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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 06-02-2009, 06:19 AM Thread Starter
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"Beanie" helmets and....

and sandals.

For even more of that "fresh air feeling"....



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post #2 of 8 (permalink) Old 06-02-2009, 06:38 AM
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and sandals.

For even more of that "fresh air feeling"....
OMG that's horrible. Beanie helmets are one thing- A person shouldn't have to wear a helmet at all if they chose not to and as long as they have eye protection of some sort they can operate the motorcycle. But having crap like that on your feet, that can get tangled in the pedals, let your feet get burned by hot pipes, etc. is just irresponsible and stupid.

Hopefully that was a joke from like an Onion type place or something.

But I do see tards on bikes in sneakers and sandals around here. Usually sportbike riders. Cut offs and tank tops, too.
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No, it's for real but it is the stupidest thing I ever saw! I have seen this advertised before and couldn't help but laugh at it.

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there was a guy riding a bike near me in state college with old navy flip flops... i looked at him and just shook my head...
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I'm sure that the squid market has huge revenue-generation potential...

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Nonthing surprises anymore when someone is trying to make a quick profit and not have any concern about safety. My god, who in their right mind would even consider purchasing sandles. I dont know if I should laugh or be upset...
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LMAO enough said!

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i wear sneakers when i ride.
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