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This is pretty cool.

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Very nice Piece +Neal Turner 

I love the symbolism of the female receiving the oral sex and the other female wonder why she can't receive the oral sex and the guy being like, "Wooooop, Oh Damn!"
Artwork by Neal Turner
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A bike is only as secure as what it's secured to.

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Remember to make sure to always squeeze in a little Cobble work.

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few funny truths here, the MTB one is pretty good too

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Last year on December 9th I set a reminder alert on my calendar to compare my health from one year ago to today. When I visited my Dr. on Dec 9, 2012 I weighed in at 274 pounds and felt horrible. Today - 1 Year later I am 168 pounds and I feel like a completely different person. All it takes to change the direction you are traveling is one step. I am glad I took that step! Cycling was a big part of this lifestyle change, and I could not have done it without my bike!

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Rum Bike!

As the PR was told to us...

The Stolen mobile bike bars will be coasting through the streets of Wynwood throughout the week of Basel, providing thousands of Miami visitors in town for Art Basel week a taste of the one-of-a-kind spiced rum.  The lucky art buffs who spot the Stolen bikes will enjoy a spiced rum like no other- Caribbean rum with natural roasted coffee beans and tobacco flavors.

#makebikes  
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Stolen Rum Bike
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We should try this!

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This is pretty coo

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Mark Talkington Before and After

A before and after photo like this usually comes with a weight-loss product attached, but all we're pitching is the bike. Get out there, get in shape, and persevere. Ride your bike.

That's what our friend and Bike Hugger Magazine contributor Mark Talkington did and lost over a hundred pounds.

But I have to be out there. I can't miss a ride. I can't alter the routine. I need to get home, review the day's data, and check my monthly and annual totals. I cannot alter from the path that leads me to my goal. And that goal is simply to live longer than the "old me" should have. "Your children can't be orphans," the doctor said months earlier, staring me straight in the face during an exam I finally got around to scheduling. "They're going to need a parent in their lives. If it won't be your wife, it has to be you.

Read his story in Issue 06 #rodeinit  downloadable now from iTunes.

http://bikehugger.com/magazine
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