Ponytail / Braid Wraps, For Bikers with long hair
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Sick and tired of painful damaging tangles in your hair from riding motorcycles? Pick up a Wrapter ponytail wrap. One size fits most lengths and thicknesses of ponytails or braids. Wrapter is sporty, lightweight, easy to put on and so comfortable to wear, even with a helmet.
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HAPPY FRIDAY EVERYONE!!!
Have fun and ride safe out there
Sorry for the lag in getting back to this post. I just saw it now for the first time.
We must have crossed paths at one time or another. I rode up from SoCal with my husband and met up with the Streetmasters group http://streetmasters.info/ up in Bedford Hot Springs. (which I would say was the highlite of the trip.) Had I had more time to take off of work, I would have ridden with them the entire week heading up to the AMA conference. What a beautiful spot they had at Bedford Hot Springs. I plan on going back up there again soon with the dirtbikes.
As for the Conference; I'm not much for sitting and listening to seminars and stuff so I knew to expect a lot of that. I am however into shopping, demo riding and hanging out and talking with other chicks that ride and there was a lot of that going on. I really wish the AMA would have spent more time advertising about the conference. They did advertise in the ama magazine and a little social media. But, the advertising for the conference didn't start until about a month before the event. I was really looking into being a vendor at the event, but because of the lack of information months before the event and lack of advertising months before the event, I chose to go for fun instead of for work. When I got there, I was really glad I chose not to be a vendor as the vendor area was very small and mostly informational, which is fine, I like info. But I love to shop. And I go to events for the shopping. Just my little 2 cents.
Either way, I'd go again and would recommend it to other lady riders, passengers and even men too. My husband went with me (I know, it's like bringing sand to the beach) but he had a good time and got to do a ton of demo riding with me.
A koala was sitting in a gum tree smoking a joint
When a little lizard walked past, looked up and said, 'Hey Koala! What are you doing?'
The koala said, 'Smoking a joint, come up and have some.'
So the little lizard climbed up and sat next to the koala where they enjoyed a few hits. After a while the little lizard said that his mouth was 'dry' and that he was going to get a drink from the river.
The little lizard was so stoned that he leaned over too far and fell into the river.
A crocodile saw this and swam over to the little lizard and helped him to the side.
Then he asked the little lizard, 'What's the matter with you?'
The little lizard explained to the crocodile that he had been sitting with the koala in the tree, smoking a joint, but got too stoned and fell into the river while taking a drink…
The crocodile said that he had to check this out and walked into the rain forest, found the tree where the koala was sitting finishing a joint. The crocodile looked up and said,
So the koala looked down at him and said,
How much water did you drink?"
We know CF stats come from the site. But where do the other reports come from? I am guessing it's a database generated by the DMV. Which makes me think, my husband and I own 6 motorcycles. All of them are registered under his name. So are men getting the credit here? On the contrary, I have an M1 endorsement, so maybe that helps the ladies out a little. I have decided from now on, to register any new bikes in my name. The more lady riders added to the stats would hopefully bring awareness to manufacturers in the motorcycle industry that, yeah we ride too. Therefore, more bikes to be manufactured to fit "us" ladies and better fitting motorcycle gear. I'm sick of being limited on bikes and gear to choose from.
As for what StBobber said, I agree, weather plays a huge role. But at the same time it is not uncommon to see many women motorcyclists in Alaska or Canada. Go figure?
It's one thing to get attention from the guys.
But, its a whole different feeling when you see a little girl in the backseat of her parents car pointing at you. I remember when I was 10 or so and I saw a lady on a Harley at a stoplight. That was like the coolest thing I had ever seen in my whole 10 years of life. I wanted to be just like her!
I just wanted to add that we offer FREE SHIPPING within the United States. We also receive great rates for shipping Internationally. For those of you across the pond, feel free to message me for your personal shipping fee.
Thanks to everyone and as always, ride safe.
Does it work ok on thin shorter hair?
It should fit no problem. As long as your ponytail is tied tight with an elastic hair tie or two. (I recommend 2 for any type of hair, even thick.) This gives the Wrapter a good solid base to hold on to, since it rolls up your ponytail or braid and up and over the elastic hair tie(s). The extra hair tie really helps.
Wrapter has just set up our store front on Cyclefish and is offering our Unique Ponytail and Braid Wraps to our fellow CycleFish friends at $7.25 only! (regularly priced at $9.95)
To all the long haired freaky people out there, if you ride motorcycles you know that riding will lead to some seriously painful and damaging tangles in your hair. But with Wrapter Ponytail Wraps, you no longer have to worry about your hair getting all knotted up in the wind or dealing with all the breakage from trying to detangle the rats nest after the ride.
Unlike all the other Hair Wraps you've seen, Wrapter comes in One Size Only. It is designed to fit most any length and thickness of ponytail or braid.
· Available in multiple colors.
· Lightweight, easy to put on and very comfortable to wear, even with a full faced helmet.
· Machine washable.
· No laces to tangle your hair up in, No snaps to snag your hair, No painful heavy bulky leather to pull on your hair while you ride.
This offer is available on the CycleFish store only. Any questions or concerns feel free to PM me.
And a big Thank You to CycleFish for making this all possible!