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23 August 2011

Freedom machines

I ride a bicycle.
So what, you might say, everyone does.
It is a clean, cheap way to move around
It makes you independent.
Unlike driving a car, there is little need for a mechanic if something begins to malfunction.
Unlike a car, you don't have to pay for gas, insurance, licenses etc.
Purchasing a bicycle is easy and relatively inexpensive.
Riding proves exercise, keeping you fit. Physical and mental health
While riding, you can look around. You are more involved in the environments that you pass through.
While riding a bike, you add balance to your life. You have mobility but are stilled tied to the environment. You can get places, but when it rains you have to stop and go under cover.
Riding effects your wardrobe. Short sexy shirts are out. High shoes that objective your womanhood are out. Griddles and long irrational skirts are out. Restrictive clothing are shed.

A liberated woman is no longer a flapper or a hippie. She is a woman on a bike going about her business. Wanna ride with me?


Domanick Fabro said...

i take it you don't use dresses or skirts? must be hell to ride in those.

Beth said...

Oh I use them. But I don't ride while wearing them. Plus I don't use a style that objectives me.

Leonardo Melendez said...

A bike is a machine ;P

Manoj said...

Hey, thanks for dropping by my blog and commenting there on 14th feb, 2011! lol
Can't agree more on the freedom of using a bicycle! :)