Drew does a no-hands, trackstanding self portrait "panda" shot. And he claims, "I can track stand till the cows come home, but I can't ride no hands." Yes, he's trackstanding in his apartment in this photo.
Delta Sports Arantix truss frame in the news. I've touched this bike; it's delicious.
The Electrobike Pi weighs 60 pounds. Which reminds me: Optibike's FAQ says "The [$6000] Optibike only weighs 57 lbs, about as much as a full suspension downhill bicycle, so pedaling as normal is a blast."
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... wonderfully altruistic move by that young lady...11 years old & big hearted as can be...
...fritz, seeing that track cyclist made me wanna give a shout out to my friend ken foraker...dude rides his yeti on the dirt & his breezer 'round the streets, down in so-cal...
...ken used to race the downhill @ mammoth...think about it, on the dirt, fast & steep w/ one leg...big ones ? no, BIG ONES & the guy is a straight up good man...
# posted by bikesgonewild : 12/07/2007 11:06:00 PM
Yeah those cyclists with severe handicaps really impress me. When I lived in Champaign County, Illinois, I met a few olympic handcyclists -- these are people with both legs missing or disabled and they race with their handcycles. A couple of them let me try their rig out -- their amazing to ride!