Etymology of 'bunnyhop'

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Monday, August 01, 2005
By Yokota Fritz

This last weekend, the denizens of wreck.bikes discuss the meaning and origins of the word "bunnyhop" when Mark Hickey weighs in with historical fact on the topic.

    "The claimant climbed aboard his unwieldy bike, and after accelerating wildly down the cobbled street, lurched upward with all his might, pulling the heavy contraption under him skyward. The high wheeler soared over the mama loaf with inches to spare, much to the amazement of the gathered crowd."

Read the rest in wreck.bikes.

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