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April 22, 2017 / Posted by:

 

Spokey Dokeys!

My first thought whenever I see someone riding a bike is: Why? When buses, cars, subways and other transportation vehicles that don’t require hard physical labor exist. My second thought sometimes is: Bikes these days are so not glamorous and way too damn homely looking. Back in the days of glamor and neon opulence known as the 1980s, even the¬†bikes showed up and showed out!

Yes, there are some kids and people today who appreciate glamour and dress up their bikes with spoke jewelry, but the 80s were the golden age of Spokey Dokeys. Wikipedia says that Spokey Dokeys were originally invented by a dude from California named Larry Harmen and he later licensed the design to different toy companies worldwide. Spokey Dokeys were exactly what they look like. They made your bike wheels scream, “GLUH-MOOR!”, thanks to bright anal beads that stuck to the spokes. They came in all different colors, as well as glow-in-the-dark, so that you could look like a bad ass ghost rider in the dark (and so cars wouldn’t accidentally run over your ass). And depending on how fast you pedaled, the sound that¬†Spokey Dokeys created from sliding down the spokes was a soothing symphony. No, it wasn’t. It sounded like tiny nails hitting a metal table. I’m sure that many a grouchy oldie turned the water hose on any and every kid who pedaled by with loud ass Spokey Dokeys on their wheels.

I haven’t seen luxurious spoke beads in a while, but the next time I do, I will slow clap for the rider, because if you’re going to ride a bike, you should ride in classic style.

Pics: Tons Of Toys, Brummy Mummy

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