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Old 05-26-12, 02:43 AM
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Random Bicycle Wheels In Movies and Television

Have you guys and gals ever noticed in a movie or television show there is always a random shot of a bicycle wheel. I think the directors must be bicycle junkies and thats there easter egg if you will. Same way Quentin Tarantino always has some shot of feet in his movies.









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Yes I have noticed that. I was thinking about that the other night when I was watching NCIS on DVD. Gibbs basement staircase is adorned with them in some episodes.








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Have any more examples, besides not only the basement bicycle but the obviously a little girl's bike upstairs in NCIS? Examples other than NCIS?
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I'm thinking the most famous is probably Sinfelds Klein.
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I'm thinking the most famous is probably Sinfelds Klein.
That was a Cannondale for a while; most of the time it was a Klein.
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In the Green Hornet movie the main dude proves his ******yness by having a never-been-rode fancy road bike on his wall. Truthfully that's all I remember about that movie except those alien guys with the 200 foot long necks.
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Don't most people decorate with bike wheels like I do?
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