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IT’S A BIKE AND A RUM

April 9th, 2008

Circle A number 151, that is! Kipp’s demountable! Yes, that means it’s take-a-part-able. That doesn’t roll off the tongue quite as nicely, tho, does it now?

Let’s take a look:

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I know what you’re thinking. Why the add-on seat color? Why not a fancy point like on Carrie’s? Well, I’ll tell you. This bike will often be demounted, and packed into a box with the seat post out of the frame. A fancy point would be very vulnerable without the post in place, and could cut its way out of the box to wreak havoc on the populace! IT’S EATING ITS WAY THROUGH THE HULL!

This week I also put together an adult trike for my friend Al. He’s having a hip replaced and isn’t doing so well on two wheels.

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Here’s to a quick recovery! Coming up – Stevil Knievel‘s single speed cross bike!

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One Response to “IT’S A BIKE AND A RUM”

  1. jim says:

    April 23rd, 2008 at 10:45 am

    the coupling bike is totall raaaaaaaaaaaad! take every opportunity to Travel w/ bike!

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