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Thursday
Aug232007

This looks fishy


“A man needs a woman like a bicycle needs a fish.”


This picture by Scott London was spotted over on Velorution.

Bike from Wal-Mart.....$200
Custom made fish.......$15,000

Finding a lake with a slope, so you can go water skiing...Priceless

Reader Comments (4)

Geez, you don't think that guy was riding in Finland, do you? It is possible the bike was an Eisentrout. I'd also say the guy was hooked on riding.
August 23, 2007 | Unregistered Commenter maltese falcon
Hahaha...great pic. I just got back from Burning Man and saw quite a few very ingenious bicycle "art" projects. My own bike was a department store mtn bike rescued from rustiness in an old barn and outfitted with rack plus milk crate and a BOB trailer - not pretty, but very functional.
September 7, 2007 | Unregistered Commenter Vik
that's exactly where that bike is from, burning man! I saw him too. What I think is so funny too is that the playa where it is held is an old dry lake bed. Perfect for fish. I want to build my own this year - eventually there will be a school of em!
January 28, 2008 | Unregistered Commenter Anonymous
Dave, the CHUNK666 gang made a 3-wheel version:
http://dclxvi.org/chunk/meet/sensibletrike/image/hires/fishmonger150.jpg
March 1, 2008 | Unregistered Commenter Mark
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