NO MORE SUMO AT WALLY’S

We will no longer end our ride at Wally’s Bicycle Works.
Please stay tuned to see what this means…

Hobo Theme is still ON

5 Comments »

  1. Dr. Jones said,

    September 27, 2006 @ 11:11 am

    Why not? Did we do something wrong?

  2. Deputy SETHZILLA! said,

    September 27, 2006 @ 12:32 pm

    Too much trash afterwards.

  3. broken BOner said,

    September 28, 2006 @ 10:23 am

    To those few people, who throw their cans over fences, and choose to ignore the consequences:

    Congratulations: You’ve ruined it for everybody. Property rights prevail, you lose..

    It probably only took 5 or less people. When i collected the trash after the last few sumos, it was mostly the aluminum logos of Icehouse and Coors; typical beverages of unwelcome rejects. But, i didn’t trespass on the land of certain neighbors, and too many cans landed in places i didn’t search.

    If you thought only one night got Sumo ousted from Wally’s, you’re wrong. This problem has been recognized for atleast four months

    Despite the unusually dense presence of dumpsters and trash cans, and repeated warnings, some typical thumbsucker still thought that chucking a beer can over his shoulder would make him a cooler cowboy. The silver-spooned dimwits will probably never read this, but i’d still like them to RECOGNIZE that they pedal their bikes among superior beings. Evolve or fester, but be polite either way.

    I’m as good as I do. - bo

  4. Dr. Jones said,

    September 28, 2006 @ 4:41 pm

    do you think the parking garage might let us do it on the very tippy top of the garage? probably not what with alchol and the presence of college students, but how cool would that be? Plus, everything is cement so it’s be easier to see the trash.

  5. broken BOner said,

    September 29, 2006 @ 1:13 pm

    The parking Garage is definitly not a viable option. Every dodgeball game that my crew has ever thrown has been busted by the Las Policias, and most of those games were on top of the parking garage. The parking garage games were busted in less time than other locations, and after a couple weeks, the pigs were practically waiting for us to show up.

    Land of the free.

    Dodgeball attracts alot less attention and noise than a thursday-nite bike Sumo.

    The garage roof is also well lit, and out-of-traffic, so it’s perfect for a Bike Sumo. But, some snitch bitch has already read your suggestion on this website, so if a sumo game moves up there next Thursday, it wouldn’t last 9 minutes.

    i DO, however, reccomend a Sumo on the garage someday in the future, even if it could only Happen once. It’s a beautiful slab. Just expect to be shoo’d away by armed henchmen once the game gets hot.

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