About dirty biker

I am a fan of singletrack, singlespeeds, single malt, and single women. Tempe, Arizona, USA

18 thoughts on “Sometimes you need it baggy

  1. Pingback: Sometimes you need it baggy | PEDAL CANTON

  2. SUCK IT, SUCKERS. What about them head badges, huh? What about some motherfucking patches? Some little ones? Some mid-sized ones? Some Goddamned reflective ones? What about a very fine merino wool t-shirt?

    Fuck y’all.

  3. You could always go to Rivendell. Not sure how Grant would take your attitude though.

  4. Just got mine,,,Im the coolest drunk motherfucker in Washington….really…..

  5. I received mine a few weeks ago a I must say, I was a little bummed. While the quality is great, I have never bought an XL ‘loose’ fit tech-T that fit tight like and undersized jersey. Call me a fat fuck, whatever. Hopefully one of my less pudgy accomplices will fork over $40, or the equivalent in some not too shitty beer for it.
    On the flip side, the Pedal Pushers Club T I received for completing their questionnaire looks and fits perfect.

  6. Didn’t order one. My 2 earlier T’s didn’t fit the lonely beer-swilling bad jointed bumble fuck I have sadly become at the age of 51.

    To those who can fit in to this turd and not look like Rosie O’Donnell in a cheap Mexican porn…..I salute you.

  7. Q: How do you make love to Rosie O’Donnell?
    A: Roll her in flour and poke at the wet spots.
    Har!

  8. Q: How do you make love to Rosie O’Donnell?
    A: Slap her thigh and ride the wave in.
    Har!

  9. Mikey Mikey Mikey

    I watched all that shit and saw not ONE crash. The only reason ppl watch car races if for the crashes.

    Don’t you guys down-under know that ??

  10. TTT— Au contraire, my drunken friend. I watch F1 and MotoGP to see those guys go WAY TOO FAST but somehow *not* crash. In 1990, watched A. Senna taking ninety-degree downtown corners in Phoenix AZ, apexing at nearly 90 MPH between concrete barricades. I could not believe my eyes every single time he went through. Also, please review Wonder Boy #93’s pole lap at CotA earlier this summer— he was on his backup bike, wrong tires, wrong setup, and lifting the rear wheel 6″ off the track at turn-in at about 120 MPH. Guys like you and I will never even meet anyone with that much ability.

    PS— I live in Seattle.

    PPS— Spa actually runs *this* weekend, not last.