Saturday, March 8, 2008

Burqa Bike



Can't anyone get a 'burqa friendly' bike?

Satisfied?

Buy me one of these and I'll intercede on your behalf with Allah, Jésus, Spaghetti Monster, etc.

11 comments:

D said...

I'm sure there some correlation between "shaft drive" and "burqa friendly" but I'm probably not the first to point this out.

Lavi D. said...

Holy Crap! It's only $650!!!

With a Shimano 7-speed hub.

$55 shipping US.

Man. I am going to be such a good boy for Kwannaramast this year.

D said...

cheap indeed. I just spent $150 on *tires* for my bike...

I guess you've already got your "stimulus payment" earmarked, eh?

The_Scum said...

Some of us won't be getting any "stimulus".

Sucks to be us.

Black Heart Candle said...

Some of us won't be getting any "stimulus".
I know- Sucks to be us!

But this ride does look like a treasure!

vinnymoe said...

This loos like heaven on wheels.
ButI Know we have at least one engineer out there; my question is ; with a small (maybe 2") primary crank, How can you power the rear hub to take advantage of the 7 secondaries?

Lavi D. said...

How can you power the rear hub to take advantage of the 7 secondaries?

Because the rear hub is one of these which has been modified to take input drive from the bevel gear instead of a cog.

vinnymoe said...

I've previously been schooled on the magic of the Shimono Nexus yet this still makes no sense to my feeble mind .
Big gear primary allows fast geaar seacondary; again the primary seems to be about 2"

Que the F paso?

Lavi D. said...

Que the F paso?

Try this

It's a 14-speed

vinnymoe said...

Holy Land Of The Rising Sungear Bikeman.

'Nuff shown.

D said...

Sheldon doesn't like them:

http://tinyurl.com/2tfjsz


but he's dead.


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