Posts Tagged ‘trike’
Six Seconds on Sixth Street Back in 2010: Open-Air Spanking, Backwards Stand-Up Trike, Sassing the SFPDWednesday, January 22nd, 2014
Here’s what you could see over the course of six seconds on Sixth Street back in 2010:
Photo One – an open-air street spanking upon a willing participant for tout le monde to see:
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Photo Two – some kind of gravity trike being used by a FastPass-equipped pilot going backwards past the car you can see in Photo One. I’ve never seen this kind of vehicle before, don’t know what makes it go:
And Photo Three – an involved yell-fest with the popo:
It was quite an active scene down there betwixt Jesse and Stevenson, non?
6th Street Tableau: The Ride From the 280 to Union Square – A Spanking, a Trike, and Trouble with the PopoMonday, December 13th, 2010
Here’s what you can see over the course of six seconds on Sixth Street.
A street spanking – it went on for a while:
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Some kind of gravity trike being used by a FastPass-equipped pilot – never seen this kind of vehicle before, don’t know what makes it go:
And an involved yell-fest with the police:
It’s quite an active scene down there betwixt Jesse and Stevenson, non?
This fellow is waiting at a traffic signal between the lanes on an Interstate 101 offramp somewhere in San Mateo County.
The six foot high pennants are a nice touch. Don’t leave home without them, especially when lane-splitting on a recumbent trike.
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Vaya con Dios, jinete del triciclo.
Here’s what you need – a Bombardier Recreational Products, Inc.Canadian-American Spyder Roadster, or BRP Can-Am Spyder for short, eh? If your Smart Car is too safe, and your stand-up tricycle too slow, then this $16,000 machine is the next logical step for you.
It’s new (sort of), and it’s you!
As seen on Page Street. Click to expand.
Now you might think this fellow zooming down Golden Gate Avenue (not too far from where Patty Hearst spent a few terrifying months) is standing on a California Chariot, but you’d be wrong because this backwards tricycle appears to have pedals and a drivetrain.
Complete with his “Wild Kid” T-shirt, this man has got it going on, leaning this way and that down Ignatius Heights.
For those about to trike, we salute you.