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 Post subject: Pimped out Bikes
PostPosted: Mon Mar 24, 2008 10:49 pm 
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I know some people have to bike in the heat. I know I'll come into a few instances when I'll have to. I don't think just relying on the breeze will make much difference in the fight against the massive heat that will soon evade the northern Sacramento area. So. Is there any kind of Air conditioning System I can install to my bike?

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I have never heard of such a crazy idea. Personally, I welcome the heat and can go nonstop when it's scorching. Water in the camelback keeps me hydrated and cool. But hey, anything is possible. If anyone is able to duch such a thing, it surely is these guys...

http://www.fossilfool.com/

I came across them when I wanted to do a crazy custom sound system on my ride back when I was raking in the dough. When they quoted me in the the high thousands, I passed. But let me tell you, they are serious. They do things to bicycles like west coast customs do for cars. Even if you don't want their work, it's cool to check out their site to see the wacky things they do...

I would LOVE to roll with these guys on the west coast!

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PostPosted: Tue Mar 25, 2008 12:18 am 
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Awesome thanks man. That reminds me. I totally gotta show you all what I did to my bike. I custom painted it.

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Close up on the initials. Which of course stand for The Joystick King ^_^
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The Vegan Symbol. Represent :lol:
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Took me about two days to finish. And I must say on a nice budget ^^. My Neighbors let me use the black spray paint and red paint I used and the words were done with special craft paint I got at Wal-mart. 48 Cents each. I don't care if there evil there cheap and so am I :wink:

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That's sweet bro. And with the finishing touch of the dumbells in the background as well. Love the tjk name. Ride that bicycle with vegan pride!

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PostPosted: Tue Mar 25, 2008 12:43 am 
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Yeah Vegan Pride :wink:

TJK actually stands for my new internet Alias/username I now use everywhere( except for her since there is no way to change user names ) it sandts for The Joystick King. Meaning....well.....DA kinf of video games :wink:

Thanks for the Link BTW ^_^. I saw some pretty cool things on there I could use myself. Like the low glow for night and the sport utility bag which goes behind the bike. That's perfect for grocery shopping :D

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Nice job painting your bike, Dr. Pink. I like it.

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Thanks Laura ^_^. I like it too. I can't wait to get some speakers so I can listen to great 60's hippie music while I ride :P

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Lean and Green wrote:
I have never heard of such a crazy idea. Personally, I welcome the heat and can go nonstop when it's scorching. Water in the camelback keeps me hydrated and cool. But hey, anything is possible. If anyone is able to duch such a thing, it surely is these guys...

http://www.fossilfool.com/

I came across them when I wanted to do a crazy custom sound system on my ride back when I was raking in the dough. When they quoted me in the the high thousands, I passed. But let me tell you, they are serious. They do things to bicycles like west coast customs do for cars. Even if you don't want their work, it's cool to check out their site to see the wacky things they do...

I would LOVE to roll with these guys on the west coast!



Dude this bike is badass. Looks like a rickshaw

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PostPosted: Mon Mar 31, 2008 3:17 pm 
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Lean and Green wrote:
I have never heard of such a crazy idea. Personally, I welcome the heat and can go nonstop when it's scorching. Water in the camelback keeps me hydrated and cool. But hey, anything is possible. If anyone is able to duch such a thing, it surely is these guys...

http://www.fossilfool.com/

I came across them when I wanted to do a crazy custom sound system on my ride back when I was raking in the dough. When they quoted me in the the high thousands, I passed. But let me tell you, they are serious. They do things to bicycles like west coast customs do for cars. Even if you don't want their work, it's cool to check out their site to see the wacky things they do...

I would LOVE to roll with these guys on the west coast!

One of the links on that site linked to this page:
http://store.rockthebike.com/proddetail.php?prod=XtraB3
Is that tonya kay? LOL.

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dude! it looks like her for sure! hahah

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PostPosted: Mon Mar 31, 2008 9:02 pm 
Yup thats definitely her. As for the bike with the trailer I love it. If there were a natural food store resonable close by I'd love to load up something like that for my grocery trips.


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PostPosted: Tue Apr 01, 2008 1:54 pm 
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Potter, are you going to but the 100lbs of bentonite on that bicycle and ride it from MD to Portland for VV08'??? You'll probably even have some room for a decent amount of potter pb!

That's great that you found TK on the site. She's everywhere huh??

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Who's Tonya Kay? An actress? Or that girl Robert Cheek Hung with? She looks a lot like that girl from the Fitness Team( Or something )

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Tonya rocks. Prior to being a part of this forum, I had no clue who she was which is crazy b/c she is a big raw food advocate and I have known or heard of man people on the scene. I wish I knew her back when. I have seen both delaguarda and stomp (twice) and she was most likely in both or at the very least delaguarda. It would have been cool to meet her and chill afterwards.

The highlight of the delaguarda show was when one of the actresses ran around while everyone was dancing, stared at me and my gf (at the time) smiled at the both of us and then proceeded to unsnap her bra and join us in hands together. She then screamed smiled and pranced away to entertain others. Lcukily we were both free spirits and went right along with it. I would imagine some might have gotten offended by that maneuver. I've been to many many of shows but it de laguarda was my favorite of all on broadway and off broadway. Second was stomp and I also adore the cirque de soleil performances which I believe she may be or have been a part of somehow also?? I was a fan and didn't even know it!

It's a shame they discontinued de laguarda in the us, it was such a beautiful performance.

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this one made me smile:

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