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    Handbike on two wheels

    Hi guys.

    I was just playing with my bike putting it on two wheels in a road closed to the traffic.
    The next will be riding straight on two wheels.
    I`m thinking in a future when i will do a review of the new Oracing handbikes i will do a video robbing a bank in my new chair and flee on the new bike with the police chasing me, so I have to practice some scenes from the movie

    On two wheels.

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    lmao. you are truly one of a kind. that little smirk you have when you roll up at the end is priceless. The only times I've 2-wheeled I ended up on my ass with a scraped elbow. Nicely done. love your home-made flag btw.

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    Thanks tooley, i made the flag with an old T-shirt, i really like it, make me really visibility, i thought flags would make noises with the wind, but this one doesn`t do it, anf if does it, i don`t heart it.

    BTW, i have sent Oracing my spinergys, because they haven`t LX in stock for try D`s, they don`t usually use that wheel, and only have in stock spox and slx among others.
    And i have seen your chair finish

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    yup, got an e-mail this morning. I thought those were your wheels! I'm using my white spoked/polished hub LX's these days, will be putting them on the Oracing because they look great with the polished frame. Thanks for lending yours to Oracing for the build of my chair! They even polished the uni-tines!! Beautiful.

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    Tooley, Don't forget to post pictures when you get your new bucket.

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    once it lands I'll post in the "CAD Respository" with the CADs, spec's, and pics for the public to drool over. The thing is a masterpiece, every other (non-Oracing) looks like a toilet to me now.


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    Quote Originally Posted by tooley View Post
    once it lands I'll post in the "CAD Respository" with the CADs, spec's, and pics for the public to drool over. The thing is a masterpiece, every other (non-Oracing) looks like a toilet to me now.

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    Don`t be silly, out there are very good toiltes too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by totoL1 View Post
    Don`t be silly, out there are very good toiltes too.
    Is that... looks like... can't be....

    an Icon!



    (too soon?)

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    I was just lurking, but when I LOL at the last few posts, I had to share. Great two-wheelie, Toto.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tooley View Post
    Is that... looks like... can't be....

    an Icon!



    (too soon?)

    Thanks a lot tooley, now I have coffee all over my keyboard!!!

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