an MTA exec. said that they knew he was a “problem” but that they were instructed to allow him to drive again and they had no choice.) According to the New York Daily News, the driver had posted to Facebook while he was driving his bus, “Thinking about how many people I want to kill today, including myself” and “I hate these people. I want to kick the (expletive) out of them.” The driver was texting-while-driving; posting messages to Facebook and reading a newspaper all while he was sitting behind the wheel and driving a MTA bus. His driving record also included two red-light violations and a citation for “reckless operation of a bus.” The MTA did suspend the driver and take steps to fire him, but the penalties were curbed by a contract arbitrator who determined that they were too harsh. Instead the driver, was given refresher training and was back driving an express bus on November 4, 2009, which was his very first day back at work when he killed our son, Seth Kahn.

At the end of his run (his bus was “not in service”) at the time he ran over and killed Seth. He was off route without permission. He was speeding around the corner; making a left-hand turn (doing 15 mph, 10 mph above the speed that a bus is supposed to do while making a turn).

The driver’s first phone call after he ran our son over was to his union.

Thanks, De Blasio.

Then again, I suppose it's always possible a bus driver could get some nightmare passenger who's returning from the North American Handmade Bicycle Show, claims the driver is responsible for damaging his stupid $1,000 derailleur pulleys, and then tries to sue the MTA:


(Why not just wear them as earrings?)

Or maybe accuses the driver of scratching his stupid ugly artisanal Softride:


Complete with ridiculous cockpit:


(That's not a cockpit; it's a facactapit.)

That looks like something you'd buy at Williams-Sonoma to chop herbs:


Or even claims the bus driver crushed his bamboo fat bike:


I also wouldn't blame a female bus driver for "accidentally" crushing one of these:



Signorina (young woman in Italian) is a unique 16-pound bicycle with frameset constructed entirely of carbon fiber composite. The sculpted female form is functionally incorporated into a conventional road-racing bicycle configuration. Her responsive geometry is that of today’s best road racers; the double seat tubes help create a very stiff platform. Signorina is equipped with Campagnolo 2014 Super Record components and Campagnolo Bora One 35 wheels.

Signorina was conceived and constructed by Allan Abbott. Abbott has designed and constructed several unique human-powered vehicles; in 1973 he rode the first of these designs to a new paced bicycle speed record of 140.5 mph. Abbott co-authored the book “Human-Powered Vehicles” in 1995.

Interestingly, it seems Allan Abbott forgot to include "registered sex offender"* in his bio:


*[Disclaimer: as far as I can tell, Allan Abbott is not a registered sex offender...yet.]

Though he did manage to squeeze in a rape joke, which is pretty much the same thing:


What a douchebag.

I wanted to learn more about Allan Abbott, but the only thing more dangerous than doing an Internet search for "sex offender" is doing one for "bicycle speed record," and before I knew it I was looking at stuff like this:


Yeah, that's a shin fairing made out of a bottle of Armor All:


I'm assuming he's participating in some kind of triathlon, but they've replaced the running leg with LARPing.

132 comments:

Anonymous said...

podiating yo.

McFly said...

Where's my silver?

Anonymous said...

Antipodean Bronze

RB1 said...

terribly early

RB1 said...

a bit unfair - its nearly impossible to find anything in Shoreditch , although if you look really hard you can find a v nice bike lebeauvelo.co.uk :)

Anonymous said...

Comments were better back in 2007 when it was just pissed of kids from fixed gear gallery and none of this top trumps tennis bullshit.

Paul Bowen said...

Top 10!

P. Bateman said...

Early Birdies GET SOME worms!

P. Bateman said...

OH YEAH! MORE WORMS! slurp.

Anonymous said...

Re the cabbie test: "It was not quite “The Knowledge,” the test London cabbies spend years preparing for..."

It's early March, and I've already read the understatement of the year.

Anonymous said...

"The MTA did suspend the driver and take steps to fire him, but the penalties were curbed by a contract arbitrator who determined that they were too harsh."

