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Old 02-08-08, 04:41 PM   #1
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Calfee ups the ante again

these are the sexiest things i've seen in a while

so you've probably seen this bike


and this bike


but now (at NAHBS 08) check this out







don't know why they used a one-piece crank, but other than that i'm in loooooove.
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Old 02-08-08, 05:35 PM   #2
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That is an imaginative use of horn, no doubt!

AND I GET TO SEE THIS STUFF TOMORROW :d !

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I'd hate to crash on that thing.
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Snap!
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you simply dont crash ....thinkin i'll get me an Elephant tusk and build me a recumbent.....
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I don't know about that...horn is actually extremely tough, and flexible. The lugs are particularly interesting. I'm going to take a close look at this bike when I see it.

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That is cool! Mosh, a company for BMX products had a line that looked like wood. It was cool as well, but the real thing is even better.
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The Calfee cow horn and bamboo lugged bike is definitely on the list of 'must see' items. Fuxxbox, do you have a link for the Mosh bikes?

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That Calfee is very, very cool. I wouldn't want it for myself but it showcases the passion and aesthetic ideas of Mr. Calfee. Awesome
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The Calfee cow horn and bamboo lugged bike is definitely on the list of 'must see' items. Fuxxbox, do you have a link for the Mosh bikes?

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I can't find it, it was a while ago. But here is a link to the site http://moshparts.com/
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