Theme song part 2 & "go ride a bike"
I figured out how to post the little video thing for my theme song on the blog so more people can get to it easier!
So, on to my main topic.
Since I started my journey to fitness I have been listing things that I'm looking forward to being able to do again when I reach my goal. Some of them I'll be able to do before that time and some will take longer. But, for the most part these are things that I miss out on because of my weight. For instance...I forget what my feet look like...ok not really but you get my drift.
The one that I've been really thinking about lately is...riding a bike. aaaahhhhhhh yeah! Riding a bike. I haven't done that in years. I used to love it. I had a great bike and I rode that bad boy all over town. Not only that but I used to be really into Photography...I acctually did it for a living for a while. I shot the society party pictures for Sacramento Magazine for about 2 years. I had once expected photography to become a career. But, like with a lot things we like we find that doing them for money diminishes our enjoyment of them. Also why I'm no longer a professional male model. I still walk down this make shift runway I built in my garage...got little flashy lights on their runners and I crank up the techno and strut my ample stuff...the fans are gone but I still hear the cheers...i still...*sniff*
Oh, sorry..where was I? Ah yes. Bikes! I would take out my bike and my camera and just cruise around. You see so much more of life that way...I really do miss that.
My city is great for bikes. Several bike trails. Two rivers. Second saturday of every month all of the galleries open their shows for the month and people come out in droves to walk through the gallery sections of town and view all the new art. It's good to ride down their, chain up the bike and walk.
My plan is to start looking for bikes that can support aprox 270 pounds so that when I reach that weight I can start riding again. I know that even at that weight I'll be pushing the boundries of most bikes support capability but I really want to get out there you know...
Anyway...if anyone reading this has some knowledge in this field and has any suggestions on what brands or styles of bike I should start looking at I would appreciate your input. It's still a while off but it never hurts to research and start saving...