Beyond 29ers and singlespeeds
(updated: Oct 8, 2010)
Trails too dumbed down? Still to easy even on a single speed? Introducing...the mini mountain bike. Now trails will become challenging again. Logs become giant redwoods, rocks turn into boulders, and gulleys are so steep you will endo to your death. And it's a single speed too. So there.
The mini mountain bike...challenge yourself again.
Filed Under: Humor
1. Randy said...
Ride our dumbed down trail fixed tough guy. I can ride the easy loop backwards, as in looking over my shoulder and pedaling backwards. That should not have ever been possible at the trail we built.
Just started freewheeling again today, and man, too easy.
Oct 10, 2010 @ 11:50 AM
2. SBA said...
If I ride a fixie, then do I have to get the too skinny jeans, t-shirt, bike messenger bag, too small handlebars, etc? Or can I just ride one? Or is that frowned upon?
Maybe I'll just sit at home and play hipster bingo:
Oct 10, 2010 @ 6:32 PM
3. James said...
"If I ride a fixie, then do I have to get the too skinny jeans, t-shirt, bike messenger bag, too small handlebars, etc? Or can I just ride one? Or is that frowned upon?"
That is so funny, I've been thinking the same thing. I dig em but not into trendy accessories and such.
(On the site today cause I saw SBA bumper sticker on a Xerox Van today and I just saw the mt biking article in the paper.)
Oct 19, 2010 @ 11:56 AM
4. Mac (Ral, NC) said...
OooOOOooo... and a kickstand too. Now you can be endoed AND gored to death at once. Call now, operators are standing by!
Oct 20, 2010 @ 10:48 AM
5. Mac said...
Love it - I have this T - my wife gave it to me! See how easily the elderly get fired up? Ha!
"You could ride off a cliff and die. You could get lost and die. You could hit a tree and die. You could stay home and fall off the couch and die."
- Quote seen on cycling shirt
Oct 20, 2010 @ 10:49 AM
6. Randy said...
Sirbikes, don't blame fixies on your desire to be a hipster.
And you don't need to buy skinny jeans. Just steal a pair from your wife. Pretend it was an accident if she asks.
Or a pair of Turner's pants, and say they are knickers.
If you are lucky, and look the part, you can ride my vassago.
By the way, I feel sorry for that poor little bike to be holding your 220 lbs. I have been eyeing Izzy's 16" wheel hardrock, but I know it would hold. I built the wheels.
Oct 30, 2010 @ 8:40 AM
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