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Cardboard helmet from Abus
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LinkThis seems a bit more viable than the bike. Though I…Continue

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Started this discussion. Last reply by kiltedcelt Dec 17, 2012.

Worst locking job I've ever seen
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I just came across this gem down the street from my place. The choice of a pole over the empty staple rack twenty feet away is just a lil' cherry on top. Short of throwing my spare lock on this thing…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Tricolor Oct 1, 2012.

 

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kiltedcelt replied to pb's discussion Cardboard helmet from Abus
"Definitely an interesting concept, but it appears to have zero ventilation as far as I could tell from the videos. I'm not buying one until they have some real ventilation, and by "real" I mean something more than the ridiculously…"
Dec 17, 2012
notoriousDUG replied to pb's discussion Cardboard helmet from Abus
"So is your logic here that a helmet, or 'magic hat' as you like to say, does nothing to prevent a severe head injury in the event of a crash where one's head hits the pavement? "
Dec 17, 2012
Self-sealing Stembolt replied to pb's discussion Cardboard helmet from Abus
"Magic hats can be made out of just about anything as long as people keep believing they are magic. Disposable beer coolers, cardboard, recycled milk jugs,  whatever..."
Dec 17, 2012
S.Presley☠ replied to pb's discussion Cardboard helmet from Abus
Dec 16, 2012
We all have an inner Beast... replied to pb's discussion Cardboard helmet from Abus
"And to quote "Vince" from those infomercials..... "It's made in Germany, and you know those guys make good stuff !" LOL !!!"
Dec 16, 2012
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Dec 14, 2012
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Cardboard helmet from Abus

LinkThis seems a bit more viable than the bike. Though I wonder what's next. Locks? Lights? Panniers?See More
Dec 14, 2012
Tricolor replied to pb's discussion Worst locking job I've ever seen
"I notice the domain hownottochainyourbike.com is open.  Set up a photo gallery, solicit pictures from forums, and watch the ad revenue pour in."
Oct 1, 2012
Self-sealing Stembolt replied to pb's discussion Worst locking job I've ever seen
"What, no saddle leash?  That cute green-striped strawberry youth saddle is as good as GONE! "
Sep 29, 2012
Josh.E replied to pb's discussion Worst locking job I've ever seen
"Even little kids know how to lock a bike in the city. "
Sep 29, 2012
Alkaline replied to pb's discussion Worst locking job I've ever seen
"I leave my reflectors on because anything that improves visibility is worth it in my opinion."
Sep 29, 2012
Martin Hazard replied to pb's discussion Worst locking job I've ever seen
"New rider, new bike. Note the required for sale reflectors still on the wheels. He will be. He willl beee..."
Sep 29, 2012
Michael A replied to pb's discussion Worst locking job I've ever seen
"Maybe he had the bike and you in his sight, or the scope of his sniper rifle?"
Sep 28, 2012
Jared replied to pb's discussion Worst locking job I've ever seen
"Well if nothing else you could take the wheels pretty easily."
Sep 28, 2012
Self-sealing Stembolt replied to pb's discussion Worst locking job I've ever seen
"I can't tell if it is a QR seatpost binder or at least a bolted one. "
Sep 28, 2012
Bill Savage replied to pb's discussion Worst locking job I've ever seen
"Maybe a sting by undercover bike cops to entice bike thieves!  Or a bike ridden by an eedjit."
Sep 28, 2012

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