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    A Bike For the 50+ Crowd

    http://www.averagjoe.com/0522b


    Yes, those really are pedals.

    And yes, that is how this thing moves.

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    That'll be the post peak-oil public transit vehicle of the future.

    It's a lot better than that bus that has exercise bikes on it that don't run the bus.
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    Where do I get one
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    Looks like a good idea to me..............peace

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    The carpoolers can use this bike.



    I rode one in Boston. With just the operator and me on it, it flew down the street.

    The Conference Bike

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    Quote Originally Posted by jp173
    http://www.averagjoe.com/0522b


    Yes, those really are pedals.

    And yes, that is how this thing moves.
    I dont mind the others peddaling as long as the beer keeps coming and I'm enjoying the ride.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jp173
    http://www.averagjoe.com/0522b


    Yes, those really are pedals.

    And yes, that is how this thing moves.
    The guy in the blue shirt who is sitting over the fender doesn't appear to have a crank to turn. Seems like he's getting a free ride, kind of like wheelsucking. ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Louis
    The guy in the blue shirt who is sitting over the fender doesn't appear to have a crank to turn. Seems like he's getting a free ride, kind of like wheelsucking. ...
    That has to be the best seat in the house I wonder what the MPG is on that thing?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Artkansas
    The carpoolers can use this bike.

    I rode one in Boston. With just the operator and me on it, it flew down the street.

    The Conference Bike
    "down" being the operative word in that sentence, given the thing's weight.
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    Quote Originally Posted by John E
    "down" being the operative word in that sentence, given the thing's weight.
    Nah, it's probably all carbon fiber

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