While I’m not a big fan of the whoe “lifestyle Branding”… it’s still a nice bike. I live in Florida and I’ll never understand the insanity of wanting to transport a surfboard on a bike. Built by VDB Moto. AdvertisementRate this:Share:FacebookTwitterEmailRedditPinterestMorePrintLike this:Like Loading... Related
I sure agree about carrying a board on a bike, except that sometimes the surfer has no other vehicle since he doesn’t work, too much time on the waves to keep a job you know.
I think that for most riders who carry a board it is just to make a statement about how cool they are.
Just like many who carry a board on the roof rack of their car even though they rarely surf.
Like the bike, it is all about “lifestyle” and telling others who they are.
The bike is nice and clean, the seat isn’t the typical ironing board (although it is close) and it doesn’t have the moronic Firestone tires. It will be too stinkin’ loud with those pretend mufflers and make more people hate bikes.
And have you seen a board bike without the board mounted?
How goofy are those racks when empty!
I don’t now but out here in the Pacific North West there are some pretty nice riding roads on the way to good spring/summer skiing. I don’t surf but if I did I’d figure out a way to enjoy both sports on the same day.
Sorry it supposed to read I don’t know but out here in the Pacific North West there are some pretty nice riding roads on the way to good spring/summer skiing. So carrying a pr of short summer skis or board is ok ! I don’t surf but if I did I’d figure out a way to enjoy both sports on the same day.
that low-profile seat is awesome