Sunday, November 1, 2009

Bicycle Beauty In Motion



Miss Sarah Chan's Two-Wheeled Adventure is so great. I saw it for the first time a few months ago, but didn't realize that it was on youtube to share with everyone. There are so many things about it that I love. I'll start with saying that I love the music. I love the bike. Pashleys are beautiful machines. I love her upgraded basket. I love her shoes, so hot (and I am pretending that they are vegan). I love her dress. I am obsessed with bows and hers is huge and beautiful. I love full skirts. I love her dismount! Seriously I dream of being able to do that. It is so beautiful and graceful and complicated looking. I don't think I am an experienced enough cyclist to even attempt that yet, I have weird balance issues. Anyway I think that this video is a demonstration of the essence of my interpretation of Cycle Chic.

Visit Miss Sarah Chan's Blog Girls and Bicycles.

Edit: I just watched this again for like the 5th time and just noticed that there is a Sugarbowl. Just like on the Arthur cartoon, well not just like but similar.

5 comments:

  1. Wow, i don't even have my Pashley yet (a sonnet, like yours!) and i'm already sure that there's no way i'll ever look this amazing on a bike! You are right, Sarah is the essence of cycle chic!

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  2. Danae, Never say never! By choosing a Pashley and realizing the Awesome that is Sarah you clearly know chic. It is only a matter of time before that knowledge show itself in you bicycle riding.

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  3. Hey Girls - Thanks for the kind words! The dismount sort of evolved naturally, it feels normal to do it that way. Glad to know it looks cool.

    That video was about 6-8 weeks after I had baby Dexter. New moms can be chic too!

    Seriously, thank you for the honourable mention on your blog:)))

    S*

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  4. Sarah - That is crazy that that was so soon after Dexter. 8 weeks after Miss S. I was in sweats and The Bubby's Ts staring at her and wondering what did I do? You looked amazing, as always.

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  5. Video, model, bike and city are all lovely. To date, much of my Edmonton knowledge has come from the ESPA. Canada has never disappointed these Yankee tourists, so a trip out west appears to be in order.
    The Chattanoogan

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