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I think it would be fun to assemble a picture/video archive representing movie-stars, musicians, politicians, etc ... on a BIKE. My pick is from Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid (1969). Pictured here is Paul Newman and Katharine Ross. One of the great classic scenes of Hollywood. Any more contributions to this thread are welcomed.





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I think he intentionally adjusted the brifters to be at that wonky angle.  The right brifters is also angled in but not quite as much.  Given that he's riding a custom Serotta, I think he got things setup that way at his LBS or more likely when the mechanic came over to his place to set things up.

Does Conan have the palsy of the wrists?

just saw this on TMZ...Jerry Seinfeld interviewed on his bike...

took a picture of the tv with my phone

AMF owned Harley back then.  So it makes sense that EK bikes were made by them too.

Hardley's still suck, but at least they aren't made by a bowling-ball company any more ;)

here's the youtube.  Camera questions why he would ride a bike, Seinfeld calls him out on dumb questions. 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jo-vP02SEzo



S.Presley said:

just saw this on TMZ...Jerry Seinfeld interviewed on his bike...

took a picture of the tv with my phone

I forget that watching TMZ makes me want to stab out my eyes. What an awful group of idiots

Liz said:

here's the youtube.  Camera questions why he would ride a bike, Seinfeld calls him out on dumb questions. 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jo-vP02SEzo



S.Presley said:

just saw this on TMZ...Jerry Seinfeld interviewed on his bike...

took a picture of the tv with my phone

saw this today on the bulls website...

Courtesy of Get A Grip's fb page.

This makes me want to eat yellow & purple Skittlestm 

And perhaps phone home...


Julie Hochstadter said:

Courtesy of Get A Grip's fb page.

 

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