Ahoy Polloi

February 01, 2016

Ahoy Polloi

We had a rare opportunity to enjoy the view from the Corinthian Yacht Club deck (that's San Francisco in the background) while delivering bikes to donate to the Marin Horizon school's annual fundraiser.  Why, you ask, is the seat set so high on that Gecko?  Let's just say the 80-pound weight limit on these bikes is very conservative, and there is at least one school dad (david) with mad bike handling skills.

 



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