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Home > Magazine > Bikes > 36-inch Wheel Monster Bike

36-inch Wheel Monster Bike
October 10, 2009

Here's a pic of an awesome bike.

It's a great pic. It just glows. The faded-aperture framing helps this effect.

It doesn't look like an improved bike in terms of practicality, but it does look proud. And it seems like it would work fine. So we're golden. All bikes are on parade, after all.

Those 36-inch wheels look like they'd roll nice.

There are more of these 36"-er's out there these days. I saw a sweetly curved one at NAHBS built by Black Sheep (link to my show pics, including Black Sheep).

I saw this bike thanks to an iBOB list post. Which iBOBer saw it on NYCBikeSnob, who saw it on the street (and freaked out) and asked and found out that it was a Bologna bike built by a guy named Paul. Data provenance, ahoy:

*http://bikesnobnyc.blogspot.com/2009/03/last-call-for-identities-fixed-gear.html

*http://www.bolognabikes.com/Page_2.php

Here's the pic in high-rez, like it should be. Looks good fullscreen...

4.bp.blogspot.com/_wb8bAl1P-N0/Sh016DKkwNI/AAAAAAAAHoQ/paKHPBpez3Y/s1600-h/1_36_r_full.jpg


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