It'd be nice if this arbitrator's name was known. For journalistic integrity, of course.

P. Bateman said...

now look, i love the female form and i do love a "Southern Style" mud flap chick as much as the next trucker (http://www.amazon.com/Southern-Style-Mudflap-Confederate-Buckle/dp/B00BTG9JME)

but that "lady in indian" bicycle is pretty damn gross.

who would ride such a thing? probably the same guy i saw that had a personalized tag on his corvette that said: RU18YET

don't these people have mothers? just horrible.

BamaPhred said...

Scranus The first part of the post had me enraged and the second part, well, I'm speechless from laughing so hard. Lemme go slap on a low T and HGH patch I got from the anti aging clinic, pop some corticoids, and get back to you.

PotbellyJoe said...

I took the test to be an NYC Cabbie but scored to high on Empathy and Hygiene.

Jon Webb said...

I wanted to mention that your post yesterday was the most personal and heartfelt thing I've read here.
In other words, you're losing your edge.

Anonymous said...

Geddy Lee probably has a car.

Mr. Heretic said...

Mr. Snob;
Look what the kids are doing back in your old neighborhood.

JB said...

"If you've ever wondered what it's like to be inside of a fecal impaction in progress, go ride the bus."

This is brilliant, accurate, and gross.


Also, cabbies have to pass an 80-question test. The question is how many questions do they need to get correct? More than 50%?

Endo-King said...

I'm sensing a lot of aggression today.

dan said...

The speed record attempts continue -- someone's added a fairing to a citi bike in your part of the world:
https://farm8.staticflickr.com/7578/15528483803_7f61964b45.jpg

katzenfinch said...

Snob, you could have found enough material at the NAHBS to keep you going for a week.

That pointy Cykelmageren bike did a great job of getting attention, but the builder said he preferred to ride the traditional-looking, enclosed-chain city bike at the back of the booth. They do make some ingenious components.

The builder of the nekkid girl bike wasn’t in evidence, but his wife was. I can’t imagine how many times she had to laugh at jokes about double-butted tubing.

bad boy of the north said...

first twenty-five.that's some meat slicer handlebar.yikes!

babble on said...

Meat slicer indeed, and OMG, how incredibly uncomfortable it must be to ride! Better hope your wrists can bend to 90 degrees and stay there indefinitely...

Alex said...

Best in a while.

Barney Fredrickson said...

Uma has become a Byrnista. She does this karate chop thing up and down her arm and constantly babbles about a parallel universe where not only are there no cars but global climate warming//cooling/change has been permanently defeated and it is 70 degrees Fahrenheit (21.111C in Canada) every single day.

C. Stengel said...

Hit it out of the park today Snob.

$1000 derailleur pulleys ...

AMAZIN!

Anonymous said...

That poor kid was murdered by the bus driver in 2009. I don't think DeBlasio gets blame for that one.

BikeSnobNYC said...

Anonymous 11:23am,

That was a sarcastic "Thanks De Blasio," a la "Thanks Obama."

--Wildcat Rock Machine

Adam in Indiana said...

Sadly, neither my wife nor I realized what the design of the Signorina bike was supposed to be when we first saw it... I was up close, looking at the double seat tube, even touching it... I read the little sign that mentioned it was supposed to "evoke the female form" or some such, and thought "oh, yeah, I guess I can see that..." But never went further than that.

Then when we circled around to that aisle for the second time, we came up to that booth and saw the bike from behind... And I suddenly got it. And realized that earlier I had been touching the butt, commenting out loud on "the very interesting design".
>_<

bieks said...

You got your jacket fitted in Shoreditch? Is that short for I'mashoregonnarunniminnadeetch?

And let's be fair to the Toronto family. Their salaries used to be paid in 1.1 American fun dollars, now they're paid in 0.8 American fun dollars. It's just not worth working anymore.

Freddy Murcks said...

