Blind + Crazy: A Little Music, Maestro

Postby crazychris on Fri 17/Apr/09 10:32am

It seems every time we make a change to the bike, we add some weight. When I commute, I like to listen to my iPod (although it's switched off when I'm in traffic)and I thought a small upgrade to the tandem might be in order to allow us to enjoy some music while we ride. Then I found the perfect tandem music solution! Yes, it adds some weight, but we're used to that.

ImageWhat could be better? Imagine doing some hairy singletrack downhill sections while Logan taps out "a bicycle built for two" or maybe we could ride and busk at the same time, hopefully raising enough money to buy Logans kidney back.

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Re: Blind + Crazy: A Little Music, Maestro

Postby j2hyde on Fri 17/Apr/09 11:21am

OK. Sure. :blink:
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