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Blue Suede Shoes Bicycle

July 10, 2006 | Other
New from EPE is an Elvis bicycle! You can buy a blue or red one for almost 180 dollar. The theme from the red bicycle is "Love Me Tender". Pre-order only.

Take a stroll down the street with Elvis on this "Blue Suede Shoes” bicycle. Features 26" classic mens cantilever cruiser frame, durable steel construction soft dual elastomer suspension, comfortable seat, foot operated rear coaster brake for sure stopping, chrome plated dual crown fork, wrap around fenders, classy twisted spokes, and comfortable riding whitewall tires.
Source:EPE - Elvis Presley Enterprises
asd123 wrote on July 10, 2006
wow, guess this will be a great addition to every elvis-collection. lol but honestly... have they gone crazy?? do they really think we'd spend our money on something like this? nope not me, as long as there are enough cds by other great artists or other nice things to buy... NEVER
byebye wrote on July 10, 2006
-It´s because Sillerman is behind the handlebars...
SendToTodd wrote on July 10, 2006
I would really love one of these, but I'm too old to ride one. Perhaps a walking frame with wheels would be good!
Loesje wrote on July 10, 2006
LOL Give me the red one any time !
Dixieland Rock wrote on July 10, 2006
I wonder if they will come out with a "Dominic Bicycle" or an "Ito Eats Bicycle"......lol
OneSidedLoveAffair wrote on July 10, 2006
Hey it might make some new young fans!!
Steve V wrote on July 11, 2006
whats next from this group - Elvis toilet paper?
Jim Hoff wrote on July 11, 2006
Thrilling!! And you know what?? The air in the tires is smuggled directly out of the Jungle Room during one of Elvis' sessions in 76'.
Elvisguitarman wrote on July 11, 2006
A bike for the kids? Is there anything that EPE will NOT merchandise? With the kids taken care of - what's next? An Elvis themed wheelchair and/or walker for the older fans? EPE sure endorses Elvis with a bunch of junk. It was a wise decision to sell the rights so that EPE could embarrass themselves with all the "high quality" merchandising -- nice going Lisa Marie.