Dammit. Someone stole my idea for a boobs and butt bike. I guess that's what I get for posting my conceptual drawings at fixedgeargallery.com. However, it never occurred to me to make the tubes look like fleshy penises, so I guess she's got that going for her.

Freddy Murcks said...

My attempt at humor in the above comment is probably not really that funny. But do you want to know what IS funny? It's 2015 and fixedgeargallery.com is apparently still a thing. People are posting pics of their frankenbikes with their sweet cow horns and no breaks like it's 2007.

balls™ said...

If you want a bike, buy a bike.

If you want an inflatable sex toy, buy an inflatable sex toy.

If you want both items in the same package, please stay inside your home and off the street. Or perhaps just seek your kink on the internet like everyone else.

(Is there a companion to that bike with truck ballz©?)

Penis Williams said...

Yes my sis'tah and I do shave daily but that is just a genetic tic that we have no control over. There is no doping or gender verification in tennis!

Sigma Alpha Epsilon Brother said...

Can I get a TUE for use of the N-word?

Anonymous said...

Prestone Antifreeze~!~

GreySpoke said...

"the double seat tubes have created a very stiff platform"

Fixed it

Anonymous said...

$1,000 derailleur pulleys? If I put them on my 1995 Trek Jetta would be worth $1,050. Damn!

cycle

Anonymous said...

I'm confused. How can a cabbie not know his back seat exists?

janinedm said...

Since so many cyclists read Bike Snob, I'm going to pen an open letter: Dear people who think that there's an "off season" for riding bikes. Welcome back! I'm really happy for you. If you do not have fenders, please consider this when deciding whether to (try to) pass someone. If you need to stand out of your saddle and can't stay in front of a person, let alone drop them. Maybe consider keeping your fender-less a$$ behind them so you don't throw melting snow dirt mush at them. Maybe I'm not passing you to race. Maybe I just don't want to get splattered with H30 for the sake of your ego.

Anonymous said...

http://gothamist.com/2015/03/10/two_injured_after_mini-bus_crashes.php#photo-2

Access A Ride crash? Who would have guessed? They're so much safer than taxis and buses.

JLRB said...

Time (in a soap bottle) isn't holding us

Time (in a soap bottle)isn't after us

Time (in a soap bottle)is a mothafugha

ken e. said...

coveting ti jockey wheels... durache can't be far behind them.

Dooth said...

Pointless steel Danish bike.

Anonymous said...

That Recumbents.com link. PURE FREAKY GOLD.

Anonymous said...

holy fuck that story about the MTA bus driver is terrible. Hopefully the family is suing the shit out of the union that represents the MTA, in addition to the MTA.

crosspalms said...

Since that Abbott guy didn't figure out his bike was stupid and tasteless, it's no wonder he didn't also figure out where to put a rear brake to go with the lever.

Esteemed Commenter DaddoOne said...

hw is our Fondon't coming along?

crosspalms said...

Oops, I just looked at the photos on the Signorina site. The brake is under the bottom bracket. Silly me for not looking there. Maybe it doubles as a kickstand.

JB said...

Crosspalms: Rear brake = knee pads

Doc Splatter said...

I'm going out on a limb and saying janinedm is not into the moneyshot.

Federico F. Fredriksen said...

Anyone else notice the thriftier Inspector Gadget Jacket's identity crisis? On the tag on the outer part of the jacket, it says "Made in the USA for what it's worth" and then the inner tag says "Cotton Proofed-Made in Italy."

dop said...

that cabbie couldn't find his back seat using 2 hands and a map

Anonymous said...

SUNARCS

recumbent conspiracy theorist said...

Recumbabe is all the boobs and butt bike I need.

babble on said...

Janine - I hear you loud and clear! Worse, if you're a girl in heels who passes one of those cat 6 commuters from hell, so very many of them seem compelled to gie it everything they've got to pass you back, because big fat ego. Heaven forbid they should be chicked by a girl in heels on a heavy as fuck step through bike with all the trimmings. Eejits abound.

