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Old 04-10-13, 11:16 AM
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great pictures that stand alone

no story with this picture- just really interesting
-please add your odd pictures on this thread also


must be in Finland based on the type of bike it is and the drink bottle.

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Old 04-10-13, 11:25 AM
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here is one my friend sent me...
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Thats hard to compete with!
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I love it. What an elegant picnic solution
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I love it. What an elegant picnic solution
Looks more like a liquid lunch stop to me. Who brought the olives?
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"it aint a bike,....Its a chopper!"
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Originally Posted by puchfinnland View Post
no story with this picture- just really interesting
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must be in Finland based on the type of bike it is and the drink bottle.

Do you guys generally keep your bottles labeled in english?
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my friend sent the pic-really dont know where he got it from but the bike looks very finnish.
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Old 04-10-13, 01:38 PM
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i remember doing stuff like this in elementary school. once, the kids on the block raced down a long paved hill. i had the least expensive bike, a free spirit, made specifically to fall quickly with gravity and not much else. so this was my chance to impress. i was determined more to win than stop at the bottom before hitting all sorts of construction debris. what i remember most about that small, but glorious, victory is that wrecking and showing complete disregard for safety was the best way to inspire awe and make friends.

growing up in the late '70s with my evel knievel action figure hero played more than a small role in this.
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Whats that red thing strapped to the seat stay in the first pic, co2?
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Now that is true Americana!

That's right out of Leave It to Beaver or Dennis The Menace. Those were great, simple, carefree days, weren't they?

Thanks for bringing me back DD...
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Whats that red thing strapped to the seat stay in the first pic, co2?
nitrous. it's owned by a dental assistant that prefers a rather long laugh while picnicking.
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These are available from IKEA Look for the Snertle Dining Table
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DD, it looks like someones mother was also riding along with the baby seat on that group ride. Nice.
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^ Yup - that would've been my mom; my dad even had a bike, though I can't recall him ever riding it: a black Raliegh 3-speed.

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^ Yup - that would've been my mom; my dad even had a bike, though I can't recall him ever riding it: a black Raliegh 3-speed.

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Amazing that you still have the same haircut.



Seriously... that picture is the best and warms the heart.
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These are available from IKEA Look for the Snertle Dining Table
take note there is a whit hose hooked to that NOX
bottle....cant see the other end of it
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saw this on my way to work..
its not very common that the the view was better from close up!
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