Best of Austin: Thong Rider

"Best of Austin" 2013 is coming. Let's look back at some previous bests.

Best of Austin: Thong Rider
by Sandy Carson

The not-always-elusive Thong Rider may have won his "Best of Austin" in 2012, but he's been strutting (or, rather, spinning) his stuff across Austin for years.

Best Thong: Thong Rider

Like a shooting star, Thong Rider appears in Clarksville, on East Sixth, or the Lamar Pedestrian Bridge, or in your dreams with a flash of a smile and flashy underwear to match. If you spot him, he'll brighten up your day. And before you know it, he's riding off, without a care in the world, to spread his cheeky cheer to all the girls and boys. Next time you see him, make a wish.


All around town. In a thong.


Dig through our archives and choose your own "Best of Austin" adventure here. The brand spankin' new 2013 "Best of Austin" issue hits stands Thursday, September 12.

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