indeed...but i snickered
smooth and fast?
Ouch..... The squirrel broke the fork? I'm guessing it wasn't steel? Thats crazy
smooth and fast?
Damn roadie and his low spoke count wheel...
Poor squirrel indeed.
That there is good eatin'.
oh god. took me a couple seconds to realize what was up with the fork, etc.
i thought squirrels were like pigeons, isn't there some sort of deal where we stay out of eachother's ways for the most part? poor roadie, i remember seeing those pictures years ago, i don't remember if the guy was injured or not...
George Costanza says we got no deal with the squirrels.
btw I hate when that happens.
Last edited by John Montgomery; 09-02-10 at 08:16 AM. Reason: oh yeah another thing...
a squirrel nearly ran me off the river bed a year or so ago. probably the same squirrel
happened to me with a rabbit at about 20 mph.
the rabbit took a ride around full circle in my wheel and popped out at the last second before colliding with my fork he seemed okay afterwards and I was scared to death. I always see rabbits on that trail, even the little babies...
Aside from the unfortunate passing of the squirrel, I LOL'd.
That's the only good kinda squirrel, a dead one.
That's gotta be a Trek.
2010 Dawes SST AL
happened years ago.
y'all oughtta read the roadie forums more often.
I'm experimenting with hamsters on steroids, putting one each in the front and rear wheels and harnessing their power, I get AWD and don't have to pedal.
I think I can put one in the front wheel and then design a tube that goes from the bottom bracket back to the rear hub and harness a team of hamsters on steroids for the rear wheel drive ?
Does that squirrel have legs like Usain Bolt though is the question ? I think I'll need 3 or 4 of them.