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PostPosted: Thu Dec 06, 2007 9:42 am 
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winner.


what about this one?

http://www.cyclingtime.com/modules/myal ... ?lid=71947


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That's outlandish enough to be awesome.

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You know when you wake up with a hangover and find that you've just ordered something stupid on E-bay? This is the same sort of thing, but for bike designers: This is what you find when you come into work with a hangover after your 'continetal' lunch turns into a propper drinking session yet you still made it back to work!


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i think if batman was ever to ride a bike it may well look like this.... :lol:


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Predator's Earth bike.

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I think the baya4 looks cool, be afraid to be seen on it too!


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Did De Rosa "jump the shark" with this offering? I don't know if people outside of the US will get the meaning of this...and I don't even know if many Americans will get it. You can Wikipedia the phrase if you want.


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(Baya prototype)


What is that, an impaler on the head tube? Yeah, I can imagine Casey Kerrighan (USAC official) letting someone start a race riding that :).

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ally frames are getting into this..except here it's actually cool.

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while we're at it..this is pretty...I like the blood stains on the forks.

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i think if batman was ever to ride a bike it may well look like this.... :lol:


+1, the fairing behind the TT is to keep his cape off the tire.


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ally frames are getting into this..except here it's actually cool.

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Check out the Brake levers on this noodly majestic beast :shock: Gotta have some long fingers!!!


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Long enough to press the brake quick release on the lever body that is.


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