In Health and Fitness News

At last, a promise Hair Füror is likely to keep:

Yeah, we’re not doubting this promise at all:

Imagine that on a bike?

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22 Responses to In Health and Fitness News

  1. Martin Pollard says:

    The same man who can’t walk half a block without a golf cart, is unable to navigate a gently sloping ramp, and doesn’t have the manual dexterity to operate an umbrella? Shocked, I say, I’m shocked!

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  2. spotthedog says:

    Betting my quatloos TFingG is incapable of riding a bike.

    Ming may recall this bit of cycling history;

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    • spotthedog says:

      Read about Tour de Trump lawyers attempt to quash Tour de Rump.

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    • ming says:

      Yep – that was before there was actually a way to follow the event other than reading one or two inches of column space in the sports section of the news paper. I had forgot that tRump was involved before it was the T’DP. Raul Alcala was a god back in those days.


  3. purplehead says:

    Well, I’ve seen that type of physique on the rec trails around here, except most of those tub-o-lardos are using electric “assist” bikes that they hardly peddle. They could sure stand to use real human-assist peddle bikes.

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  4. Why? Did anyone ever seriously think he would ever do so? Do none of his MAGAt audience ever stop to realize that for someone he thinks is just a cheating loser weakling who is beneath him, he sure as hell spends a lot of time talking about Biden?

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    • Martin Pollard says:

      Sure does. President Handsome Joe has been living rent-free in the Tangerine Traitor’s moldy, cobweb-infested head for over six years and counting. The conniption fits that causes are often a joy to behold, and the cause of much amusement (who says Reich Wingers don’t have a sense of humor?!).

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  5. Czippie L'Shimpe says:

    As one who once earned his living in the saddle of a bicycle, I can say with great confidence that falling off is a big part of the experience. The measure of a cyclist is whether you get back on and catch up, or sit on the side and cry because you have an owie and they won’t wait for you. Or, as in this case, tremble in fear at the sight of two wheels.

    Apply this as the measure of the person as you will.

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    • ming says:

      Four shoulder surgeries and a replacement later, I honestly can’t say I enjoyed that part of the bike racing experience very much. But yes, TFG couldn’t make it a block even with the most killer tailwind ever.

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      • Czippie L'Shimpe says:

        To be sure, it’s a bug, not a feature, but it’s one that every rider understands as a cost of doing business. This fits the conversation perfectly, as TFG has never paid the cost for anything.

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    • Ok I will now recite my most humiliating ‘falling off my bike story’:

      Many years ago I’d had to ride from work (daily bike commuter for 25 years or so now) to my cat’s vet to pick up some medicine. This was near a typical Tucson insane intersection at rush hour so I was riding on the sidewalk on the left side of the street to the crosswalk to get to the relative safety of the bike lane on the cross street. Wasn’t entirely looking where I was going and ran into a place where they were replacing the sidewalk due to some construction. The missing sidewalk was filled with a layer of loose sand preparatory to them replacing it.

      So, I rode into the sand with insufficient velocity to plow through and stupid brain went “Pedal harder!”

      Stupid brain discounted that I was using toeclips, and when I ‘pedaled harder’ it made it impossible for me to pull out my foot as I was pushing in in them hard as I could.

      So passers-by were treated to the hugely entertaining image of a guy riding a bicyle onto the sand, coming to a dead stop and toppling magestically over, unable to extricate my foot to stop myself.

      Passers-by were still laughing when they came do see if I was ok, and I was laughing too hard for a moment to answer with more than a thumbs up.

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      • Rhoda says:

        I knew you were a Tucson person! Must’ve been when they were putting in the cable car tracks. Also, I’m afraid tRump’s bike seat wouldn’t know where to stop once he sat on it.


  6. MDavis says:

    Is it the helmet? He won’t wear the helmet. Although, he isn’t one for following rules. In fact, well, let’s just leave this here…

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  7. Redhand says:

    I can’t unsee that pic of him in profile. Another reason to be absolutely repulsed by the sight of him. But also, what’s his obsession with bikes? Is this another toilet flushing thing?

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    • tengrain says:

      It’s because President Handsome Joe Biden has that minor accident where his shoe didn’t release from the bike clip. It’s more of the Let’s Go Brandon humor of the GOP.



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  8. roket says:

    He will never ride a bike because he can’t. Not because he won’t.

    Biden will eventually get back on his bike while TFG shows the world what a pitiful snowflake he really is.

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  9. robginchicago says:

    After snarking on President Biden’s bicycle dismount fail, Trump says you’ll never catch him riding a bicycle. Hell, he’s not that fast, should be able to catch that fat bastard walking.

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