Speeking of eejits, that daft, misogynistic, dumbass bike builder has a three question survey over there on his 'Signorina' website. I very generously gave him a little piece of my mind. Woulda given him more, 'cept I don't have a whole lotta brains to spare.

dop said...

Janine....we could give that maneuver a name....mobile shoaling perhaps...to get in front for no apparent reason, then camp out

Anonymous said...

"Ah yes, if my bike were a woman."

Yeah or, if you had a girlfriend.

Can't a thing just be a thing? Jeez.

Besides which, if my bike were a woman, she'd have to have some really low self-esteem, because I give her the minimum amount of attention needed to keep her functioning, use her whenever I want, ride her sometimes with no lube, make her do chores & carry heavy stuff in all weather, lock her to a rack, never take her with me inside places, and forget her the minute I walk away.

janinedm said...

babble, oh man. Those Cat 6-ers! I'm generally a mean woman, so when they start with that stuff I respond with the meanest thing a woman can do (according to my brothers), I throw back my head and laugh in the most emasculating way possible. You must tilt your head back for it to work. Or you look over and give them the "bless your heart" smile. (Imagine someone brings a cheese and meat platter to a PETA pot luck) 50% fall back. 50% put it all out there to drop me. Either way, I get my space back, so cool. dop, I don't even mind mobile shoaling (I like the term; I'll use it) so much in concept. If we're about the same speed and you want to be up front, I'm happy to draft off you. But you HAVE TO HAVE FENDERS if the ground is wet.

DB said...

Snob:
I have a USPS cycling vest I'm planning on wearing to the Fondon't if I can make it.
Ill leave it in NYC after the ride.

rural 14 said...

rural 1st!
Fenders still jamming with ice and slush.

The boy killed by a bus - so sad and unnecessary. "no texting / phone using by driver during shift" - grounds for immediate dismissal - why is this something that has to be negotiated?

CommieCanuck said...

Is that Toronto family riding the bus, or is it an AUTONOMOUS DRIVING VEHICLE Google wants to sell white people in San Francisco?

Tech people are very excited about a vehicle you can just enter, and it brings you safely to your destination. I hear they are working a authentic bum pee smell too.

rural 14 said...

CC - why the fuck do we have to deal with "cars that drive themselves" - that's a solution in search of a problem.

Why is this such a big story, when funds spent on mass transit would be far more efficient than solo driverless cars with tech millionaires in the back seats.

So much consumer culture, ie learned consumer culture, is serving to distract and distance us from experience.

But how about some $1,000.00 derailleur pulleys? That's different.

PotbellyJoe said...

I'm not putting fenders on my bike. Although I am aware of my fenderlessness and therefore do not ride directly in front of people.

Sorry not sorry.

(It actually doesn't present too much of a problem for me, I rarely am headed the same way as another rider.)

PotbellyJoe said...

I have a vinyl wall poster, roughly 4' by 6' from my bike shop roughly around 1999-2000. It's from Nike and it has Lance going up an ascent with the background blurred.

White font over the top says, "Based on real events."

I love that poster.

crosspalms said...

I've never been able to match the color of the stripe on my back to the color of my clothes. Not even the mud-colored sweaters. So, fenders for me.

And in good bike-infrastructure news, Chicago's about to start work on a couple of bus rapid transit projects in the Loop that will include protected bike lanes. Even if it means using the bell a lot near the bus shelters it's an improvement.

Cipo said...

I test banged the Signorina. Action sloppy, not tight as I am used to. Reminded me of Paris Hilton at a masked orgy. All plastic. No flesh. No soul. Just say'in ...

Freddie MicroWadd said...

****I EARNED $9,000.00 IN ONE HOUR****

I earned $9,000.00 in one hour acting in a XXX video. I had to have sex with a Signorina Bicycle. I was made up to look like L. A. I wore a US Postal kit from back in the day. Things became a bit blurry after I was administered the drugs. I vaguely recall Johan Bruneel being directly behind me and coming to feeling a bit of colon discomfort. But hey! $9,000. Awesome.

