Monday, December 18, 2017

25 Days of Ad-vent, Day 18: Wheels down!

Wonder how many youngsters found a Schwinn under the tree on Christmas morning? But how many bikes did this kid get? And he doesn't need the girl's version - unless this was a precursor to today's cultural mores. By the way, Dad looks way too rested for someone who probably spent most of the night assembling presents though, doesn't he?

1 comment:

  1. Even women now run the straight-up chassis. The "girls chassis" was designed for the long dresses worn back in the day but now that has disappeared (see Trek or Cannondale for example), and differentiation by sex is based solely on wider seats, narrower handlebars, and shorter top tubes -- and shorter males will ride the female models because they fit better, especially an issue with junior riders. Bicycle shops recommend fitting teen boys in the women's spec models because they fit better for their age than men's.


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