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Photo: Cyclist in skirt

by Richard Masoner

All of you readers were clamoring for photos of a cyclist in a skirt. Never let it be said that we don’t listen to our readers requests.

This is Don Walker, the bike builder behind Don Walker Cycles in Indiana. (When did he move to Indiana??)

Don Walker is also the organizer of the North American Handmade Bicycle Show. The fourth annual show begins in Portland, Oregon on February 8 at the Oregon Convention Center. Nearly 200 exhibitors are signed up for the 2008 show, which is expected to feature lots of commuter and utility bike goodness this year.

Thule Set $97

9 Responses to “Photo: Cyclist in skirt”

  1. Slippery Pete says:

    That’s hot.

    The bike I mean. Yeah, the bike.

  2. Ghost Rider says:

    Not exactly what we were clamoring for, but hey — you can’t please everyone!

    That is a mighty fine looking bicycle.

  3. Efried says:


    I wonder why you are so advanced regarding craftmanship in the US- here in Europe you can hardly find welders for doing prototypes. It is the lower taxes?



  4. Marrock says:

    If he can actually ride that in a kilt I’d be bloody well amazed.

  5. Jeff Moser says:

    That’s no ordinary kilt. It’s a shilt. Part short, part kilt, and bicycle specific. There is no chamois required either, since the 3 yards of wool provides more than enough padding for even the most sensitive rider.

  6. Marrock says:

    Right… and you are so full of shilt.

  7. keith says:

    know why a scotsman wears a kilt?…
    sheep can hear a zipper at a thousand yards.

  8. BAW says:

    Seriously, how does one ride in a kilt without encountering modesty issues?

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