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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 09-05-2014, 10:24 PM Thread Starter
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Try and ride it or hang it on the wall?

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Try and ride it or hang it on the wall?

http://www.banditnine.com/fleet/bishop/
would have to hang it on the wall. no way i could ride it... my back and ass startin to hurt just thinking about trying to ride it.lol.

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I saw that on the Cyril Huze blogsite a while back and thought; wow... someone would actually pay almost $7k for a 125 cc bike that has no form and nearly no function.

To each their own I guess...

I think you're right about it being art even if I don't get it.
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That Bishop is so stripped-down, it is almost a shame to put a rider on it LOL

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I'm way too big to actually ride it, but I do have to admit to liking the look... I'd put it on my wall!

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