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Discussion in 'Regional Forums' started by California, Mar 24, 2012.
Better than 27!
How about 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32!
All in one! Thank You Sonic Drive In!
Now, who's going for a ride? We need a 33!
p.s. the cheddar peppers were delish!
Here is a 33:
Here are a 34 and a 35 in the same picture
Works for me, let's keep this puppy rollin........................although not technically within the rules, but, I like the creativity, so ride on.
WE NEED A 36, I'm thinking a bra with the size showing, on the handlebar.......it's just an idea!
Did France just enter the game?
Cool! Great pictures!
Yep, cool game !
I can't be the only one unable to find 36
You're right. I can't find one either.
I haven't looked, but might this weekend.
36? It can't be that hard. I'll be finished working about 4:00 this afternoon, I'll go looking.
It's a great excuse to get on the bike and just wander...........
Here's a 36-C
The first picture includes the label with the number 36 showing, the second is a wider angle showing the bike with it...
Now go get creative and get a 37!
I thought those things just came in even sizes????
Is a 37 part of a bigger number (1937) allowed ?
I think that would be a bit too easy. I'm not offering this as an option nor would I condone it but Google "find a grave" and one trip to the cemetery would pretty much ruin this game through number 2012.
Another vote against using parts of numbers.
Once we hit triple digits, road numbers and house numbers are going to make it pretty easy.
No using parts of numbers. As an example, if you were looking for 77, you could not use 1877, or 7720.
However, numbers separated by hyphens or dots or other such punctuation are acceptable.
i.e. 408-624-3540 would work for any one of the three components, 624, or 408, or 3540. Also if you saw a sign advertising 49.2 acres of land for sale, it could be used for either 2 or 49. And if you saw a sign that said, Cleveland 29 1/2 miles it would work for 2, 29, 1........Got it?
So go get it!
Ok, I'll keep my 1937 for much later !
Just a small hint - mail box numbers.