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    Use your bike to open a beer.

    My buddy get a gold star for this one!
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    Quote Originally Posted by randyharris
    My buddy get a gold star for this one!
    Corona is beer? Since when?

    BTW, drinking and riding is against the law.

    (I know of at least one bike manufacturer that actually includes a bottle opener as part of the dropout. The company escapes me now, but I'm sure somebody will chime in.)
    Nobody gives a s#$t you singlespeed.

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    Hebwas in the garage working on the bikes and forgot to open his beer veforing heading back into the garage, figured this out instead of bak to the kitchen.

    No drinking and riding? Better tell YetiSurly to nix the Tequila tree
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    SPD pedals work perfectly for opening bottles.

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    so do Time ATAC's




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    So does the F1 symbol on my jedi
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    Quote Originally Posted by skinny-tire
    Corona is beer? Since when?

    BTW, drinking and riding is against the law.

    (I know of at least one bike manufacturer that actually includes a bottle opener as part of the dropout. The company escapes me now, but I'm sure somebody will chime in.)
    My 2003 Cannondale 1FG had that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WhiskersOfDeath
    SPD pedals work perfectly for opening bottles.
    Quote Originally Posted by Maadjurguer
    so do Time ATAC's

    Quote Originally Posted by clockwork
    So does the F1 symbol on my jedi
    so do my spokes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by randyharris
    Hebwas in the garage working on the bikes and forgot to open his beer veforing heading back into the garage, figured this out instead of bak to the kitchen.

    No drinking and riding? Better tell YetiSurly to nix the Tequila tree
    Actually, here is what I use when I'm being a hipster ******
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    Nobody gives a s#$t you singlespeed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by randyharris
    Hebwas in the garage working on the bikes and forgot to open his beer veforing heading back into the garage, figured this out instead of bak to the kitchen.
    Looks like someone's been using that opener this evening, too.
    Today's the day I eat bikes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dag Nabbit
    Looks like someone's been using that opener this evening, too.
    I was thinking the same thing, lol

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    There's no need to use your bike to open a beer. That's what wedding rings are for.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skinny-tire
    Corona is beer? Since when?

    BTW, drinking and riding is against the law.

    (I know of at least one bike manufacturer that actually includes a bottle opener as part of the dropout. The company escapes me now, but I'm sure somebody will chime in.)
    Santa Cruz, but the hanger on my Heckler is made of flypaper, and I've bent about 6 of em, so now I have openers everywhere.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tpvet73
    There's no need to use your bike to open a beer. That's what wedding rings are for.
    Agreed. That's why I got the titanium version. Wife hates it but I tell her it just proves how strong our love is.
    Today's the day I eat bikes.

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    Don't leave home without it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Black Bart
    Don't leave home without it.

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    Sweet!
    Who makes it and where are those available?

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    check these out: http://www.ahrensbicycles.com/Bottle-Opener.htm

    want to buy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dag Nabbit
    Agreed. That's why I got the titanium version. Wife hates it but I tell her it just proves how strong our love is.

    hahahaha that's what I tell my wife also when I use my wedding ring.

    My ring is tungsten tho, and it tends to break things in my left hand, scratch frames, schatter pint glasses, and not one trace of a mark on the ring.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DustyBones
    Sweet!
    Who makes it and where are those available?
    They're made by Ahrens Bicycles, I got this one about 5 years ago at Interbike but I think they'll sell direct. According to their
    blog they've started to make these again, but there is also a headset spacer version.

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    SE Racing has these seats. Too bad I never use it since Four Loko only comes in cans


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    Quote Originally Posted by skinny-tire
    Corona is beer? Since when?

    BTW, drinking and riding is against the law.

    (I know of at least one bike manufacturer that actually includes a bottle opener as part of the dropout. The company escapes me now, but I'm sure somebody will chime in.)
    Surly does. My buddy has a Karate Monkey that we use to crack open some refreshment post ride. Nice feature!

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