Ahh, the good old days.
My rough plan for the new weekly schedule of material here at The Sticky Bidon is to provide you with roughly 1 part product, 1 part discussion/rant/musing, and 1 part entertainment/levity/wonderment.
The end of the work-week seems as good as any to provide a tiny slice of the later to calm your jangled nerves and get you psyched for spending at least some of your weekend with a bike in one way or another.
So, without further ado, we have a few clips from the old-timey good-old-days, when life was simpler and more authentic. You know, when dying from polio was a common thing, life expectancy worldwide was hovering just above 30 years, women couldn’t vote, and pet weight loss programs/psychological services weren’t actual things…
First up, a country is encouraged to be vigilant of road debris so that cyclists won’t be kept from being productive members of society. Do your part!
Then, what flat-out on a Penny Farthing really looks like (suck it hipsters and retro-grouches).
And finally, sitting on a shoulder of mutton, shorts and sports, and the carefree any-old-things of modern youth – those rascals!
Cheerio, old fruits.
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