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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr.Magura View Post
    I'll put an end to that at my earliest inconvenience


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    5) Parking lot poseur's heyday with a loaner.

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    6) A politician spending tax payers money on a rental.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shekky View Post
    thanks to the d!ckheads who are giving me negative rep for pointing out that i am AMUSED at something.

    have the balls to sign it next time.
    Stand by for the next round; the folks who will neg rep you for having the audacity of mentioning you got neg rep.

    Quote Originally Posted by Dion View Post
    It is amusing. I agree with you.

    Not because I hate on people for being successful (quite opposite - I love money), it's because I find irony in the fact that somebody took the time and energy to accumulate, purchase a very expensive car (and probably has a handful of other toys - cars, motorcycles, boats, house(s) with all the fixin's, etc.), but yet skimps on practicality and utility.

    In my opinion, a rich person with a true passion for cycling, would have a specific car for cycling - like a utility vehicle, truck, or even as something as badass as Ailuropoda's car. IF I had that sort of money, I would skip out on buying a boat, and direct that money towards a sweet MTB vehicle with all the fixin's.

    When somebody is hauling bikes on their Bentley or Ferrari they either 1) Don't care about the car (which means it was a gift, because anybody who earned the money to purchase such a car would cherish it), 2) putting on airs i.e. showing off or 3) they're STUPID. In all cases, it's a slap in the face of those of us who love cycling (and would be more practical about acquiring a proper vehicle for hauling bikes, especially if you have the money to do so) and shun posers.
    Wow - I've been called out for making some assumptions in this thread, but these are some doozies!

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    Has anyone looked into the possibility that it may belong to Barry Bonds? California, Bentley, and he has become quite the road biker in the last few years. Every article that mentions him on a bike has to point out that his bike cost 16 grand. If I had his money my bike would cost a lot more than that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AZ.MTNS View Post
    It won't run long enough to get that hot.
    heheheheh...

    Quote Originally Posted by Jayem View Post
    For different reasons.
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    They look cool, and with enough engineering and $$$ you can make it comparable to a "right side up" fork, but with the same amount of engineering work and $$$ you could make a right-side-up fork even stiffer and lighter.
    Interesting. Never thought about what was going on inside...
    Quote Originally Posted by Ailuropoda View Post
    You are all amateurs. This is my car. Seriously.

    It has air conditioning, a radio, two front seats and that's about it. The ideal car.

    It fits the girlfriend's bike, gets reasonable gas mileage, was inexpensive, and I make enough money to easily afford a much nicer car except cars don't interest me at all.
    I keep eyeballing those for myself. It seems like it would also be decent to sleep in. I like to have 4 people every now and then, though, and a little more pep. The next gen TransitConnect is looking pretty good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mountain Cycle Shawn View Post
    So one day I pulled up to a major trail head in So Cal in my new Bentley coupe. I got out, went to the trunk and pulled out my shoes. I saw these two guys just looking at me. I thought WTF, aren't people with Bentleys allowed to ride mountain bikes? A couple minutes later my butler pulled up with my new Niner, and I was off for a good two hour ride. The whole ride I was thinking, these poor saps have to haul their own bikes! Oh BTW, I was wearing baggies and I looked in better shape then both of the guys looking at me. I think I saw them on the other side of their car holding hands.

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    Quote Originally Posted by grizzlyplumber View Post
    Has anyone looked into the possibility that it may belong to Barry Bonds? California, Bentley, and he has become quite the road biker in the last few years.
    Do I look like Barry Bonds to you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by grizzlyplumber View Post
    Has anyone looked into the possibility that it may belong to Barry Bonds? California, Bentley, and he has become quite the road biker in the last few years. Every article that mentions him on a bike has to point out that his bike cost 16 grand. If I had his money my bike would cost a lot more than that.
    the photo was taken about a block from my house. no, the car does not belong to barry bonds...

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    Oh, that Bentley. Sorry

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    Quote Originally Posted by skiahh View Post
    Wow - I've been called out for making some assumptions in this thread, but these are some doozies!
    Absolutely. I won't take some fake stance "Oh... who are we to judge?"

    Everybody judges, and I am judged. This whole forum judges - heck, even by the name of it as a "review" site, means we scrutinize everything from brake cables to complete bikes and bike shops. So, I will not try to fake it say that I wouldn't judge if I saw something as stupid as a bike rack on a $250,000 sports car.

