Hey there! Welcome to the home of Wheel Sexy Cabaret. WSC celebrates the bicycling body and showcases riders through inclusive, body-focused, bicycle inspired performance. Regardless of whether you’re a summer cruiser or hard-core racer, this cabaret will be sure to grease your chain!
Future performances will be scheduled in 2014.
WS people are traveling: France, Montreal, Cuba. This picture comes from a bike lane in Sète, France. Traveling with your bike is oh-so-sexy, don’t you think?
And you wanted to see a bicycle burlesque show in the Twin Cities…
Where would you want to see it? Email us your ideas:
wheelsexy [at] gmail [dot] com
Check out number 14!
After our dance, we’ll be biking over to the AFTER PARTY @ Intermedia Arts!
There will be wine, beer, and food from the BLB. ALL PROCEEDS from food and beverage sales go to the Midtown Greenway Coalition.
Now that’s wheelsexy.
A recent trip to the Hub! One of their fabulous mechanics I talked to told me to be aware that I was riding with a wide load.
Wide load? Honey. I do this all the time (and I look good doing it).
My wheelsexy biking booty brought me home.
Thanks Hub for the new tire and tire levers.
Making pasties is too fun! Using bike tubes makes things a little tricky because the tubes are thick, but on the flip side, tubes don’t show needle punctures when you sew ‘um.
- Buckram (this will act as your “frame” or pastie canvas, if you will)
- Liner fabric (mine was pink!)
- Glue (I used a pH adhesive made for paper, next time I may try spray adhesive)
- Pencil (to create your stencil)
- Scratch paper (your stencil)
- Old bike tube!
I made my own stencil (a circular pastie looks like a pac-man!) at the size I needed.
The buckram shouldn’t show, that’s just to help build shape and size.
I wrapped my pink liner around the buckram’s edges, so it would hide better. Then glue!
Finally, sew the pastie into it’s final shape.
There were so many layers and the tube is thick, so this took patience, but I’m so happy with them! What color would your pasties be?
Last Friday, a rainy ride
One clean shirt, one ready for the wash.
Riding in the rain? Now that’s #wheelsexy.
I found mine used at Ragstock ($5! What?) – I think they need an iron. Or maybe not. :) Queer Bike Gang & 30 Days of Biking present SHORT SHORTS RIDE! Meet at Brackett Park at 5pm between the baseball diamonds just off of the Greenway, a little bit west of 38th Ave. Roll out at 5:30pm, end at ARTCRANK, prize for the shortest shorts. Have a great weekend!