I’m beginning to realise that Eurobike is a weird place. It’s a place of sensory overload, as if you’ve eaten a kilo of fizzy sweets washed down with a can of fizzy pop…the place is fizzy.
There was too much for my brain to absorb today so I thought I’d just concaentrate on the weird stuff. Here’s a small collection of the odd bits and bobs from Eurobike.
A man painting a girls bosom attracted quite a bit of interest.
The Charge stall stood out from the rest. Last time round it was a 60’s kitchen this time it’s an old laundrette complete with bell on the door and all.
A service wash here costs about a fiver.
The electric bikes were all in a building call the Zeppelin, you know that huge great lumbering airborne beast. You could whizz round the indoor test track on some of these machines, I got up to 40kph on a zippy looking machine. Nothing lumbering about that.
More painted bosoms and the German police who patrolled the show.
I’ll try and find something serious tomorrow.
Eurobike Randoms 2008