    Conversely, when people put $3,000 wheels and tires on a $1,000 P.O.S. - it's stupid. When 24 yr. old beautiful women get plastic surgery, screwing up perfectly natural beauty - it's stupid. And desecrating a beautiful $250,000 Italian sports car, that many can only come close to at car shows and dreams going back to childhood - costing more than what many people will take many years of work to equal that amount... with a $200 bike rack? It's STUPID.

    It's their money... do what they want - it affects me in no way. But it's still stupid, which is why Shekky found it amusing, and I do too.

    People will probably want to leave me negative rep for that. Don't waste your time. I haven't read my rep since MTBR implemented the rep system, and never intend to.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Olasher View Post
    No, I think it is legit.....
    It looks like a computer generated rendering to me. This bike may exist, but that's not a real picture.
    15mm is a second-best solution to a problem that was already solved.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kapusta View Post
    It looks like a computer generated rendering to me. This bike may exist, but that's not a real picture.
    I saw a vid of a guy riding it somewhere, so it's real alright.


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    Quote Originally Posted by kapusta View Post
    It looks like a computer generated rendering to me. This bike may exist, but that's not a real picture.
    Obviously the image I posted is a rendering, but the bike is real.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shekky View Post
    for some reason, i found the fact that this very expensive vehicle had a rack strapped on kind of amusing:
    I found the pic amusing.

    tl;dr the rest of the thread.
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    As to forks being upside down and no brace ,have you looked at any motocross bikes lately or for that matter a Maverick or Mountain cycle fork?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rangeriderdave View Post
    As to forks being upside down and no brace ,have you looked at any motocross bikes lately or for that matter a Maverick or Mountain cycle fork?
    USD single crown forks, simply has no place. Think about it and you'll see why.


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    Quote Originally Posted by rangeriderdave View Post
    As to forks being upside down and no brace ,have you looked at any motocross bikes lately or for that matter a Maverick or Mountain cycle fork?
    MX bikes don't have to worry about weight to much. So, they can make the forks as massive as need be to do a proper job. And, the Mountain Cycle forks weren't very stiff.

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    all this talk about USD forks makes me think of halson designs:

    RARE Purple Ano 1" Halson Designs 'PDS Inversion' Bicycle Suspension Fork Rad | eBay

    i have never seen one in the flesh...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Olasher View Post
    No, I think it is legit.....
    It is legit, but what you failed to mention is that it's an electric bike.
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    No reason to think so deeply about this.........just ride by, point and laugh and carry on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shekky View Post
    thanks to the d!ckheads who are giving me negative rep for pointing out that i am AMUSED at something.

    have the balls to sign it next time.
    Get used to it, b!tches will act like b!tches and anonymously give negative rep because they have no balls.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shekky View Post
    all this talk about USD forks makes me think of halson designs:

    RARE Purple Ano 1" Halson Designs 'PDS Inversion' Bicycle Suspension Fork Rad | eBay

    i have never seen one in the flesh...
    so why does it have bellows at the top?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill in Houston View Post
    so why does it have bellows at the top?
    i dunno.

    i do know these things were upside down forks, though. i used to see ads for them in all the magazines and read a few reviews. can't find jack on the internets about them, though.

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    link: Ventana Marble Peak Mountain Bike Action, April 1995 | Ventana Mountain Bikes USA

    quote from link:

    "…& THAT INVERTED FORK
    An inverted suspension fork is a great idea on paper. The strongest part of a fork needs to be at the top, next to the crown. It makes good engineering sense to use the large-diameter alloy part on the top, and put the smaller-diameter, moving part on the bottom. Not only is this a better use of materials, supporting the bearings and sealing its moving parts is made easier with an inverted arrangement. Known as “upside-down forks,” the idea has been borrowed from motorcycles (even though professional motorcycle racers are returning to right-side-up forks).

    The fly in the ointment of upside-down forks is the brakes. They must be close to the rim, and that means ten inches above the front axle. Since the upper part closest to the rim of upside-down forks doesn’t move, it’s hard to get the brakes to follow the rim. This problem has sidetracked most inverted fork concepts into the waste can. Halson Inversion forks solved this problem by slotting the upper alloy section of its fork. The cantilever bosses move up and down inside the vertical slots without having to depend on a disc brake. You get superb bearing overlap, increased rigidity and less unsprung weight (the part of the suspension that follows the ground on upside-down forks).

