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Friday, March 22

The Horny Single Speeder...

I've got a great idea for a post, but it will have to wait until next week:

The Horny Single Speeder's Guide to Single Speed Podium Ettiquette


Sorry, but it must wait.  Today is infomercial day.

You've seen them.  You've wanted them.  I've done nothing to facilitate your having them... till now.


They are sticky on one side but quite decorative on the other.  They are 2" in diameter.  They do fit on iPhones, but flip phones are no guarantee.  They will fit on most bikes, cars, stop signs, asses, and foreheads.  After much deliberation and procrastination, these are now available to the general public...

for a small fee.


They will be $.50 a piece, and I ain't bothering with anybody who wants fewer than eight, unless they want to pay $4 for one.  Contact me at teamdicky at hotmail dot com for info on how to get yours ASAP.  Only so many will be sold and the rest will be reserved for tagging the Southeast and beyond as Faster Mustache territory.

If one were creative and handy with scissors, just imagine the infinite possibilities.

These are quality silkscreen vinyl stickers from Sticker Robot, with a quoted "5 year outdoor capability."  I am not sure how long they will last on your forehead, even if you stay indoors.

Hungry for more SPAM?  Why not?

I got a load from Backcountry Research the other day.  Pay no attention to the straps on the right, as those will not be available till some time in the future.  You might notice that I have given up on the mesh Tülbag (or as Montucky likes to call it, my "coin purse") and moved to the waterproof ripstop version.  Too many sweaty/wet rides coupled with an inattentive rider can lead to rusty bits.   I'll save the mesh material for my underwear.

Note to self: Don't do any future Google image searching for "mesh underwear."

The only reason I bring up Backcountry Research is that many of you were unhappy for awhile with the fact that the Race Strap was unavailable.  A webbing shortage problem now solved coupled with a redesign, and voila... the Race II is back.  What's new?


Most noticeably this and that:

The red arrow is pointing at the floating Griptech sleeve on the preload strap.  More snuggy and happy like.

The yellow arrow is pointing at the lack of seams inside the preload area.  Nothing but smooth material and Griptech grabbing your mighty load.

So more better and more NEW colors than before.  I said NEW colors.  Nothing wows the bike industry like NEW colors.

 Stop complaining.

Next week, prepare for knowledge to be dropped upon thine head.

1 comment:

AdamB said...

It's Friday.
Just strap one on and get moving please.