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    Bicycle Hearse



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    Sweet!

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    Seems respectable, I'd allow it. Preferably if a fellow member, either of you two were commandering it.

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    Neato! It's like an Amish pickup truck.

    I think, if I wasn't already planning on being creamated, in order to save the earth and all, that that is probably how I'd like to go out. I'm guessing some of my (cycling) friends might be a bit tour up about about it, though; what with it not being a Surly and all. I'd truly be in it for the, long haul.
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    That wicker casket is to die for!

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    Need a suspension and disc brakes to get out to this place

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    that casket weaving class really paid off

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    That looks like an expensive setup.

    I'm willing to be that, if they cut my arms and legs off, and pack them in front and rear mounted paniers, that they could transport my limbless torso in an iBob trailer, towed behind a conventional bike. That's bound to be cheaper than this special bike-hearse setup.
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    That's the only way they'll get me to ride recumbent.

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    Just seeing that makes wish I was dead.

    Actually that pretty cool. And I like that idea of a natural burial. Cremation or embalming seems like such a waste of bug and worm food.

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    Huh. Well I can see my youngest brother in the seat pedaling, however my BIL would most likely strap a motor on it (as he did to my Sister's mtb in San Antonio) and so I'd be "rolling over in the grave". But the wicker .... I like!

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    when i go, i want the bike to be bamboo and then i want the whole thing to be set on fire like in a viking long boat burial.
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