    There are no contact seals (oil or dust) in the Inversion fork. One all-enveloping rubber boot seals the lower legs, brake bosses and moving brake bridge. No contact seals means less stiction and better low-end suspension performance. The forks come with a million elastomer elements in different durometers for fine-tuning purposes. To remove its elastomer shish-kebab, unscrew the caps on the top of the fork crown and the entire assembly pops out.

    Did the Inversion forks live up to their lofty expectations? Actually, yes. Every rider in the evaluation was skeptical of the big black fork. Each returned with a similar comment: “These forks work pretty good.” That’s the long and short of Halson Inversion forks: they are good all-around performers, well-suited for full-suspension bikes–and, hey, they come stock with 2.375 inches of travel."

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    best vehicle in the world

    A few years ago, I ran into a young ex-computer engineer that cashed in his start up shares just before the tech bubble bust. He had a new "sports mobile" ford van. Full sized van, high 4wd, powerstroke diesel, pop top with full camper stuff. He was at Bunny Flat with some ski buddies and we skied avalanche gulch together.

    I saw him the next year at the Lassen Park Devastated area parking area in the spring with his gorgeous telesweetie skiing California corn. His sports mobile had two fine full suspension bikes on the rack.

    There's a guy that knows how to spend his money!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Olasher View Post
    Obviously the image I posted is a rendering, but the bike is real.
    I looked around, and you are right, it does exist.
    15mm is a second-best solution to a problem that was already solved.

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    This thread suuuuucks

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    Guys, please excuse the comments of Pete Fagerlin, aka Krapao Gai - he likes to inject his textual diarrhea on MTBR forums....
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    I just wanted to say the following.

    I love to see Pete Fagerlin Rattle peoples cages.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Zachariah View Post
    Guys, please excuse the comments of Pete Fagerlin, aka Krapao Gai - he likes to inject his textual diarrhea on MTBR forums....
    Zach, i dont think this is neccesary, the guy was a muppet, now his banned again, what ever you said he would have deserved it
    Dont ever let the truth get in the way of a funny story....

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    Quote Originally Posted by shekky View Post
    There are no contact seals (oil or dust) in the Inversion fork. One all-enveloping rubber boot seals the lower legs, brake bosses and moving brake bridge. No contact seals means less stiction and better low-end suspension performance. The forks come with a million elastomer elements in different durometers for fine-tuning purposes. To remove its elastomer shish-kebab, unscrew the caps on the top of the fork crown and the entire assembly pops out.

    Did the Inversion forks live up to their lofty expectations? Actually, yes. Every rider in the evaluation was skeptical of the big black fork. Each returned with a similar comment: “These forks work pretty good.” That’s the long and short of Halson Inversion forks: they are good all-around performers, well-suited for full-suspension bikes–and, hey, they come stock with 2.375 inches of travel."
    Wow, far out. Thanks for posting. I owe you some rep, but can't get back to you for a while.

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    I have a pretty wealthy friend with a newer 911 that rides.
    He has a roof rack on it and drives that car everywhere with his bike, regardless of the time of year or the weather. What's even more impressive is that he has no problem throwing his disgusting dirty bike back on on the roof covered in mud when we are done, and then gets his muddy a$$ in his car after a ride without changing his clothes first.
    One time he passed me on the highway on our way to a ride. I have never, and doubt I will ever see a mountain bike travel that fast again

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    Funniest Movie Ever! Not meant to be a comedy, but I laughed my butt off watching it on Netflix. Woke my wife up I was laughing so hard!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1 cog frog View Post
    Funniest Movie Ever! Not meant to be a comedy, but I laughed my butt off watching it on Netflix. Woke my wife up I was laughing so hard!

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    See this is typically where things goes wrong.

    As soon as the significant other wakes up, it's either to bit$h or copulate, none of that leaves you as well as you were


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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr.Magura View Post
    See this is typically where things goes wrong.

