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In The Cantina


1951 JACOBSEN POWER CYCLE PROTOTYPE DISCOVERED
The Sole Whizzer Competitor

The Latest Burma Shave Slogans
from the Highway Leading to Bandit's Cantina

Bandit's Cantina Episode 101
Bikers For Fossil Fuels

Bandit's Cantina Episode 100
The Protest

English V-Twin Classics Discovered
Could there be a Connection?

A Tribute to Sex and Sinwu
The Touch of a Woman will always Rule

Barry's Favorites
Heaven on Earth

Chelsea GOB from Philly
Bikes built by Johnny Mac

The Minneapolis Blonde
Just Walking to High School

Bicycle Racer to Motorcyle History Legend
First motorized vehicle to cross the U.S. wasn’t a car - it was a bike

Bandit's Cantina Episode 99--Raising Fun or Raising Hell
The Cantina Food Drive

Bandit's Cantina Episode 98: Mandate Madness
Trying Business Survival in Los Angeles

Chapter 2
Rudy and the Women Blues

HUMP DAY ACTION!
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Bandit's Cantina Episode 97: Clay's Christmas
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1951 JACOBSEN POWER CYCLE PROTOTYPE DISCOVERED
American industry adapted, diversified and we saw machines like Salsbury and Cushman scooters come along and then the Whizzer, a power cycle built around a bicycle chassis.
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The Latest Burma Shave Slogans
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Bandit's Cantina Episode 101
Joey couldn’t figure it out. Who would vote for destroying a city? He searched for a spot near a chain-link fence where he could cable his bike to a galvanized pole.
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Bandit's Cantina Episode 100
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A Tribute to Sex and Sinwu
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