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Old 11-13-13, 01:06 PM   #1
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Bicycle Oddities, Post your Pics!

i ride and walk all over NYC and the outer boroughs, and im always checking out what people are riding and whats locked up. Here in NYC, we have some wacky bikes.

Heres a bike i saw on canal street with a pretty cool saddle, made out of sheet metal! Thats gonna be fun in the winter


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Old 11-14-13, 12:41 AM   #2
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If I wanted to craft a tool that could quickly slice through my femoral artery that's what it would look like.
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The sheet metal is what is left of the saddle that was...
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The sheet metal is what is left of the saddle that was...
When I was a kid all my bikes came with vinyl covered metal sprung saddles with about an 1/8" of low density foam "padding". Then I made the quantam leap to a Raleigh Grand Prix with a genuine Brooks.
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Am I seeing that correctly? A chainsaw driving the chain and powering the bicycle? Talk about a weird hybrid drive system.
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The sheet metal is what is left of the saddle that was...
ah that makes sense
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bad ass! lol
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Am I seeing that correctly? A chainsaw driving the chain and powering the bicycle? Talk about a weird hybrid drive system.
...and it folds so you can take it on the train at rush hour.
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...and it folds so you can take it on the train at rush hour.
Somehow I think that might be considered a banned item on a train.
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and the most convenient part is that it is a folder making it easier to transport to the zombies!
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Would ride!

Also, take that runners in the bike lane!
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