    As soon as the significant other wakes up, it's either to bit$h or copulate, none of that leaves you as well as you were


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    I don't know about you, but copulation leaves me better then I was. It's the spending my money that leaves me less well off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mountain Cycle Shawn View Post
    I don't know about you, but copulation leaves me better then I was. It's the spending my money that leaves me less well off.
    Sure, but not when it's interrupting something fun


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    Quote Originally Posted by hardtailkid View Post
    Wow, this has to be a new low. Guys on an internet forum bashing a successful individual who just happens to mountain bike (which is why you all are here, let's remember). You must be really mad at something.
    They're not bashing - they're celebrating a passion that binds us all together.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr.Magura View Post
    Sure, but not when it's interrupting something fun


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    In that situation, I like to multitask!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mountain Cycle Shawn View Post
    In that situation, I like to multitask!
    Hmm, that is usually frowned upon here


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    Quote Originally Posted by Dion View Post
    I haven't read my rep since MTBR implemented the rep system, and never intend to.
    How do you read your rep? On second thought, never mind.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr.Magura View Post
    Hmm, that is usually frowned upon here


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    I encourage it here. Just not enought time to do everything. You should see the multitasking that goes on when I have both girlfriends over at the house!

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    Quote Originally Posted by shekky View Post
    for some reason, i found the fact that this very expensive vehicle had a rack strapped on kind of amusing:
    I just checked the US websites for Saris, Thule, and Yakima and none of them show a fit for a Bentley. Yakima was the only one that listed Bentley in the car manufacturers list, but they show they have no roof rack fit for it. I guess strapping on a rack to get the bike to the trail head is a better option than not riding.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sgltrak View Post
    I just checked the US websites for Saris, Thule, and Yakima and none of them show a fit for a Bentley. Yakima was the only one that listed Bentley in the car manufacturers list, but they show they have no roof rack fit for it. I guess strapping on a rack to get the bike to the trail head is a better option than not riding.
    Try SeaSucker, they make one! Lol

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    To the OP'er, I did not bother reading all the pages of this thread, did it ever occur to you that the owner of the Bentley thinks of it as "just a car"? He would likely not get the point of this stupid thread. Just like some poor person living in the jungle would be wowed by your car.
    Nobody cares...........

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    Quote Originally Posted by chas_martel View Post
    To the OP'er, I did not bother reading all the pages of this thread, did it ever occur to you that the owner of the Bentley thinks of it as "just a car"? He would likely not get the point of this stupid thread. Just like some poor person living in the jungle would be wowed by your car.
    chas, i don't own a car. is there something wrong with me being amused at something?

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    Some 20+ years ago, I used to teach windsurfing on a small lake in West Palm.
    A personal assistant in a station wagon would stop by with the latest hi-tech boards and then proceed to rig some sails. A short time later a couple in their late 40's would arrive in their Bentley or Rolls and immediately get on the water and start sailing.....I'll always remember that as being pretty cool and they were the nicest folks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shekky View Post
    chas, i don't own a car. is there something wrong with me being amused at something?
    No, nothing at all. It must be the same way I am amused at you for thinking it a big deal someone has a bike rack on their car.
    Nobody cares...........

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    Quote Originally Posted by chas_martel View Post
    No, nothing at all. It must be the same way I am amused at you for thinking it a big deal someone has a bike rack on their car.
    who said i thought it was a big deal? you're just another internet tough guy, trying to start a fight. i'm not going to waste my time arguing with idiots on the internets.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shekky View Post
    who said i thought it was a big deal? you're just another internet tough guy, trying to start a fight. i'm not going to waste my time arguing with idiots on the internets.
    To me, you seemed to make a big deal out of a biker putting a bike rack on his car. I was just pointing out that it was no big deal at all for a biker to put a rack on his friggin' car!

    Starting a fight? I commented on you and did not ask for you to respond to me at all. You did that all on your own.

    You called me an idiot. Where did I call you any name at all? In real life you'd be labeled as the one itching to start a fight, not I.
    Nobody cares...........

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    <iframe width="560" height="315" src="http://www.youtube.com/embed/4hrYHpU0LAQ" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe>
    No, YOU don't understand. You're making an ass of yourself for all of eternity.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shekky View Post
    you're just another internet tough guy, trying to start a fight.
    Quote Originally Posted by chas_martel View Post
    Where did I call you any name at all? In real life you'd be labeled as the one itching to start a fight, not I.
    Okay, let's get this over with. One of y'all say "neener neener neener" and the other say "na na na boo boo."

