Nick, a challenger has appeared

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boostuv
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stefb
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That is awesome.

I did see a dude on a tall bike ON the jail trial yesterday. He was a bearded dude who looked like he had a positive opinion on punk rawk and PBR


reddan
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Truly cool. Dude needs to move his seat up a bit or something, though…I can hear his knees whimpering from here.


brian j
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That would have come in handy to negotiate the flooded streets during yesterday’s storm!


Astrobiker
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Now that’s rolling resistance.


Pseudacris
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I guess if your tires are wide enough you don’t need a kickstand.


cburch
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not quite as big, but much easier to acquire: http://www.dirtragmag.com/webrag/surly-moonlander-real


Erica
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^^^There’s one of those at thick, I think.


brian j
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That’s a Pugsley, methinks. The Moonlander has bigger tires.


Nick D
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Wow. I thought about building a bike based off a set of car wheels, but it would be hard to build the drive train without a lathe and a mill.


cburch
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Yeah chris has a pugsley. The moonlander isn’t available for a few more months.


dmtroyer
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THis is the best thread I could find with the terrible built in forum search… but without further ado…


cburch
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glad the front has aerobars…


cburch
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Get off my profile stef !


StuInMcCandless
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I love the pink chains.


Nick D
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Crap. I guess I have to build one now. Maybe I’ll one-up them with cable driven steering that links the stokers bars into the steering system.


StuInMcCandless
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boostuv
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I love seeing aero bars in a non-aero position.


edmonds59
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Anaerobic bars?

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