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We sat Ferg down to talk bikes, rugby, food and unusual watermelons.
Colin FunkedUp: Ferg, welcome to FunkedUP HQ. This is not your first FunkedUp, Do you want to tell us a little bit about what happened to the last one?
Fergus McF: The last FunkedUp I got was last year and it was a white number with green wheels and kinda red grips on the handlebars which I thought was pretty cool. Yeah, I had the thing around 2 months and l was locking it up in my apartment block and obviously someone took a fancy to it and robbed it unfortunately, so I’ll have to be a bit more careful with this one.
C: Is there any particular reasons for the colour choice?
FMcF: I was actually going to go all black with white handle bars and wheels but I just think in the nature and spirit of FunkedUp Fixies you might aswell go with the colouredy ones. So I decided to mix it up and go with the Leinster vibe with the blue frame. The white and orange compliment themselves so pretty happy with it now.
C: Do you have a name for it yet?
FMcF: Blue Dragon maybe?
C: Now these questions are a bit off the wall, you favourite restaurant in town?
FMcF: Ooooh, prob say butchers grill in Ranelagh, my favourite in town is actually a little spot called Koncan. I’m living in Dublin 8 so there is a place called Koncan, its an Indian so hopefully not everyone is going to know about it after this. I love that and I love Indian food.
C: Most recent Tune you’ve listened to? Anything funky?
FMcF: There’s a cool Lana Del Ray remix, Blue Jeans RAC remix, very good summer one I think.
C: Ireland's prospects for the 2015 world cup?
FMcF: Yeah, Prospects for the Irish squad now, obviously its a long way away at this stage I think going from the six nations I think the team has really progressed and I think Joe might have said in the press like if you think Ireland can go one better than they did the last world cup and get to a semi final. I know ideally you just want to try and top the group and put yourself in the best position by playing a potentially weaker team in the quarters. I think Ireland are progressing really well and I don’t think that something like a semi final or maybe even a final is completely out of their grasp if we keep getting better so we’ll see.
CH: Great to hear. Positive. Now there’s one final question that Olaf wants to ask you.
Olaf: Do you reckon this is a small watermelon?
Thanks for dropping by Fergus!
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