Only cuz you don't "Canadian Content" rock, and even if you did, it probably wouldn't make sense.I want the story behind the name.
For the past several builds, I’ve been naming my bikes after lyrics of songs that were recorded the same year as the bike was built. So, this one is taken from Blue Oyster Cult’s “The Red and the Black,” which is probably my favorite song by them. Ironically, however, the first time I heard it was a live cover from the band fIREHOSE. I still like the cover better, but the BOC original is great just the same.I want the story behind the name.
Impressive song lyric recognition skills.Only cuz you don't "Canadian Content" rock, and even if you did, it probably wouldn't make sense.
"Canadian mounted baby, a police force that works
Red and black, that's their color scheme
Get their man, in the end"
The Red and the Black
Blue Oyster Cult
Is that an original pressing, Carl? And Yeah! Hot Rails to heck!!View attachment 142397
Wrong. I know that album well.
Hot Rails to Hells is my favorite tune on that album.
I named a build a while ago "Tyranny and Mutation"
But I didn't catch that lyric either I'm just a guitar player...lol
I also saw them opening for Black Sabbath in the 70's...
It’s a 26” bike, but those frames are about an inch shorter than the Schwinn middleweights.Is that a 20" or 24" frame? A 24" Speedster BMX cruiser is high on my list of must-builds. I've seen pictures of one or two done that way and they're way cool.