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Originally Posted by pigmode View Post
 

 

 

 

 

What kind of mileage are you doing these days?

I did nothing last month, because of 42.

 

Now I'd like to do something like 40 kilometers everyday and perhaps a bit more on sundays.

post #2777 of 3863
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Originally Posted by joshwalnut View Post
 

Yep, double standard for sure. I've seen one too many camel toes while shopping at the mall... (yoga pants). 

 

And most of the times, the ones you see are not the ones you want to see.

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MadTV spoofed it the best: Warning: Restricted Age 18 MadTV (Click to show)

 

Wow

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Omg, lol.

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:ph34r:

 

Do I wanna look?

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Originally Posted by Silent One View Post
 

:ph34r:

 

Do I wanna look?

YES!

 

 

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 

 

This has gone too far! Back to topic, people!

post #2783 of 3863

Let's see some machines...

:popcorn: 

 

Meanwhile...

 

 

"No Lying down allowed during the off-season!"

 

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Edited by Silent One - 10/8/13 at 11:41pm
post #2784 of 3863
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Originally Posted by treal512 View Post
 

 

That makes a little sense, but lycra is still not comparable to any of the examples you provided. A good example would be yoga pants. Are those banned? I doubt it! If they don't want cleats clacking around damaging the floors or if they happen to get really heavy cyclist traffic, that is one thing, but the lycra defense doesn't make any sense to me other than it being unfashionable and below "standards" of vocal regulars. Whether that be good or bad, I'm sure they run a decent place.


Yoga pants come under the class of tights, leggings and jeggings around here. If it's skin tight, stretchy probably sweaty, then it counts as one of the things they have listed on their door.
I actually had to look up what yoga pants were.. we would call those leggings here I think.

post #2785 of 3863

Baggy shorts (i.e. cargo shorts) over lycra bike shorts for sure.  Combo of best comfort and not looking goofy at the convenience store buying a Gatorade on the way back home.

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If at all possible I refrain from entering public establishments in road cycling wear. Then again 99.x% of my rides start and end at my front door. :D 

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Originally Posted by pigmode View Post
 

If at all possible I refrain from entering public establishments in road cycling wear. Then again 99.x% of my rides start and end at my front door. :D 

 

I just go where I need to go, no problems at all.

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I personally don't care what people think, bib shorts for me and no baggies to cover up.

Of course where I live is very bicycle friendly, and I've got some sensibility, wouldn't go into

an eating establishment in lycra but coffee shop ( charbucks etc.) no problem.

 

and shorts with chamois liner (real or synthetic) is the way to go for any ride

over say 25 miles.

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Originally Posted by lotech View Post
 

I personally don't care what people think, bib shorts for me and no baggies to cover up.

Of course where I live is very bicycle friendly, and I've got some sensibility, wouldn't go into

an eating establishment in lycra but coffee shop ( charbucks etc.) no problem.

 

and shorts with chamois liner (real or synthetic) is the way to go for any ride

over say 25 miles.

X2 for me.  I'll go into buck's as well during a ride.  Full ASSOS for me.

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Originally Posted by Icenine2 View Post
 

X2 for me.  I'll go into buck's as well during a ride.  Full ASSOS for me.

 

+3

 

My buddies and I biked over to Gruene, Texas (touristy town) on Sunday morning last weekend and we walked around all over that place. There were motorcyclists, families, and joggers everywhere and everyone was in their particular attires. /shrug

 

Maybe next weekend we go out I'll get a snap of us all in our gear :D

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