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In This Issue:

 

June 9th: Ridin' for Ronald

Smokeout! June 22-23

 

Lil' Weather

 

Free Thinking with Fancy Free

Looking at BOOBS - a special article collection!

 

Readerville Weekend Event Highlight:

May 17-20: Southern National Meet in Denton, NC

THIS SATURDAY: Marvin Ridge Custom Car & Bike Show

THIS SUNDAY: Caldwell County Officer Down Memorial Ride

 

 

Loose Talk with Jon: Lake Lure & the Sound Ordinance

 

 

Look for much more at www.thecarolinarider.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

We'll be there! Come see us at The Carolina Rider BIG RIDE bus!

 

 

The Little Weather Quickie for the Week of May 14-21, 2012

Monday 74 t-storms, Tuesday 78 p-cloudy, Wednesday 78 iso t-storms, Thursday 78 p-cloudy, Friday 78 p-cloudy, Saturday 79 m-sunny, Sunday 8 p-cloudy, Monday 82 m-sunny (as per www.intellicast.com on Sunday 5/14/12)

 

 

 

 

Looking at BOOBS


This past weekend I overheard a group of women chatting about how funny it is that breasts are such a big thing with bikers, that motorcycles and topless chicks just seem to go together. They weren't actually complaining, just marveling at the amazing abundance of boobs in bike magazines, calendars, and every bike event known to man ... and, you know, if there are breasts involved, every man's gonna know about it .. and certain proud women will flock to be part of the show!

Breasts are queen.They reign supreme admired in art, poetry, and comedy as well as simply walking down the street. They get framed in beautiful lace, lifted up for accentuated notice, and flashed for fun and flirtation. And honestly, it's not just men who love breasts, most of us women are happy to have them in whatever form we're given and we appreciate the beauty of other sets around us as well. Too bad they have to stay covered up most of the time ... well, except of course, at a rally or between the covers of Easyriders! Titty Alley's nightly exploits are sought after in Sturgis. Boot Hill Saloon is famous for the many bras hanging from its bar.Strings and strings of beads get thrown in parades and bars in eager hopes of some breast exposure. The wet t-shirt contests at Charlotte's annual CBA Swap Meet are traditions.And there's plenty of women's bikerwear available to show off our upper assets.

Furthermore, bikes and breasts have found a new connection in recent years as the pink ribbons have begun to fly in support of women with breast cancer.There are many motorcycle rides and other events designed to benefit individuals in the midst of their own fight, cancer research, and breast cancer in general.I'm guessing you've been involved in one of those or that in some way are connected to someone affected.


Today, partly in honor of yesterday's Mother's Day, partly inspired by a boob job we had the chance to (un-) cover, and partly just simply because, as I said, bikes and boobs just simply go together like icing on cupcakes, I bring to you a special article collection entitled "Looking at BOOBS." It all started with Trudy who volunteered for us to follow her steps before, during, and after breast augmentation. And while researching Trudy's story, I was privileged to meet Tammy, a woman undergoing breast reconstruction. Dr. Jean-Pierre Riou, the doctor doing Trudy's surgery introduced us and I was immediately pulled into her amazing journey and know that you will be too. Tiffany shared with me her interest in having a breast reduction and I knew I wanted her story included here as well and to round it all out I found some topless dancers willing to share their thoughts as well as the perspective of Anne Gessner, a nurse practitioner who helps women with breast feeding issues as a professional lactation consultant. You can find the full article collection in our ARTICLES section and you are encouraged to add your own perspective in the COMMENTS section at the end of each story.

In the meantime, here are some fun links & quotes found online ...

  • Ron White's jokes, "back me up on this, fellas - once you've seen one woman naked, you ... .pretty much wanna see the rest of 'em naked. It can be an old biker chick, you know they're gonna hang down to here. 'Wanna see my titties!?' 'Yeah, I do!"

  • Comedian Michael Jr. has a video on Comedy Time called Breastfeeding and My Son that's pretty cute.

  • The hostess of Funny 4 Girls online calls breasts "mesmorizing" in their silly focus on Boobs here.