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    I think the reasons for this little scrimmage occurring may fall under this theory:


    "You're messing with my zen thing, man!"

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    this is the forum i signed up for? i drive an old f150 and my new-to-mebike cost me $50. i ride for the enjoyment of it and i dont care what the next guy is doing or what he thinks of me. guess im not gonna be popular in here.

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    Okay, let's get this over with. One of y'all say "neener neener neener" and the other say "na na na boo boo."
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    Quote Originally Posted by shwinn8 View Post
    yeah, because that's what all of us cash strapped people what to see... BUT somewhere i saw 2 Ferrari's with racks on them

    I call shenanigans. You sure the racks weren't mounted to the ladies sitting shotgun?
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    Quote Originally Posted by kjlued View Post
    You guys are doing it all wrong.

    It isn't how you get the bikes to the trail, it is how many you can get there at one time.

    Now this guy has passion!
    looks flexy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LostBoyScout View Post
    I'm choosing to ignore Krapao as he is obviously a troll by the nonsense posts.

    I would never drive a car like that no matter how much money I had, but I do find it a little bit relieving when someone who spends like that can still appreciate bikes. Or more likely... his kid rides bikes. But I'll try to stay optimistic.
    I'd have more hope for society of this guy strapped his two 8-and 10 year-old kids' bikes on there than his own. Like "sure Timmy, I'll take you to the BMX park."
    Go ride your bike.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kjlued View Post
    Maybe they spent all their money on that car.
    I took this at Biltmore Square earlier this year...

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    Sports mobile is very practical.. I used to use Vanagons.

    Here is the thing about having a bike rack on a supercar like a Ferrari or Bentley.

    Without question 100% your going to have supermodels sitting on your lap.

    You make the call

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    Quote Originally Posted by heavychevy View Post
    this is the forum i signed up for? i drive an old f150 and my new-to-mebike cost me $50. i ride for the enjoyment of it and i dont care what the next guy is doing or what he thinks of me. guess im not gonna be popular in here.
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    Jon Olsson's Lambo anyone? Snow tires, AWD, cargo box, I see nothing wrong with this.

    I would do the same damn thing with my bikes if I was loaded. That's called "someone using their car like a car should be used". A Bentley is a footballer's car, nothing noteworthy about it. Run that thing into the ground.


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    Quote Originally Posted by jerry68 View Post
    I took this at Biltmore Square earlier this year...

    Any good riding around Ashville? I visited the Biltmore Mansion last year with my family, and the area was beautiful.

    Someone should be a massive road gap over the driveway leading to the mansion

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    Quote Originally Posted by sambs827 View Post
    I'd have more hope for society of this guy strapped his two 8-and 10 year-old kids' bikes on there than his own. Like "sure Timmy, I'll take you to the BMX park."
    Generally the reality of the situation is that those sorts of people have a nanny taking care of their kids if they have them. The nanny drives a modest vehicle that is often paid for by the parent. They have the bikes strapped to that instead.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sxotty View Post
    Generally the reality of the situation is that those sorts of people have a nanny taking care of their kids if they have them. The nanny drives a modest vehicle that is often paid for by the parent. They have the bikes strapped to that instead.
    That's exactly my point, actually. If daddy is taking time to take his kids to ride bikes, it shows that not only is he successful professionally but just might turn out to be a successful parent as well.
    Go ride your bike.

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    So what you're saying is that successful people aren't generally good parents?

    I really could care what someone else drives. Good for them. I'll concentrate on me and what my family needs and values.

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    Everyone hates rich people in America now. Everyone want's to sit on their ass and let the government take care of them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mountain Cycle Shawn View Post
    Everyone hates rich people in America now. Everyone want's to sit on their ass and let the government take care of them.
    Same can be said for the other side, that the rich take advantage of the poor. The reality is that most people fall in the middle. There are plenty of wealthy people that genuinely care about fostering shared growth instead of only personal gain and plenty of poor who work their ass off to land just above the line where they qualify for government aide. There's no us and them. Support the hard workers, whatever their class.

