Yesterday I came home to a package awaiting me. It told me to open it up!
Sho-nuff, It was the knickers that Hoss MTB promised me.
Yes I know I’m a bit to short for it, but heck, I’m not trying to win any best dressed contest here.
Um excuse me….but I feel your eyes on my butt…can you remove them? Thanks!
I like these knickers because not only does it feel great to wear, but my sexy factor just went up a notch. I know, I didn’t think it was possible since I’m off the scale already. But back to the Knickers, super comfy, chamois padding is not too thick not too thin, just right. There’s plenty of pockets to stuff your wallet, keys, phone or your weed…jk!
For more info about the Hoss MTB Knickers, click HERE.
On our other site, MtnBikeRiders.com, our Staff Writer, Jeremy Yang reviewed this shirt that can double as a jersey and be worn as a business casual shirt. Heck you don’t even have to change when you get back to work!
Here’s the shirt at work during a casual event.
Read the full review HERE.
I was perusing KHS’s Japan website and I stumbled upon this bike:
With the increasing popularity of Fixed Gear bikes, this bike should be sold in the US!!! Hope our friends from KHS are reading this….
You may have noticed that we feature a lot of KHS stuff on this site. Well, it is because we have a great relationship with them. Vince C, Henry H and Vince R are super cool KHS employees that support bike commuting. Back in February we had a chance to visit their US Headquarters located in Dominguez Hills. Check out our article at mtnbikeriders.com by clicking here.
My wife and I couldn’t decide where to go out to eat yesterday. Neither of us wanted to drive. So I suggested to ride the bikes to McD’s. My wife was apprehensive at first, but I told her that I’ve done it before. So I hooked up my Copilot Trailer to the B27-R, loaded the kids and off to McD’s we went.
Grace loves her new Mountain Bike, so she decided to ride that instead of something more ‘street’ suitable, eh, to each its own.
We all had a good time riding to McD’s, Grace didn’t think it was so bad after all. I guess the biggest obstacle that a Bike Commuter has to overcome is Fear of traffic.