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New Bike W/ Pictures! Team Jack Daniels

Old 11-10-11, 11:00 AM
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Old 11-10-11, 11:14 AM
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Does it come in a 58?
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How much does everyone thinks it weighs?

And why handlebars and a steering wheel?
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Originally Posted by snowman40 View Post

And why handlebars and a steering wheel?
The steering wheel is obviously for when he's trying to get aero.
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Did you get one?
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The steering wheel is obviously for when he's trying to get aero.
Is it a steering wheel? It looks like a stylized basket of some kind.
 
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Its a water pipe holder....
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Clearly that's where you put your popcorn bucket.
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