One of the earliest examples of double entendre in American culture was the late 19th-century vaudeville act, the Barrison Sisters. They danced, raising their skirts slightly and asking the audience: "Would you like to see my p*ssy After an enthusiastic response, they would raise up their skirts, revealing live kittens secured over their crotches.
Holey smokes! I wish this would come over here, I suppose the pricepoint would be between a Pista and a Pista Concept.
The North American Concept comes stock with Sram cranks and Cane Creek wheels.....The one above comes stock with Mavic Ellipse wheels and Campy Record cranks. I would wager the Euro version is quite a bit more $ than the N.A. Concept. If it is cheaper than the Concept I would be all over that.
P.S. whats with the suits?
'05 Urbanite Fixie, '06 Lemond Croix de Fer, '06 Jamis Dragon Pro, '07 IRO Bikeforums Track, '07 Planet-X Uncle John
To any UofT undergrads we have in the house:
There is a referendum coming up, and Bikechain needs to pass a student levy. Having finished its first year of operation successfully, funds are now needed from the student body. New funding will allow Bikechain to flourish into the large-scale project that it needs to be. The proposed levy will be 25 cents per session.
Vote at polling stations on campus from Oct 11-13. IT IS IMPORTANT THAT YOU VOTE! Don't let group mentality dissuade you from voicing your opinion. We need a turnout of 2100 voters, and it's a close call every year. Voter turnout is our biggest obstacle.
Bikechain is a FREE bike repair and education facility. The idea is to promote green healthy living in the big city. If your bike is broken, in need of a tune-up, rusty, or in need of some lovin', bring it in to Bikechain!
Bicycle broken? We'll fix it for free, and teach you how to do it so that you can repair it yourself next time.
Want to do it yourself? Come in and use our tools..
Bicycle enthusiast? Come in and meet some cool, like-minded people. Participate in our info sessions and bicycle seminars. Learn how to ride a fixie, winterize your bike, or do a simple tune-up.
Need a tea or coffee? We have a kettle. And recycled plastic mugs for sale.
Bikechain has a beautiful new location!
International Student Centre
Cumberland House, 33 St. George St., just north of College St. (see map below)
Open every afternoon, Mon-Fri. 12-5
We have a tentative schedule for campaigning and there is lots of open space for people who would like to help out. If you are interested in volunteering or would like more information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 416-978-6849 .