Wow, just think about this. You could put a couple of gears on the crank and multiply the gears up to 6! I thinks that's right. I'll have to do the math, do you think that could work? I'm get'in started on my 6 gear SS right away.HUGH said:Hey you guys might be on to something!!! Multi gears on your rear wheel... could be big. Sounds tooo complicated, I don't think it will catch on or work well. Whats next? Soon you will see shock absorbers on bikes!!!!!
have a great day people!!!
They don't work very well. Oh, and they're less fun. And they weigh more. Plus they're more expensive. Worst of all, they make people dependent.EvelMtber said:Where did you find this?
Dual Action Freewheel by ShitCo, LLC
Spins freely in both directions, no engagement necessary. Super speedy spinning action makes your friends think you can spin faster than Lance Armstrong. Great for those riders who think single speeding is really cool, but can't handle the pedaling. Gravity assistance (tm) makes the downhills as fast as coasting. Extra loud buzz let's everyone know you are coming. Available at all fine bike shops in the bin to the left of the mechanic's workbench.
ha ha! Triple action ninja throwing star. Avenge the death or your master up to three times faster than with a normal ninja star!*fixedbeer said:
Oh yeah, you are a groupie, right??? That explains all the scarring 'back there'. Not that I know or anything, I just heard about it on the internet. But now with HBFK, your cankersores have almost totally healed!ernesto_from_Wisconsin said:a german industrial band c0ckr1ng.
Hey Sparty were you talking about the german industrial band c0ckr1ng.Sparticus said:They don't work very well. Oh, and they're less fun. And they weigh more. Plus they're more expensive. Worst of all, they make people dependent.
Not sure they're even available anymore...