Posts Tagged ‘wheelie’

Area Motorcycle Rider Drives As If He Were On A Fixie – Skidding About on a Locked Rear Wheel

Wednesday, March 20th, 2013

I’ll tell you, I have a clear memory of fixie-riding Andy, gracefully pushing his locked rear wheel back and forth to kill speed coming down Oak Street.

Remember?

Good times.

Anyway, there’s another guy does the same thing, but on a motorcycle.

Like just for fun. On McAllister:

He also does wheelie stops. (I’d like to see a fixie bike rider do that.)

Hats off to both these gentlemen.

When Piloting Your Schwinn Stingray “Wheelie Bike” Down Market Street, Don’t Forget to Display the Proper Attitude

Wednesday, March 7th, 2012

Thusly:

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wheelie bike, also called a muscle bikehigh-riser, or banana bike, is a type of stylized children’s bicycle designed in the 1960s to resemble a chopper motorcycle and characterized by ape hanger handlebars, a banana seat with sissy bar, and small (16-to-20-inch (410 to 510 mm)) wheels. Notable examples include the Schwinn Sting-Ray and Krate lines and the Raleigh Chopper line. Other notable manufacturers and retailers that offered models include AMFCCMColumbiaHuffyIversonJ. C. PenneyMalvern StarMonarkMurrayRossSears, and Vindec.

Towing a Trailer Up Market Street While Popping a Wheelie

Tuesday, December 6th, 2011

Look Ma, one hand!

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The Load-Carrying, Wheelie-Popping Bike Riders of San Francisco’s Market Street

Monday, November 23rd, 2009

The man was spontaneously popping wheelies at every green light whilst towing a load down Market street last week. Recycling is his game.

See what happens when you cut down on the number of cars?

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