  • Here's an excerpt from a poem entitled "I Like my Breasts Free" by Queen Poetess B:

Big or small, short or tall, even if one is size A and the other B
They are our imperfect perfections
They belong to you, they belong to me.
Jiggle, jiggle with hard nipples, let them bounce naturally ...
'cause I like my Breasts Free!

(You can find the full writing here.)

  • Wikipedia: "Morphologically, the breast is a cone with the base at the chest wall, and the apex at the nipple, the center of the NAC (nipple-areola complex.)"

  • A guy named Josh in his random blog called Perspectives from Sept 2011: "It's like they come with built in tractor beams! As soon as a woman walks in a room it's like the guy's head is sucked into the field Like the Millennium Falcon trying to escape the pull of the Death Star, but helplessly surrendering to a force much greater than itself. (Ok, yes, nerd moment. I'm sorry.)Oh! And one funny thing about this tractor beam theory, is that the pull becomes greater with the amount of exposed cleavage. Try it sometime, it's crazy!"

  • From another random cyber-blogger,Kim Zussman, dec 2010: "Those who have studied and dissected them can tell you they are little mounds of mostly adipose tissue (fat), and milk glands, held together by a mesh of connective tissue (Cooper's ligament), with a pigmented exit nozzle"

 

 

Where's THE BIG RIDE?

Have you spotted THE BIG RIDE out and about? The Carolina Rider bus gets around The Carolinas, often at motorcycle events but not always ... as seen in this shot taken by a reader (thanks Justin!) over this past weekend from The Epicenter in Charlotte.

If you spot THE BIG RIDE bus, snatch a photo and send it my way and I'll post it. If we get enough responses, we might even do a little "best photo" prize! And yes, this is one of those "are-they-paying-attention?" methods. So, are you paying attention?

 

"Readerville"

... an eclectic little section dedicated to eclectic items sent in by our eclectic readers!

THIS WEEKEND!

Bryan R sent this info ...

2012 Antique Motorcycle Club Southern National Meet

in Denton, NC on May 17-20th

We have a web page (www.amcasouthernnationalmeet.com/) and a facebook page (www.facebook.com/pages/Antique-Motorcycle-Club-of-America-Southern-National-Meet). I would love for you to come and check out some of the oldest and most rare bikes from all over the south. Buzz Kanter of American Iron Magazine will be leading 100 kick start only motorcycles from Wheels Through Time, they will be arriving Friday afternoon. Also The Historic Motor Maids (All Women riding club) will be there on Saturday, as well as motorcycle field games.I hope to see you there!

 

 

 

 

 

 

Today might be rainy but we've been spoiled lately with some beautiful weather. And anyway, as the old saying goes,

"All sunshine and no rain makes a desert."

May you enjoy the rain and the sun......

"Go on now, squeeze out every drop of sweetness on your ride today!"
Fancy Free, Site Editor

I'm on Facebook ... "friend me!"

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Lake Lure and The Sound Ordinance

I know, I'm going to disappoint some of you. Last week a friend of mine had his 50th birthday and he wanted to ride to Lake Lure to celebrate. I though it be be a good time to drop in on the LLPD to have my bike tested for their sound ordinance.


Before I tell you about the sound reading from my bike you should know what's been done to it. It was an 88 CI motor built to a 95 CI. It has T-Man Performance parts in it and has D & D FactCat 2 into 1 pipes. The whole thing has been dyno tuned and produced 112 horse power and 112 foot lbs of torque. This motor is built to RUN.

Officer Hill brought the special "put it in the right place" thingy (see picture) sound measurement device and started to measure. I just knew I was going to blow the "not over 92 decibels" limit.

When he said you passed, your bike measures at 88.2 decibels, I was shocked. I then had him test my buddy's bike, a stock Road King police edition with Rhineharts. His was 86.2.


So the moral of the story is unless you have straight pipes you should be safe.
Go ahead and ride to Lake lure, it's really a great ride!

(My bike getting measured with their special sound measurement thingy)

 

Ride Safe and Keep The Shiny Side Up,
Jon

Jon "Footloose" Pendleton

Publisher, www.TheCarolinaRider.com

 

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