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Old 10-27-21, 08:33 PM
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Interesting bikes.

I am pretty sure both of these are owned by the same guy.

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What's with the blue tires on the ground?
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What's interesting?
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Please tell me that it doesn't have to do with social distancing. Bikes cannot transmit the 'rona to one another.
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Old 10-28-21, 07:10 AM
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The blue spaced tires are interesting.
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Originally Posted by grant40 View Post
I am pretty sure both of these are owned by the same guy.

Putting the lie to the idea that a picture is worth a thousand words?

Maybe explaining why you think they're interesting might be a good idea. Because right now, all I get is people set up handlebars in ways I wouldn't like riding. This is not surprising.
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I'm feeling the nonfiled cutoff bars. I mean, really feeling them. There's a dangerous situation waiting for an opportunity. Both of them set up to do some slicing/dicing.
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Old 10-28-21, 10:11 AM
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Might not be street legal. Many states require both a front and rear brake. Though none enforce it. However a clever attorney might use that to their advantage if any injury case was to go to court.
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Originally Posted by Fredo76 View Post
What's with the blue tires on the ground?
bike social distancing
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On bike 2 the knee-activated downtube shifter is kind of interesting, and that the saddle and stem share the same angle is at least funny.
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Bull horns, ready to gore.
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The radially spoked cut-out high flange hubs are likely to break before the month is over.
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