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    Brompton Folding Bike Will Debut In 2010's "Morning Glory"

    Here is something to look foward to (and even gloat for) next year. This motion picture is scheduled to be released to theatres in July 2010. The Brompton bicycle will be a very important prop for "Morning Glory" as the article below with sneak peek photos shows:

    http://nycewheels.com/morning-glory-bike.html

    I myself look foward to movies like this one. This seems to be one of the first recent films or videos that take bikes, much less a folding one, more seriously beyond a kid's toy-or just for some man that never grew up emotionally. Especially here in the United States or even North America. I hope Dahons & other folding bikes have a crack at Hollywood in the future too.
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    Holy cow.

    Rachel McAdams (therefore romantic drama). Patrick Wilson as male lead (?romantic counterpart). Indiana Jones marries Annie Hall as parents of one of the couple, and Jeff Goldblum as talking fly/pet/mascot gifted in mathematics. Yay.

    Brompton looks awesome, as usual... I want one.

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    Ah, I remember the Klein used as a prop in the very popular Seinfeld shows.

    Result of this exposure? I dunno. Klein isn't an active marque anymore.

    tcs
    "When man first set woman on two wheels with a pair of pedals, did he know, I wonder, that he had rent the veil of the harem in twain? A woman on a bicycle has all the world before her where to choose; she can go where she will, no man hindering." The Typewriter Girl, 1899.

    "Every so often a bird gets up and flies some place it's drawn to. I don't suppose it could tell you why, but it does it anyway." Ian Hibell, 1934-2008

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