Hipsters drinking wine out of a Frisbee

It's not the biggest problem facing the young urban cyclist — that's how to roll up your skinny jeans to avoid bike-chain ensnarement. But what's the second biggest problem? Transporting bottles of wine. Until now. 

Some folks out in Canada have been busy in their workshops, and now, for a mere $32, you can dangle your wine bottle ever-so-phallically between your thighs as you pedal across town to woo young women sitting in parks. And don't worry that the holster doesn't make room for glassware or a corkscrew. You can drink wine out of a Frisbee! 

You'll forgive the departure from our ordinarily sacrosanct and God-driven mission, but it's a Friday in the summer — half of you are already drinking rose coolers on the ferry to Fire Island — and I'm a little cranky.

Commentarium (22 Comments)

Jul 15 11 - 12:53pm

Looks more like Canada, not Cali.

Jul 15 11 - 3:45pm

that is TOTALLY Canada...

Jul 15 11 - 8:52pm
The Baltimoron

Dude, that was clearly photoshopped. I'm a Photoshop engineer, and I can tell. Canada was photoshopped in.

Jul 15 11 - 1:21pm

It's Montreal, Quebec. Where every corner store sells beer and wine.

Jul 15 11 - 5:02pm

I'm so confused. Is hipster bashing hip again or not?

Jul 15 11 - 8:53pm

Are you bashing hipster bashers? Cause that's not in.

Jul 15 11 - 5:44pm

I was totally on board with this product until the frisbee finale

Jul 15 11 - 8:54pm
Boson Higgs

Well then take some wine glasses with you, duffus.

Jul 16 11 - 9:00pm

I would drink it out of the bottle.

Jul 15 11 - 6:11pm

He's not a true hipster if he's endorsing leather. Just sayin.

Jul 16 11 - 12:33pm

Canadian hipsters are a bit more lenient as opposed to, those who oppose all here.

Jul 16 11 - 1:30pm

He's a true hipster if he's endorsing leather ironically.

Jul 15 11 - 6:36pm

You're welcome, world.

Jul 16 11 - 1:31am

He's not wearing a helmet.

Jul 16 11 - 2:51pm

I'd rather just drink outta the goddamn bottle.

Jul 16 11 - 8:02pm

We the Dutch laugh at your stupid solutions for not existent problems.

First of he is carrying a bag that could fit a bottle. Second he should get a baggage rack on the back or on the front of his bike. Those also work great for transporting crates of beer, general groceries, friends, family, animals, and over-sized luggage. Third you only need one hand to steer and brake. Fourth this doesn't work on women bikes. And last but not least how can a girl bring a game of chess, a blanket, a frisbee, and an opener but forget her wine. I'm just saying, no need to invent the wheel all over again.

Jul 18 11 - 11:45am

Linda, carry me away on your bicycle baggage rack! I'm ready!

Jul 17 11 - 4:16pm

it's funny that nerve is making fun of this hipster trend (which by the way is actually a very cool invention minus the frisbee part) when it is itself a hipster magazine. but i suppose they're being ironic which further emphasizes their hipster-ness. still love nerve though.

Jul 17 11 - 11:15pm

I think it's a send-up of that program out of Quebec, "How It's Made", in which no one ever speaks and the English voice-over is obviously replacing a French language track. And Linda, please acquire a sense of humor.

Jul 18 11 - 11:47am

"How It's Made" is the greatest show on television. Brooks T Moore is the voice I hear in my head whenever I'm pondering something's engineering.

Jul 18 11 - 4:11pm

Saw a guy at Venice Beach yesterday with a wooden wine crate bolted to the carrier on the back of his bike.

Aug 01 11 - 7:57pm

Oh, the irony of anyone on this site making fun of hipsters. Like priests making fun of pedophilia...