Anyway, I also want to get a bike. I haven't ridden a bike for a long time, but I remember it being kind of fun so I'm looking at bikes like this:
Except I want streamers coming out of the handlebars. And the basket needs to be more private so everyone I pass on my bike ride doesn't see all my stuff. It also needs to be a girl's bike because I remember when I was a kid and it wasn't cool to have a girl's bike so everyone had boy's bikes with the bar. I have vivid memories of smashing my crotch on those bars so hard that now that I think back I may have broken my pubic bone and I definitely lost my hymen to a certain men's Schwinn bike that was way to big for me to ride. Good thing I'm not part of a religion that checks hymen integrity before a wedding. I would have been stoned to death.
My new bike also needs a huge, wide, cushy seat. Back when I was a kid the smaller and sleeker the seat, the cooler the bike. God, we really didn't care at all about crotch comfort back then.
Mitch pointed out that my new desire for bike riding is strange considering I have shown no interest in bikes for years and years and now that I have vertigo, it's all I can think about. Whatev. My balance is getting better and better BECAUSE of the vertigo. When it finally goes away I'll be able to do a cartwheel on a balance beam because of all the overcompensating I've been doing. I wonder if I can still do cartwheels? I'll try one later.