needs 650 front wheel
Long live @skrtluv
I know it's not the owner's fault but grip shifters set up like that set my teeth on edge. Surely there had to be a more aesthetic way to do that
Those are the original SRAM grip shifters circa1987 designed as an end-of-the-aero bars twist shifter for tri .. And it all started with that shifter.
Good thing it still has some spacers. We wouldn't want to be too extreme.
Love the choice of words in the post, truly artistic.
I first read it as "death-penguin".
I did too. So bizarre the painting on the bars. Wtf.
One page back...
Ups sorry....but obviously this won't be sold that fast.
And what we learn from this bike, triple or quadruple redundancy is good to have....
Spotted in Hoi An, Vietnam. No idea what it was made from, it seems to be wood or maybe some sort of resin.
Fuck me. Impressively hideous. Does it actually function as a bike or is it just decorative?
Yours for only $1,199
Hideous, expensive and a death trap.
Is that bingo?
Are you absolutely sure it isn't made from giant irradiated cockroach limbs?
Terrifically ugly as it is, kudos to the maker, that is a pretty incredible piece of work!
And as far as I can tell, it looks like it functions. You can see the drive train, and also the cabling covered in wooden beads, like a crazy clone of the compression less outers made of totally inappropriate material!
Saw one of these in the wild today...Thank Christ it was dusk so I didn't have to see the full horror of it in full daylight....
kick stand for those triathlon transitions - very handy
Yeah, I had a good look at it, and I’m fairly sure it’s rideable, to some degree at least. And yeah I agree, it looks like it’s melted but it’s still quite impressive
Now you mention it, no I’m not.
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