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I would have to say that yes, I loved taking my female friends out for rides, but I would much prefer they take out their own. The bike handles totally differently with a passenger, and I'm not nearly as comfy with a passenger as I am alone. But that's just me...
 

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He "loved it" because that was a way for him spending time with you...duh...

No one, no one, wants to keep on doubling another person. It really fucking sucks, can't go fast, can't turn hard, can't sit up and relax, and so on and so on...
 

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He wants to be able to bake brownies while he is riding.
 

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My wife is about 110lbs, and is actually a very good passenger. She doesn't move much, and will look over my inside shoulder on curves, but I prefer being in control of every which way the bike twitches while I am riding.

--David
 

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Buy him one of these and tell him to stop being a bitch....


Do they come with a bigger penis sleeve? That would be very restricting for my Kosher dill.
 

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2up is cumbersome, unless the chick is like 100lbs
I don't see weight as being quite as big of an issue. Obviously, a girl that weighs 100 lbs is going to make the bike handle a whole lot differently than a girl who weighs 150, but I'll tell you, my girl weighs about 95 lbs and she is so bad back there that it gets to the point of being dangerous sometimes. I think what I'm trying to say is riding technique is just as important if not more so than sheer passenger weight.
 

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I don't see weight as being quite as big of an issue. Obviously, a girl that weighs 100 lbs is going to make the bike handle a whole lot differently than a girl who weighs 150, but I'll tell you, my girl weighs about 95 lbs and she is so bad back there that it gets to the point of being dangerous sometimes. I think what I'm trying to say is riding technique is just as important if not more so than sheer passenger weight.
:plusone: but there's still no fat chicks allowed
 
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