Posted 12.10.08 in The Kitchen Sink | Bookmark or Share
Something about this bike gives me goosebumps whenever I see it. It’s almost primal. Like that feeling you got in high school when the girl of your dreams smiled at she passed by you in the hallway. Warm cheeks, pulse picking up, blood coursing through my veins. I’m going to have to buy one of these, build one, or test ride one only to have my heart crushed by some fatal flaw.
Gorgeous. It’s like a scene from a dream sequence or a fairy tale, and the bike is the main character going into the forest alone.
What Steve said.
I too was ” lusting” for a ” change of pace” in my cycling so i made the jump!!
Now at 67 yrs old i just have to LEARN to ride it!!!!!!!
Life is a continual challange .
This only proves my theory that mankind reached his zenith of creativity with the invention of the bicycle. Everything since then has been a step backwards.
I need one.
they also make my favorite unicycle frames
Of all the production bicycles being made today, a 3-speed Pashley Guv’nor is the one I want the most.
It’s just so…. classy.
You should take a photo standing next to it with some wool plus-fours and tweed jacket…do a little selective focusing, add the aged-photo action in Lightroom and it will look like those old historical portraits of cyclists!