    And just to be on topic, speculating about the situation with the rack on the Bentley is like sitting around dreaming about what you'd do if you won the Powerball. Pure conjecture. There's no bike on the back, so we don't know what's being hauled. Plus, if that was my only car, I'd throw a rack on it. I want to ride, f#$% the finish.
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    Quote Originally Posted by XJaredX View Post
    Jon Olsson's Lambo anyone? Snow tires, AWD, cargo box, I see nothing wrong with this.
    Maybe it's just the fact that I'm a car fanatic and purist but I could never do that if I owned a Lambo (or a Ferrari, or something similar). Absolutely beautiful cars not really designed to be driven in the snow nor to be used as commuting vehicles. If I had that kind of money it would not be too terribly difficult to get a vehicle designed to better fit that job.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mountain Cycle Shawn View Post
    Everyone hates rich people in America now. Everyone want's to sit on their ass and let the government take care of them.
    I think you're talking about a lot of rich people, right? Maybe the 4,000 millionaires in the that 47 percent of deadbeats? The government does everything for them and our system is now rigged in their favor, even though most give very little back and don't create jobs. The original poster just pointed out the juxtaposition of that fancy yet unreliable car sporting a cheap ghetto rack.

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    sigh...from my original post..."for some reason, i found the fact that this very expensive vehicle had a rack strapped on kind of amusing:"

    not angry.

    not filled with hate.

    AMUSING. yes, amusing is what i typed. right there in black and white, for everybody to see.

    usually when we are AMUSED, we have a smile on our faces. i know i did when i saw the car. that's why i took the photo. one does not see a new-ish bentley with a trunk rack strapped to it every day.

    especially since the car was parked in my neighborhood, which is relatively modest.

    my intention was not to hate on the wealthy or to initiate another Useless Internet Pissing Contest. however, a few of you here take offense at the slightest thing and/or are looking for any excuse to start a fight--hiding behind your internet tough guy personas. thank goodness that there are not that many of you mental midgets polluting the bandwidth here at MTBR...

    thank you to those who have privately supported my amusement. it's nice to see random things in everyday life that make us smile...

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    Quote Originally Posted by XJaredX View Post
    Jon Olsson's Lambo anyone? Snow tires, AWD, cargo box, I see nothing wrong with this.

    I would do the same damn thing with my bikes if I was loaded. That's called "someone using their car like a car should be used". A Bentley is a footballer's car, nothing noteworthy about it. Run that thing into the ground.

    I dig this one!

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    I've been watching this thread with amusement. All of the "If I were rich" comments. Hilarious.
    No, YOU don't understand. You're making an ass of yourself for all of eternity.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shekky View Post
    for some reason, i found the fact that this very expensive vehicle had a rack strapped on kind of amusing:
    I like it! Props to the person for finding a way to carry their bike. It suggests a pretty big passion for the sport and I can't fault that.

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    this thread is becoming more amusing than the original pic!
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    Quote Originally Posted by sambs827 View Post
    That's exactly my point, actually. If daddy is taking time to take his kids to ride bikes, it shows that not only is he successful professionally but just might turn out to be a successful parent as well.
    Honestly I was just relating my observations, but they don't imply the kids are turning out poorly just because they are cared for by nannies. If the parents take time to find good nannies it can still work out pretty well. Does that still qualify as a good parenting? If the results are the same one could certainly argue that taking time to find quality care takers does.

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    I find it funny that people find expensive cars with bike racks funny but never seem to laugh at $500 cars with $12k worth of bikes funny.



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    Any good riding around Ashville? I visited the Biltmore Mansion last year with my family, and the area was beautiful.

    Someone should be a massive road gap over the driveway leading to the mansion
    Seriously?

    The areas around here are the premier riding areas on the East Coast.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kjlued View Post
    I find it funny that people find expensive cars with bike racks funny but never seem to laugh at $500 cars with $12k worth of bikes funny.
    It is funny, but funny awesome

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    Quote Originally Posted by kjlued View Post
    I find it funny that people find expensive cars with bike racks funny but never seem to laugh at $500 cars with $12k worth of bikes funny.
    ooo, man, i bought a 626 like that right when i got out of college, but the greenish color. I loved that car. some knucklehead (not me!) totalled it.

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    Ain't y'all ever seen a fishin' car? That's a $100 car on the Carolina coast, with $2000 of salt water fishing gear on it.

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    ... and if we just ...

    OK i otta get the windex to clean my screen now! LOL
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    Quote Originally Posted by kjlued View Post
    You guys are doing it all wrong.

