From: Toosmoky on 8 Jul 2007 23:17
a t e c 7 7 wrote:
> You have a large booty ?
OK, bad analogy. Swap "caravan" for three dog road train...
Work to ride, Ride to Work...
From: JL on 8 Jul 2007 23:35
>>> Great pics of the bike.... congrats... but where is the pic of the
>>> hole in the ceiling that allows you to get on the bloody thing?
>>> Beer mate... step ladder?
> reaching the ground is really
You don't need to if you don't plan on stopping...jumping off the side
at traffic lights can get a bit tiresome in the inner city tho ;-)
<triffids mode> "wide open road..." </triffids>
From: a t e c 7 7 "atec 77 at hotmail dot on 8 Jul 2007 23:49
> a t e c 7 7 wrote:
>> You have a large booty ?
> OK, bad analogy. Swap "caravan" for three dog road train...
You are learning ( albiet slow though :P)
From: Theo Bekkers on 8 Jul 2007 23:55
> "Theo Bekkers wrote
>> Nice bike. You've tiled the garage? Isn't that a bit slippery when
>> wet? Theo
> That's what the rubber mats under the bike are for.
> Garage was tiled when I purchased the house.
Must be scary to ride in when it's raining out. I installed a remote
electric opener on my front gate this weekend to save getting off and on the
bike twice (and the cars) to get through it.
PS, it's OK Gerry, it's solar powered.
From: Theo Bekkers on 8 Jul 2007 23:57
> They're almost always at a (Doug-safe) fixed height but I'm always
> warned by shorter people with a different perspective because to them
> down there looking up, I look like I might be hit by one. (I've only
> been hit once when I got up on a chair to check the top of a wardrobe.
> Got a cool scar out of it though...)
Hmmm, trying the 'jumping off the ward-robe' were we?