Frozen Bike Seat

Frozen Bike Seat

11 responses to “Frozen Bike Seat”

  1. dragon lady says:

    Oh painful.

  2. Terri says:

    Too funny…

  3. AQK1982 says:

    Whoahahahahahahaha ‘okay breath breath breath’ hahahahahahhaaha (sorry Stu).

    Maybe a handy tip. Buy a schapenbontseatcover. No more problems, just don’t forget to remove it from the sadle afterwards to keep it dry en fluffy.

  4. iooryz says:

    But I take my bike with a frozen saddle to the trainstation, wait for a train in the freezing cold and take another bike with a frozen saddle to work from the trainstation there.

  5. Invader_Stu says:

    Dragon Lady – Indeed

    Terri – Thank you :)

    AQK1982 – That would require me to be intelligent and I think by now we both know that the one thing I am not is…..

    Iooryz – You have my sympathy.

  6. Alison says:

    I look at my bike seat still covered in snow and remain grateful that I can walk everywhere I need to go right now.

  7. Invader Stu says:

    Alison – I’ve started taking the tram a lot more this week because of it but that also might have something to do with me not wanting to break my neck on ice.

  8. (As I was reading this, one girl living in my building screamed that there is no heating in her room.)

    I’m starting to feel left out with all of this cold business; it still hasn’t snowed in my neck of the woods. :P

  9. Likeahike says:

    Don’t you get those annoying bicycle seat covers with advertisements on them when you leave your bike at the railway station? Just this once they would be useful. But of course, when you need them, they’re nowhere to be seen.

  10. Invader_Stu says:

    Barb – I can send you over some snow but it might just be a soggy envelope by the time it arrives :p

    Likeahike – I know. They give them out in the summer…. why?!

  11. VallyP says:

    Hah, Stu. I’ve foregone that particular delight until all this white stuff has gone. I don’t do the white stuff…grrrr, I mean brrrrrrrr x

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