Thursday, November 30, 2006

Happy Trails to You



Who wants to celebrate? I LOST 14 LBS THIS MONTH!!!!!!!!!

There are two things that I really miss since I've been an adult and gotten old and fat. One is riding a horse and the other is riding a bike. Some day I'm going to lose enough to do both again. Of course, nothing beats the feeling of gallopingthrough an open field wide open with the wind in your hair and the smell of leather and horsesweat and honeysuckle making you high. But if I had a second choice, this little baby pictured above would be it.

Isn't she pretty? I love the retro look, the little pink seat, and of course the basket just makes it complete. Oh and those pretty fenders! If I had a bike today, it would be this one. I just love the girliness of it all. If you go to beach cruiser blog,you can see all the different styles they have, or even help them decide on their newest looks. You will be impressed with the many different types of beach cruisers they have available. And I'm sure some of you are looking for a great Christmas present for your youngster or your health-conscious brother-in-law.

What is your favourite color? What should be the color combination? You can decide different color for frame, rims, fenders and seat. But for me, I think this one is perfect just the way it is. I think I would a midnight blue with silver fenders and black seat too, though. The possibilities are endless.

No, it's not as good as riding the trails Roy Rogers style, but hey--we can't all be Dale Evans.




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4 comments:

Lisa said...

Hi Cindy,
Congrats to ya!! Cool bike! I enjoy bike riding although I don't ride as much as I used to when the kids were younger. We still ride during the summer up north occasionally--had to buy a bigger seat for my older bike and it still wasn't big or soft enough for me! :)

It's nice to see your enthusiasm!

Keep up the good work!

Praying for your Prodigal said...

You go girl!!!!!!!

Diane

Anonymous said...

Congratulations!!! And I love that bike!

C. H. Green said...

Great to see you delia and diane!