There were also several UCI officials behind me too. I was paid $9,000.00 ca$h. AWESOME!

ken e. said...

for the record, i was joking about ti jockey wheels and recalling the last pair of dura-ace (specific) ones purchased at over $50 canadian bucks. which, (also for the record) currently are still on my CX bike 8 or so years later and look like they are from the set of the flintstones.

Make money and die said...

"...to make it easier for the TLC can compete with Uber...

OW! I'm stupid and this hurts!

for the TLC?

to compete?

Bored and eating at the computer said...

"Though of the bus drivers don't like it:"

Missing word: fuckloads?

babble on said...

Lol!! Aaaah yes, of course. The laugh. I can see how that might be effective, oh mean one, but apparently just passing em is also emasculating.

But wheels with fenders spray, too, if you're going fast enough. That's why the club insists on mud flaps, too. And Potbelly Joe - don't worry: you are not alone. One of the semi-pro racers I know claims not to believe in fenders, of all things. As if they are a figment of our collective imaginations.

For sure they make the bike heavier, fenders, but so does getting waterlogged.

Dave said...

Getting tougher all the time to add humor value through witty commentary to stuff that has already red-lined the ridiculosity meter. You could just post the pics of the sex-toy bike and the pulleys selling for a grand, and end with a Irish setter riding a fixie down a steep hill into a mud-filled sinkhole and let it go at that. Who can even read the verbiage anymore?

Anonymous said...

Yeah I'm the boy in the bubble wearing Armor-All bottles. It was an experiment in speed back in 2005 at the World Human Powered Speed Challenge in Battle Mountain, Nevada. Google that, and you'll see some serious sh*t, like dozens of streamlined enclosed recumbent bicycles going over 70 mph (world record is 83 mph by a Dutch college team). In that bike pictured I went 37 mph, and in a streamliner 61 mph. This is on flat land, no drafting, no wind assistance (wind can't blow more than 3-4 mph for you to set a record)

Amour All said...

My brother used to work for a company that would test materials for their composition, racerhorse urine for doping, human organs for traces of poison or fine whiskey for excessive iron levels. One time some samples were brought in that were being sold at a gym to bodybuilders as 'juice', the result... Armor All. I'd rather have the chopped bottle set-up to enhance my preformance.

McFly said...

That rear angle view of the Signorina was odd. He is getting penetration everywhere except where one gets penetration. He will never make to the level of sex offender with such callous mistakes.

Plus I have not seen him at any of the meetings.

PotbellyJoe said...

Babs, does he have a newsletter? I may want to subscribe.

babble on said...

No, but he makes a metric fucktonne of money in his day job... you could certainly sign up for his financial advice.

Old-timer said...

Lanterne rouge...

JB said...

Funny, I typically don't have a problem being passed by a woman. It gives me some motivation to stay on her wheel...

Mr. Recycle said...

"Yeah I'm the boy in the bubble wearing Armor-All bottles. It was an experiment in speed back in 2005 at the World Human Powered Speed Challenge...In that bike pictured I went 37 mph, and in a streamliner 61 mph."

Did you try to see how fast you could go without the Armor-All bottles?

dop said...

fenders are for commuters who can't shower after coming in to work

dop said...

looked up "2005 World Human Powered Speed Challenge in Battle Mountain, Nevada" on the google. Looks like people having fun with their bikes. Nerd heaven would be winning the 'decimach prize' for riding 82 mph.

assupp said the robot...not a good way to ride, except a prone bike

The 'REAL CIPO' said...

Never used Spinergy wheelset. Always feared Cipo Jr. getting guillotined. Where would I be without him? It? Or as the Super Models call him ...

il grande tubo di carne

JLRB said...

Bikes are for freedom

Bike Clubs sound like a bunch of restrictive rules

As they say in the Pointy underpants of 'Merica - El Paso

Super Id said...

Ego is as ego does ladies.

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