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26 April 2007

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Here's a "wooden" bike I saw in Kyoto a few years ago:

http://www.flickr.com/photos/11299741@N00/473636744/

Those look like goat or sheep horns. They could even be Ibex horns! Who knows!

Very nice.

My bikes are all 'art bikes', and it benefits me occasionally. At work one time some vandal went through and smashed all the bikes... except my fuzzy one.

http://flickr.com/photos/oddwick/321387469/

Ahh Copenhagen... one of my favorites. My first ship went there and we were stoked... all around the city were bikes that required only a few coins to unlock. You even got you money back at the end of the day... that is if you didn't launch the bike off the end of the pier instead (immature, I know, but we do dumb things at age 18).

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