For the first time in decades, I no longer live on a gravel road. This is now the chronicle of my life as I begin my FOURTH year in the city
Oh for sure!Can't get a clearer sign than that!
It's beautiful. I'd been thinking of that one myself, but ended up buying the red Point Beach Cruiser instead... mostly because Walmart was discontinuing it and I got the floor model at discount.Glad you posted this today. I've been thinking that I should get on it more and learn how to ride the thing. You know that saying about never forgetting how to ride a bike? Not true.
It is a sign! You NEED a cool bike - I love mine! And in Texas, there are very few months that aren't bike riding weather, so you can ride in December as well as June!
I did not buy a cruiser though they look very fun. More weight to push around though. I bought myself a lightweight one. I have enough weight on my butt to push.
too cool for school
Oh, WOW - yes get it, get it!
The cool thing is that any bike you'd own would be a genuine Roxie Cruiser. This one is a bit heavy with the pepto pink for me...but with the right pashmina...?
See, you NEED a bike. It's a sign.
Another great way to accumulate mileage!If you're still considering C4C, better hop to it. They're shutting it down up this way, like tomorrow or Saturday!!
Ooh, pretty! Definitely a sign!(My security word is "comet", another sign that you are intended to get this bike and shoot through the universe on it! Or maybe it's a sign to scrub your bathtub.)
Um, No comment...(that is supposed to be funny!) Just beeeee careful, steer clear of all poles.
So sorry. Spammers have been giving me fits today.