Saw this on mtbr, thought I'd pass it along:
That seat looks like a prostrate pounder. Or a Ti paper airplane.
I'm not one for fawning over bicycles, but I do believe that our bikes communicate with us, and what this bike is saying is, "You're an idiot." BikeSnobNYC
or something that will remove body parts.
Wow @ that Serotta.
Wow, yeah, that Serotta is nuts.
Also, why do people give their bikes lame names like Blackbird? Give a bike a name with some panache, like D. Rutherford Wallingsfordworth, Esq. or Manuel Stimulation.
Originally Posted by Shiznaz
blackbird because that's the plane from the xmen and that plane's super badass? that's my only guess
edit: and what's up with those clips?
**** that noise, THIS is what's up!
"Here... mebbe an *original* Schwinn Paramount Team 6-Day bike works better for ya. It's circa 1938 and is probably the start of the high-end lug scene for the USA. This one is numbered "1"."
Originally Posted by wearyourtruth
What is that thing? I'd like to see more details of the frame. Please?
its a huffy
The first rule of flats is You don't talk about flats!
check ou this huffy
not a 2ksuck'r
Bruce Gordon ti mini clips. Hopefully those are "display only" as well given that tall looking gear ratio.Originally Posted by dblock
they don't look too secure
Matt Chester made some cool Ti track frames.
that saddle looks comfy!
So kinda off-topic, but I've always wondered why they don't still make stems like the one on that Paramount. Adjustable is good, no? Maybe it's just too heavy with the added hardware? Still, it's gorgeous.
does anyone know what company saddle that ti one is?
Some still do.Originally Posted by kyselad
Term said it was custom made in Italydoes anyone know what company saddle that ti one is?
By a company called Castrati.Originally Posted by Soil_Sampler
He also said it was a display only saddle.
Yep! singing falsetto...forever!Originally Posted by wroomwroomoops
Wow, that is quite the collection of bikes, is this guy in the business or something? Love the Serotta.
Originally Posted by jet sanchEz