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  1. #46
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    Quote Originally Posted by MomOnBike View Post
    Great pic. You won't be catching me trying that on my bike with my bass, though. Any stray puff of wind could be disasterous.

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    Tony is a big man, about 6'2" and he never rode very fast while he was carrying his bass.
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  2. #47
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    Tony is a big man, about 6'2" and he never rode very fast while he was carrying his bass.
    Maybe my perspective was colored by the fact that the day I posted that, the wind was gusting up to 48 mph. Having lived in windy places, I do tend to take wind into consideration when taking the bass places - it makes a great sail.

    And, again perspective, my shortest brother is 6'6". I've never considered a slender 6'2" guy big - just right, in fact, like DH.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Melalvai View Post
    Do you have the picture? or a link? I'd like to share that on my local bicycle list. They'd get a kick out of it.
    I'll try to find it, I don't remember what day it as and it was a printed version, but I'll try. Jenn

 

 

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