Spanking bike

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Spanking bike at Apogaea, a collaborative outdoor arts and music festival in Colorado.
Woman on alternate spanking bike, drawing by John Willie, from Bizarre magazine. This is a forced exercise device, where the woman is tied to the machine and has to cycle fast to prevent getting her bottom whipped.

A spanking bike is a spanking machine that works on the self-spanking priciple: The user mounts a kind of exercise bicycle and works pedals with their feet (or sometimes, operates a kind of crankset with their hands). This spins a wheel on which one or more straps, slappers or rods (or other spanking instruments) are mounted such that when the wheel rotates, these will spank the person's bottom. No outside source of energy is needed. The faster the pedals are worked, the harder the spanking.

Spanking bikes in fiction[edit]

Spanking bikes have been occasionally featured in spanking fiction. For instance, there is a drawing of such a bike by Sassy Bottoms.

Spanking bikes in real life[edit]

In 2001, Joe W. Armstrong of Tennessee received US Patent No 6293874 for his User-operated amusement apparatus for kicking the user's buttocks. Instead of delivering spanks, this machine kicks the user's bottom with boots. But otherwise the technical principle is much the same.

There was a *line* to get on this thing!
  — inky on Flickr, who took the spanking bike video linked below

An operating spanking bike was put up in 2006 at the Coachella Music & Arts Festival in California, and in 2007 and 2008 at the Maker Faire, San Mateo, California. Apparently riding this bike was a great fun among the children attending this fair with their parents. See also spanking booth.