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Sunday, December 13, 2009

Can you do this with your bicycle seat post?



A group that calls itself The Cycologists performed this rendition of "Good King Wenceslas" that was posted last year at YouTube. Tis' the season, so it's time to share this Christmas treat with you!

The Australian-based Cycologists -- Linsey Pollak, Ric Halstead and Brendan Hook -- say on their Web page that all their music is made with bicycles, especially featuring: three clarinets made from the bicycle seat stems, Other instruments include bicycle pump panpipes, tuned bicycle bells and a handlebar flute. Linsey is particularly known as being an instrument maker.

Maybe this will inspire me to get out my alto saxophone -- no, I can't play music with my Cannondale R500, although it has made its share of noise over the years -- and play some Christmas music!

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Perhaps that was what someone was trying to force Doug to do when his bike seat got stolen in the Florida Keys in February!
 
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