i think this one is going to an aunt? maybe? can't remember, but shep and i ran into chris after finishing a couple slices and beers for his birthday. chris was doing the same thing, just about a half hour behind. he didn't know it was shep's burfday. then he was heading to the post office to mail a pocket full of these puppies to people he loves enough to bestow these upon them. we like chris.
later on, i took a picture of a smashed squirrel for you to enjoy.
someone will thinks it's art.
i have to say, the only thing about them that i could nit pick at all is the weight, but in order to be certain the bikes can handle whomever decides its a nice day for a bicycle ride, whether it be a couple hooligans looking for ramps, or elderly looking for an easier way to get around, they have to be way over built to withstand most anything.
we both agreed, as personally we would ride a the highest gear most of the time, the gearing is in fact low enough to accommodate most anyone with the ability to handle anything they're abilities will allow. never mind the fact that with so many stations around the downtown area, and at the tops and bottoms of hills, you could get to the bottom of a hill or top, return it at the station there, and walk or bus to grab another bike down the road. well thought out, planned and executed.
yesterday afternoon, on my way back from the motorcycle shop, i ran into some dude who lives in nashy and just jumped on one to check it out. he was having an absolute blast! good job nashville, bravo. so get your lazy ass out there and drop $5.00 and go for a ride!
this was spacial. besides the ass under glass, getting yelled out for swearing and smoking, then a regular all but trying to fight one of them fixie hipster kids about pissing the bathroom, it was a great night of riding bikes, drinking beer, and all around bicycle funs and stuffs.
tired of doing the same old team kit rides, chasing your powertap and strava KOM and just want to drink.ride.? join these kids on sunday the 27th, unless you're Teen Wolf, for january's Full Moon Ride.
"A monthly bike ride.
Relaxed ride to a spot to enjoy the moon.
Feel free to bring your flask."
probably not something you would want to miss.
then there's these robots. they're around. i want to figure it out...