I googled ‘F20-R’ to see if I was the only ‘guy with the little bike’. Turns out, these folding bikes are super popular in Asia. I went to check out KHS’s Taiwan Site and I was amazed to see 12 different models of this bike.
Here’s their top of the line F20-RAC. It has 105 components and a Carbon Fiber fork!
This is their off-road model, I wonder if I can convince them to bring one to the States.
This F20-R looks ready for a long ride..
This is an interesting one…
A pink one!!!
I find it amusing how ignorant people can be about these bikes. I endure comments like ‘Is that your kid’s bike?’, ‘that’s a girls’ bike’ and my favorite, ‘get a real road bike’. To all those people…. KISS MY ASS AS I FLY BY!!!
Hoss Introduces Ponderosa Knickers
Anaheim, Calif. (May 25th, 2007) — Hoss Technical Gear adds Ponderosa
Knickers to their line of functional and affordable cycling clothing.
Based on Hoss’ popular Ponderosa Shorts, the Ponderosa Knickers offer
urban and/or trail riders classic Ponderosa function and comfort,
with the versatility and additional coverage of a ¾ length design.
Ponderosa Knickers with Integrated Liner
• 8 panel microfiber polyester outer shell is lightweight and durable
• 6 panel polyester/Spandex liner with CoolMax for moisture
management and comfort
• CoolMax sanitized chamois with multi-level technology improves
comfort by relieving the pressure points between body and saddle
• Adjustable bungee cord closure on legs
• 6 pockets, including 2 side cargo pockets and a rear cargo style
pocket with Velcro closures
• Partial elastic waistband with extra secure belt and buckle for
comfort and fit
• Rear stretch panel for comfort and flexibility
• Sizes: S / M / L / XL / XXL / XXXL
• Colors: Black, Grey, Beige
• MSRP: $69.95
Hoss Technical Gear was created to offer the MTB enthusiast stylish,
functional and affordable MTB apparel. Each member of the Hoss staff
has more than 19 years of experience within the apparel industry.
Hoss makes cycling apparel that makes sense.
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Courtesy of LA Times
The current $1.25 bus and rail fare would increase to $1.50 by July 1, 2010, then $1.80 by 2012. The $3 day pass would jump to $5 by 2008, $6 in 2010 and $7.25 two years later. The $52 monthly pass would go up to $62 in 2008, $75 in 2010 and $90 in 2012. A special 25-cent fare would also be established for the disabled and seniors 65 and older. The fare would be in effect 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. and after 7 p.m. on weekdays, all day Saturday, Sunday and federal holidays. It would increase to 30 cents in 2010 and 35 cents in 2012. The weekly pass will go from $14 to $17 in 2008, $20 in 2010 and $24 in 2012.
I swapped Ibex frames on my Xtracycle. Now I’m sportin’ this fancy schmancy Ibex B27 Frame. They don’t make this frame anymore so this makes my bike even cooler.
Check out how my Sweetskinz Scorch reflect ever so brightly in the night…ooooohhhh aaaahhhh
Here’s how it used to look.
I know you’re jealous…don’t hate the playa, hate the game!