Behind the scenes at Performance Bicycle
November 2, 2011
by David S
Filed under Bike Riding
Tagged with Wordless Wednesday
Seems a lot of trouble to go through to lube a chain!
I can’t afford a repair stand …
perhaps they were hoping a soggy bike seat dries faster upside down?
the “no bikes on sidewalk” policy WILL be enforced
I want to confuse the potential thief?
want to make sure I do NOT get any bird poo on my seat
With no cows in the area, juvenile pranksters had to resort to tipping bikes.
No one can steal it if it’s upside down!!
Doesn’t know which end is up….?
Judging from the graffiti in the background, I’d say someone wasn’t smart enough to steal it and just left it upside down.
Today we mow the lawn.
I’m just trying to see the world differently on a bike.
Nothing ruins a good ride like the smell of dog pee on one’s tires.
“I hope someone posts a picture of this on the internet”
Bicycle locks should have directions.
Got stuck trying to escape.
Didn’t want to flat-spot the tires!
No bicycles on sidewalks, no bicycles on grass, .must be is California.
A sleeping vampire bike!
Roads, where we’re going we don’t need roads! (Bike with a Hover Kit, has to be locked down to keep from floating away)
Keep off the Grass!
Easiest way to patch a flat tire.
Looks like the bike was originally park on the near side of rack, which would have been in the pedestrian sidewalk. A pedestrian then flipped the bike over to the lawn side of the rack.
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