not meaning to sound stupid...

Dear Groopies,

Im a bit daft, and i dont know what a coker is. could someone explain Thanks
easy.rider@btinternet.com

Re: not meaning to sound stupid…

A coker is a 36" unicycle made by the coker tire company. it comes
stantard with 6" cranks and a viscount seat. It is very ideal for long
rides. They run for $289 US on Unicycle source.

-Max, The Mad Man

Re: not meaning to sound stupid…

On Fri, 23 Mar 2001 21:11:21 -0000, “Easy.Rider”
<Easy.Rider@btinternet.com> wrote:

>Dear Groopies,
>
>Im a bit daft, and i dont know what a coker is. could someone explain Thanks
>easy.rider@btinternet.com
>
>
Reply from someone who never rode one (got my info from this group): A coker is
a unicycle with a very big wheel, I think 36". It is ideal for long distance,
stable, fast and steady-going. What sets the Coker apart above anything else is
that it seems to be very addictive. It’s almost like a virus: once you’ve ridden
one, you’re infested and want to have one for yourself. The condition is called
Cokerhead. Strangely enough, while all Cokerheads are uncannily enthusiastic
about their toy, it is the single most discussed unicycle brand re upgrading.

In short, steer away :wink:

Klaas Bil

“To trigger/fool/saturate/overload Echelon, the following has been picked
automagically from a database:” “Oleg Kalugin, George W Bush, Iran”

Re: not meaning to sound stupid…

A coker is fun!

When referred to on this newsgroup it refers to a 36" pneumatic tyred unicycle.
You can purchase them in the US and UK from Unicycle.com. Have a look at
http://www.unicyclesource.com/Coker_Tire_Company21316.html

or http://www.unicycle.uk.com/shop3/shop.html

Roger


The UK's Unicycle Source <a href="http://www.unicycle.uk.com/">http://www.unicycle.uk.com/</a>

----- Original Message ----- From: “Easy.Rider” <Easy.Rider@btinternet.com> To:
<unicycling@winternet.com> Sent: Friday, March 23, 2001 9:11 PM Subject: not
meaning to sound stupid…

> Dear Groopies,
>
> Im a bit daft, and i dont know what a coker is. could someone explain Thanks
> easy.rider@btinternet.com
>