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Lycra Fashion or What Not To Wear When Cycling

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Tim Horan (67)
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I think we need photographic proof that you're all decent before you go riding! It's only fair.
 

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Arch Winning (36)
Sully usually when I say I need photographic proof of men's decency in Lycra I get shouted down as "inappropriate" or a "pervert". It's refreshing to see a man ask for the same information- you're right: it is only fair.

GAGC Swimsuit Edition. I like it.
 

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Nathan Sharpe (72)
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Jason Little (69)
I used to be wary of Lycra until I realised it is simply the best option when you want to ride further than the shops, and not have all manner of chafing. I see people riding in t-shirts and chuckle to myself
 
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Paradox

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Lycra dries farking quick as well. Nothing worse than getting into wet clothing for cycle home.
 

Sully

Tim Horan (67)
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Lycra, carbon fibre, low rolling resistance tyres. It's all cheating.

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John Thornett (49)
I have once seen a track rider were a king of the mountains jersey on a velodrome. It was a good laugh.

I wear team jerseys with plain black bibs because team clothes (or chinese rip offs) are cheap, usually $15-$30 delivered.

I see it no different to wearing footy jerseys, I support the teams so I wear the jerseys.

I would never wear a national / world champ jersey or a sprinters / KOM jersey as you are setting yourself to look like a tool
 
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