No Bike Lock? No Problem [Pic]

Submitted by: fancylad 4 years ago

Expect every hipster to have this bicycle within the next 2 years.
There are 13 comments:
Female 325
...still needs lock.
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Male 13,624
Pile O crap niche market weekend carpark riding over paid banker piece of bisons testes, sorry had a hard night at work!
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Male 143
caption fail.. hipster bikes are typically as impractical as possible (fixed gears, no brakes, etc...)

trust me, i have my doctorate in hypsterology
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Male 1,104
you`d still need a lock to keep the tires together ... )-|
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Male 323
@OldOllie -That`s exactly what I do. My bike is about 15 years old, weighs a ton, and is bright pink to boot
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Male 1,243
I wonder how stable that would be at 50km/hr down a steep hil when you need to slam the breaks?
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Male 181
It`s all fun and games until your bike snaps in half and drats you up.
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Female 1,478
I don`t believe it, fancy. That`s a lot of co-op vegetables to sell/trade for a bike to make that 2 year deadline.
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Male 15,832
One way to keep your bike from being stolen: ride a stupid piece of crap that nobody would want.
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Male 15,510
That just cannot be safe
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Male 141
No one would steal a bike that was wrapped around a pole, for sure. I would just be concerned about the frame losing rigidity and throwing me off.
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Male 11,740
That would be hard to ride, a good bump would throw it off. There would be other problems too. You can have it, I`ll ride a real bike.
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Male 19,840
Link: No Bike Lock? No Problem [Pic] [Rate Link] - Expect every hipster to have this bicycle within the next 2 years.
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