20090421

Andre and the Leopard skin taint tickler

For the longest time I've asked my homegirl 'jen bear' to get me a road bike... So when she tells me to come over and I see a wicked ass new Bianchi (apparently these things are like Maseratti's of bicycles)
and a throwback '79 Schwinn racing bike.
I already knew what time it was and beggars can't really be picky. I took the '79 home later and rode the Bianchi around. That thing is like riding on a bike made of muffin. I don't know if it was the lightness of the bike or the leopard skin taint tickler seat, but that thing was smooth.
So I get the '79 home, put some new tires on it, and wiped of the dust and pollen and shit and I was ready to ride. "Jen Bear" came over and we rode, blazed and rode some more. I really think cycling is something I want to get into along with photography/roller skating/tantra but I'm gonna need to get one of those "perenium friendly seats" cause riding is around murder on the taint.

4 comments:

HB said...

lmao, hell yeah its murder! its cool looking though.
i need some new wheels for my bike before the summer starts! they've been broken for years and my dad doesn't listen to me when i ask him to get my new wheels for it :(

justbrad said...

good pick.. biking around the city will definitely change your overall perspective of your surroundings.. you notice things you fail to see while driving.. my friends and i take it to the next level and bike to clubs, parties, etc.. some will clown, that's a given.. but we still consistently ended up with girls wanting to come back, so that's where the bike locks and taxi-cabs came in..

Stew said...

riding bikes are pretty rough on your testes which takes a toll on your sperm count.

you should be sure to take good care of them

Gabi said...

I NEED THAT LEOPARD BIKE SEAT!

I'm in the middle of giving my bike a paint job--"Exotic Purple" with leopard components!

All of the leopard seats I see are cruiser ones, but I need somethinga little more serious. Where can I find it?

Please email me at gsegal@hunter.cuny.edu

THANKS!

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