    It isn't how you get the bikes to the trail, it is how many you can get there at one time.

    Now this guy has passion!
    This guy is doing it more right, then:
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    Quote Originally Posted by mtbnozpikr View Post
    Absolutely beautiful cars not really designed to be driven in the snow nor to be used as commuting vehicles
    I'd have to disagree with this one. In fact, Porsche (not sure if you consider them beautiful cars or not) has a campaign called "Porsche Everyday" and emphasize their cars aren't supposed to be put in the garage and just brought on sunny Sundays. They're for everyday, all weather use.

    I suspect that high end brand markets are torn between the "exclusivity" of people thinking like you do, thereby creating the rarity of these cars and wanting people to think they can be useful, not just fluffy non-functional cars, and therefore be willing to shell out that kind of money to buy them.

    A car is a piece of machinery, no matter how beautiful, and if you can't use it like a CAR, then no matter what the cost, it's not worth it. If you're buying a piece of art, or an investment, great. Buy it for that and use it like that; set up a showplace somewhere and watch its value go up... but a "run of the mill" Lambo (or Bentley or Ferrari) isn't art and should be used in the rain or snow, for commuting, hauling bikes or whatever.

    Just my .02.

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    ^^^Agree. This is they way most people with A LOT of money treat them compared to people who buy them to impress others.
    No, YOU don't understand. You're making an ass of yourself for all of eternity.

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    I have been on both sides of this equation. In college/bike shop days my bikes were always way more expensive than my cars. Now I am the guy pulling up in an expensive car with a high end bike. When I built up my last bike and posted some photos I got roasted on a local site because it was leaning up against the back of my car. People freaked out thinking that I did it on purpose, but actually it was 1:30 in the morning and it was the most convenient place to put it. I can tell you that I love riding as much as anyone on here so don't automatically write someone off based on their car. Go up and start a conversation and you may be surprised.

    BTW I love seeing exotic cars with racks on them and have seen everything from a Ferrari F40 to a Porsche GT2 (I actually have a photo collection of these). In my bike shop days I had to stuff bikes into Bentley etc on a regular basis. I always thought it was awesome. And just to contribute here is a good color combo picture.



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    if you are wealthy enough to own a very expensive car, it is likely that you don't need to "commute"...however, why not drive your supercar day in and day out?

    i'm curious as to owns the car in my original post, since it was parked in my neighborhood--and my neighborhood is NOT one where people own mega pricey automobiles.

    maybe one of my neighbors got the ride of his/her life that sunday, in more ways than one...

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    Used Bentleys are not that expensive relatively speaking. Used they are around $70K, or about the same as a new 5 series BMW.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Salespunk View Post
    Used Bentleys are not that expensive relatively speaking. Used they are around $70K, or about the same as a new 5 series BMW.
    You can buy some nice used Ferraris for way less then that, and Porsches for even less.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skiahh View Post
    I'd have to disagree with this one. In fact, Porsche (not sure if you consider them beautiful cars or not) has a campaign called "Porsche Everyday" and emphasize their cars aren't supposed to be put in the garage and just brought on sunny Sundays. They're for everyday, all weather use.

    I suspect that high end brand markets are torn between the "exclusivity" of people thinking like you do, thereby creating the rarity of these cars and wanting people to think they can be useful, not just fluffy non-functional cars, and therefore be willing to shell out that kind of money to buy them.

    A car is a piece of machinery, no matter how beautiful, and if you can't use it like a CAR, then no matter what the cost, it's not worth it. If you're buying a piece of art, or an investment, great. Buy it for that and use it like that; set up a showplace somewhere and watch its value go up... but a "run of the mill" Lambo (or Bentley or Ferrari) isn't art and should be used in the rain or snow, for commuting, hauling bikes or whatever.

    Just my .02.
    I agree for the most part, BUT:

    1) I would not want to be driving a Porsche (911 or Cayman or Boxster at least) in the snow
    2) How many of us have different bikes for road and trail, and even different bikes for XC and downhill? Seems kinda... similar. Just sayin'.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mountain Cycle Shawn View Post
    You can buy some nice used Ferraris for way less then that, and Porsches for even less.
    The more expensive (and unreliable) the car, the worse the resale value. Warren Buffett drives a 7 year old caddy, btw.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Salespunk View Post
    Used Bentleys are not that expensive relatively speaking. Used they are around $70K, or about the same as a new 5 series BMW.
    from los gatos bentley:

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    Quote Originally Posted by stencil View Post
    1) I would not want to be driving a Porsche (911 or Cayman or Boxster at least) in the snow
    2) How many of us have different bikes for road and trail, and even different bikes for XC and downhill? Seems kinda... similar. Just sayin'.
    In principle I agree, but...

