but in the meanwhile
living quite happily in Belgium!
To make people ask the question: "Why would anyone want to hang a bike on the wall?" We had a bike shop here that had a couple of old bikes on the roof. Since we don't see the whole picture, what are we missing? Is someone passing it down to street level? Interesting conversation piece.
You assume a man did this? Okay, you're probably right. I can't see a woman doing such a odd thing.m.
I have a friend who hangs his on his bedroom wall, such is his passion for the Bike!!!(and the word verification "strange")Leon
Some notion that it's slightly more of an anti-theft precaution than leaving it on the ground? Most bike thieves are a bit lazy, after all.
Bob, The owner probably knew that I was looking for a blog topic! :)Mark, I know it's a man, because it's a man's bike (with the horizontal bar). Unless it's the owner's wife who was tired of her husband being out all the time, riding his bike.Leon, You mean his 'actual' bike that he uses for cycling or just an ornamental piece? Strange ... that's the least one can say.Autolycus, That's the first thought that springs to mind, isn't it?But no, the bike is just a piece of decoration on the facade of a bar, which is also the club house of the local cycling association.
yes, his actual bike!!!!!!!!!!!!!
There's an English saying Martine "it's driving me up the wall" meaning "driving me crazy". Perhaps this is the two wheeled equivalent?!
Craig, LOL ... now why didn't I think of that :)
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