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    Worlds Biggest Bicycle

    Here's a bicycle that's 42 feet high and weights 3 tons!

    http://www.rediff.com/news/2005/jan/13jafri.htm

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    Too bad it's not a bicycle...

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    trycycle

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    Quote Originally Posted by WorldWind
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    nice typo...subtle..yet effective

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    That looks similar to the bike Cannondale designed for Shaq.
    "I'm your huckleberry."

    MTB, SS MTB, and Road

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    If he had used two wheels + training wheels he could still call it a bicycle.

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    I can only think of advantages with this bike: no lock needed; too damn big and high to steal and wouldn't you pretty much be able to spot the thief from anywhere? You'll be able to see above all the traffic; heck you'd be able to see above the city. You can get take-out from the revolving restaurant at the CN tower here in Toronto. No worries about traffic; you'd take up the entire road! I think I want one. LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by powers2b
    nice typo...subtle..yet effective
    Thanks, itís nice when someone gets it.

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