Baseball Card In Bicycle Spokes
Throughout the 20th century playing cards were placed in such a way as to make a noise as the card flaps against the spokes.
Baseball card in bicycle spokes. Buellwinkle is probably right. Check anything thats speed sensitive. Get some tape or ordinary clothespins. The sound of a bicycle spoke card.
Please try again later. Dont forget to look and see if an old baseball card is caught there. The only thing that is speed sensitive and not engine sensitive are wheels tires powertrain. A spoke card or spokecard is a card placed in the spokes of a bicycle wheel.
This feature is not available right now. Stream baseball cards in bicycle spokes by conover from desktop or your mobile device. A baseball card thats what doubles were for or a playing card clipped to the fork with a clothespin or wedged through the spokes made an impressive amount of noise the faster you rode. They lie parallel to the entire wheel.
Today it seems hard to fathom that anyone would actually not care about putting creases in some perfectly good cardboard heroes but back in the 1950s 60s and even 70s it was quite normal. Tape or clothespin the card to the back frame of the bike ensuring that enough of the card sticks out to slap on the spokes as they go by. If you see vintage baseball cards with heavy center creases theres a decent chance they were once attached to somebodys bicycle spokes. However there is no evidence that these were called spoke cards.
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