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Old May 11th 06, 10:52 AM posted to aus.bicycle
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http://www.nearlygood.com/picture/crazytwistybike.html
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Old May 11th 06, 11:12 AM posted to aus.bicycle
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On 2006-05-11, Max (aka Bruce)
was almost, but not quite, entirely unlike tea:
http://www.nearlygood.com/picture/crazytwistybike.html


Short wheelbase (well, not really)!

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don't fly up a hill. You struggle slowly and painfully up a hill, and
maybe, if you work very hard, you get to the top ahead of everybody
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Old May 11th 06, 11:27 AM posted to aus.bicycle
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Max wrote:
http://www.nearlygood.com/picture/crazytwistybike.html


This must be that new "Atomik Twister" mountain bike that a certain
unnamed "motorsports" company was going to import and sell on eBay
before they found something *really* silly to sell instead...

Travis

 




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