As when then people need knowing about howcome there's my polo, like when and where my stick when ball goes unto net, i spray urban wisdom with tis flyer and samwich. see says flyer how you can play as one love, one team.
All that press was enough to get us kicked out of the First TN Pavilion. Hurray!
Quite typical of a new polo scene. Most clubs have to move a few times before they find a good spot.
We (the players) are not bitter. We understand that the incorporated people of this world have something to lose and that these types of people find it really hard to trust anyone at their word. So this will not be a tirade of insults being thrown at those responsible for our banishment, even though that would be a lot of fun.
No, we must look forward and envision a fun world where bike polo can exist freely and without hassle. In East Vancouver they have created the first bike polo specific court! Check it out:
For the 2011 North American Handmade Bike Show Geek House Bikes out of Allston, MA made a custom polo bike. Below are some pics of the bike.
The bike is pretty sweet, but The Bike Snob had a good point about custom polo bikes. "If bike polo had one thing going for it, it was that it was one of the last remaining bastions of cycledom in which people didn't use expensive equipment. However, with the advent of the polo showbike, it would seem that those days are officially over, and poloists have finally evolved into agoraphobic roadies."
For anyone tuning into this blog to find out about polo and who has never seen a game before, this video is a good one to watch. It's from the finals in the London Open. The only real difference in this game is that the team that wins, must win by two points as opposed to a normal game where the first team to score 3 points wins. Enjoy.