Where’s my bike? That, my friends, is the cultivar that I’ll be reviewing today. I love the strain name because, at first, it’s a little weird, right? Not like “bad weird”, just kinda makes you think, so how did this happen?
But THEN, you learn that WMB is a cross between Amnesia and Biker Kush…..and voila, the name becomes almost Shakespearean. Where’s My Bike is a Sativa-dominant hybrid cultivar under the 48North brand, and it’s grown by Delshen Therapeutics.
After having tried their Kosher Kush, which wasn’t very….Kosher, and their Green Crack, which I got hooked to, 48North was batting around 500 in my books, so I had to grab some of this WMB. This came with 20.6% THC and an insignificant amount of CBD; the range of THC can be anywhere from 19% to 23%.
See the full details below:
- Lineage: Amnesia x Biker Kush
- Type: Sativa-dominant
- Potency: 19-23% THC
- Terpene Profile: Myrcene, terpinolene, ocimene, and limonene
- Packaging Details: Packaged on 11/16/2020 and tested/reviewed on 12/02/2020, exactly 16 days after. Lot # AO4B200923F
- Pricing Details: Purchased 3.5 grams at the SQDC in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, for $33.80 ($9.66/gram).
I don’t want to start off this “Where’s My Bike” strain review negatively and be a Debbie Downer, but I will most definitely do that. I usually look at a few different factors when scoring appearance; in this case, two of them did not satisfy me. Usually, a batch packaged for 16 days keeps its moisture, and that wasn’t the case here.
It came in at 48% humidity (RH), and although it wasn’t powder dry (Ahem…Hexo), the moisture level still had to be higher. When it comes to sizing, the bag had three medium nugs in there, four small ones, and the rest were pop-corn, and there ya go, size matters to me.
The colors were cool, a mix of olive green with lime green and navy spots covered in a thick sheet of trichomes (which you can see in the pics below, trichome glands galore).
The complex terpene profile on this Where’s My Bike strain makes the aroma an enigma in itself. Although it gets a little confusing, it’s still quite pleasant! It starts off with a mostly herbal/earthy smell with a touch of sweet passionfruit, which then gives off hints of berries when milled. It’s an interesting ride!
Unfortunately, the flavor did not emit as much as the aroma did; the terps seem to have quieted down throughout combustion. The smoothness of the smoke still kept my score from going below average. It wasn’t unpleasant or anything, just kind of boring. There was mostly a herbal taste left on the palate on the exhale.
My favorite aspect of this entire Where’s My Bike strain review has to be the effects. I usually prefer the Sativa-type energizing and focused “high”, but this Indica-dominant cultivar gave off some really relaxing vibes.
When your mind is racing and your body feels tired and/or sore, this strain provides exceptional relief. Another way to enjoy this cultivar? Find something interesting to watch on Netflix, get yourself some munchies, and enjoy the evening!
I think that 48North did a pretty solid, above-average job with their Where’s My Bike strain. I’d recommend this to everyday users and beginners, especially if you like that relaxing vibe, that stuck-on-the-couch, really calming type of effect.
The price may be a turn-off for some as this is on the more expensive side of things at $9.66/gram; it’s ok to treat yourself sometimes. If you’ve tried out some of this Where’s My Bike, let me know how it went in the comments below!
- Blue Dream: Blue Dream is a hybrid strain that balances the effects of both indica and sativa. It has a similar level of THC as Where’s My Bike and offers a well-rounded high, providing relaxation without excessive sedation. Its flavor profile includes hints of berries and sweetness, which might appeal to those who found the flavor of Where’s My Bike lacking.
- Biker Kush: Biker Kush is the other parent strain of Where’s My Bike. If you enjoy the relaxing and calming effects of Where’s My Bike, Biker Kush would be a suitable alternative. It is an indica-dominant strain that offers deep relaxation and can help with stress relief.
- Green Crack: If you enjoyed the Green Crack strain from 48North, you might find it as a good alternative to Where’s My Bike. Green Crack provides a more energetic and focused high compared to Where’s My Bike, which leans towards relaxation. It is a sativa-dominant strain that can boost creativity and productivity.
Frequently Asked Questions
Is Where’s My Bike strain indica or sativa?
Where’s My Bike strain is a Sativa-dominant hybrid.
Who grows Where’s My Bike strain?
Where’s My Bike strain is grown by Delshen Therapeutics.
What are the effects of Where’s My Bike strain?
Where’s My Bike strain provides a relaxing and calming effect, suitable for relieving racing thoughts and body soreness.