Front wheel with Chris King squeaking hub. An oxymoron n'est pas? Au contrare mon frere.
Waiting for Godot
Posted by bowtie bob at 22.6.15 1 comment:
sits ready and loaded for launch (it just need to be folded down).
Posted by bowtie bob at 14.6.15 No comments:
June 7 Detritus Report
Items seen on roadway during 75 km ride east of the city:
- 20 foot piece of rebar
- 3 foot piece of rebar
- 4 bungee cords
- 4 x 8 foot sheet of plywood (what a terrible waste)
- 1 doe (live)
- 1 golf shoe
- 1 exploded box of facial tissue
- 1 furnace air filter
- various lengths of 2 x 4 lumber
- a multitude of varying gravel sizes
Posted by bowtie bob at 8.6.15 No comments:
Three dollars seems like a super deal to witness an atomic bomb exploding. Who doesn't want to see an atom split to smithereens?
Posted by bowtie bob at 5.6.15 No comments:
Cosmodrome Welcomes New Technician
Happy Lucky 88 Manufactory has developed a prototype technical technician labour saving device aptly named Mr. Atomic. Mr. Atomic will replace human bike mechanics in an effort to facilitate faster and more accurate mechanical support under race conditions and suring downtimes at the cosmodrome. Mr. Atomic is greatly anticipated at the WORC (Western Oceanographic Research Cosmodrome) after Lampo Bianco was forced to let his staff of forest dwarfs go due to insubordination.
Posted by bowtie bob at 1.6.15 No comments:
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