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It's like a Machiavellian 4-volume trilogy based on Hamlet senza misura with an ego-maniacal downs syndrome kid reading from a Rube Goldeberg-esque kindle.
cool and congrats!!
Righteous ride, congratulations. Cheers, bcr
But credit where it's due.
Do you remember telling me about the "Billings Clubman" concept in the parts room of Zip and Whiz? Man, that idea always stuck. It's been rattling around my head for 30 years...But; G*D Damn, better late then never!
Yeah Leon, very cool effort. It takes a lot to pull this kind of thing together in the time that you've done it. Props to you and your team for a tough looking streettracker that backs it up with a race resume. Can't wait to see it at OVRP!
Between you and Bill helping shape my bike sensibilities in my formative years, and Mark and Scott's contributions to this....
Let's just say there is a lot of Rounds DNA in this project.
Thank you, and congrats on the overall reception on bikeexif. Seems pretty positive to me.
I saw that this morning and really dig it! An honest race bike that can be ridden to the track, thats the best. If you could tell by my response on exif, i don't see the appeal with that virago posted a couple of days earlier. If a fight, the badger would win.
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Ha! I thought that was posted by another Shaun. But that's great, Thanks. In fact I've already pinched it, hope you don't mind:quote:If you could tell by my response on exif
The Badger's styling was, in part, meant to inspire strong reactions. I think it's safe to say it has a cross pollination of styles going on. It's not for everybody, but I think it works, and I'm really happy with the way the bike came out.
I thought it was cool, that after a fairly spirited dialog, yours was the final comment. It ended on a well thought out, insightful, up note.
Thanks again for your kind words.