Pedal Off Sissy Girl!

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Looking for the perfect exercise to help you tone up your legs and plump up your rear? Take to the road on a bicycle, dress the part and watch your unwanted fat simply fall off.

We frequently extoll the virtues of regular exercise as part of your strict feminization activities but many of you sissies seem strangely reluctant to don a pink leotard and hose to work out at your local gym. Besides you want to tone up not bulk up. If this is you we have the perfect solution.

Push me please!

Buy yourself a delightful old fashioned ladies step through bicycle, ideally with a basket on the front for those last minute groceries and get set.

The great benefit of sissy cycling this summer is that you can dress for the occasion since you are moving at at least 3mph and no one will get a good glimpse to recognise your true identity. Capiche!

Apply some sense when choosing your skirt or dress like the pretty girl in our photo since you don’t want to wear anything too short and revealing which might cause a traffic jam. Whether you stop for a latte on route that’s your choice.

And before you pop a sizeable plug in your pretty butt remember where you will be sitting as long journeys can make you rather sore… but then again!

Dress up, mount up and cycle off!

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  1. Thought there would be a lot more comments and conversation by now on this post. After reading this article back in 2010 I was able to find an oldfashioned ladies bike by following estate sales at a very cheap price. You should have seen the young mans face at the bike shop where I took it to be refurbished, he just couldn’t believe I would put that kind of money in a bike that age, not so cheap. I personally repainted the fenders replacing the old wire handle bar basket with a wicker one and found an old bike bell for the handlebars. On the the next step.

    Of course I already owned an assortment of plugs and toys but riding a bike with a plug, not so easy. I ended up having to order a plug harness online and ended up using a slightly smaller plug that allowed me to pedal while it moved up and down. This took a bit of getting used to but some effort and a lot of determination I made it work.

    Nothing left but to find the right skirt and sweater and force myself out of the virtual closet. It was late September when I took my first ride and I don’t think I have ever felt freer and more natural in my life. I got a few looks from passing cars but I think they were more interested in seeing a middle aged woman on an antique bike with her puppy in the basket then noticing anything else.

    1. I’m currently looking for an old fashioned ladies bike, but they are proving exceptionally hard to find around. My own inspiration was a book I recently found, The Girls’ Bicycle Handbook.
      It had wonderful information, incuding a chapter on cycling in style…including biking in dresses. I cannot believe that there are actually ciswomen who ride bikes in heels! Wonderful inspiration and there was a picture of an off-white Pashley with total detailing that I just fell in love with. Not that I’ll ever find it in here in the States.

  2. Thank you for your article, what a sizzling nostalgic idea. I can picture myself on this fall in a loose skirt and sandals biking down to the north shore for a picnic with a bottle of wine and some cheese and crackers loading upfront in my wicker basket. Now to be able to find an old fashioned step through bike with a basket that will be the challenge, picking the right plug for the ride will be the easy part.

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