    1) A convertible or cabrio, well, no. But the 911 would be a terrific one with proper tyres. All wheel drive, traction control, several suspension settings, etc. Ride height may be an issue, but so it is in summer.

    2) As a general rule, bikes are a little more affordable than Porsches. Would you be rich, well you are correct. A second car would be on order. But then there's people that just have enough money to afford a car like that, even if it is a little of a sacrifice. That may be the only car for people like that and in cold places, you may have no option but to drive your expensive car.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Warp View Post
    In principle I agree, but...

    1) A convertible or cabrio, well, no. But the 911 would be a terrific one with proper tyres. All wheel drive, traction control, several suspension settings, etc. Ride height may be an issue, but so it is in summer.

    2) As a general rule, bikes are a little more affordable than Porsches. Would you be rich, well you are correct. A second car would be on order. But then there's people that just have enough money to afford a car like that, even if it is a little of a sacrifice. That may be the only car for people like that and in cold places, you may have no option but to drive your expensive car.
    Shows what I know... I thought Porsches were RWD (the 997s are).

    I drive a relatively nice car (not a 911 by any means), an Audi A5, and I use it for everything from a night out with the wife to the car I bring to the trail head with a rack on top. If I didn't plan on actually using it with its AWD in the snow and dirt, I wouldn't have bought it.

    Now here's the flip side - people who get expensive offroad cars like Range Rovers and never take them off road.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shekky View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by skiahh View Post
    I'd have to disagree with this one. In fact, Porsche (not sure if you consider them beautiful cars or not) has a campaign called "Porsche Everyday" and emphasize their cars aren't supposed to be put in the garage and just brought on sunny Sundays. They're for everyday, all weather use.

    I suspect that high end brand markets are torn between the "exclusivity" of people thinking like you do, thereby creating the rarity of these cars and wanting people to think they can be useful, not just fluffy non-functional cars, and therefore be willing to shell out that kind of money to buy them.

    A car is a piece of machinery, no matter how beautiful, and if you can't use it like a CAR, then no matter what the cost, it's not worth it. If you're buying a piece of art, or an investment, great. Buy it for that and use it like that; set up a showplace somewhere and watch its value go up... but a "run of the mill" Lambo (or Bentley or Ferrari) isn't art and should be used in the rain or snow, for commuting, hauling bikes or whatever.

    Just my .02.
    People that can afford very high end cars buy them b/c they want them. Not because they need transportation. You can get the same transportation way cheaper. They are partially toys and there is absolutely nothing at all wrong with that. If a person wants to put snow tires and jack up a lambo or some other toy that is perfectly fine. However it doesn't suddenly make the vehicle practical. BTW I saw a guy in a porsche cayenne spinning out all over in the snow while we drove easily thru it in my subaru. So apparently it wasn't that good after all (I have to assume he either had silly tires or did not know how to drive very well, but it was still a bit humorous).

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    Quote Originally Posted by hitek79 View Post
    I've ridden with poor guys that smoked me, and rich guys that smoked me. Moral of the story, I'm slow.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SS Hack View Post
    So ugly, they remind me of the tastelessness of Donald Trump.
    Really? I find them quite classy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sxotty View Post
    You can get the same transportation way cheaper.
    Oh no you can't! Do you know how many pairs of panties you can collect driving a Bentley around?

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    Quote Originally Posted by stencil View Post
    Shows what I know... I thought Porsches were RWD (the 997s are).

    I drive a relatively nice car (not a 911 by any means), an Audi A5, and I use it for everything from a night out with the wife to the car I bring to the trail head with a rack on top. If I didn't plan on actually using it with its AWD in the snow and dirt, I wouldn't have bought it.

    Now here's the flip side - people who get expensive offroad cars like Range Rovers and never take them off road.
    Around here in winter for about 2 weeks at least driving on the road might as well be off-road driving

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