hannos wrote:It's blind and naive to think you cannot cycle without joining the so-called lycra brigade.
My 65 year old mother is not joining the Lycra brigade. Nor does anybody who observes her cycling 3 times a week thing she is joining the Lycra brigade.
My 34 year old sister who commutes to work on a genuine OMA FIETS is not joining the Lycra brigade.
My dozens of peers who sole form of transport is the bicycle but don't own Lycra are not joining the Lycra brigade.
Maybe in some parts of Australia Lycra is now so dominant that all cyclists are rolled up into that category. However thankfully it is not like that everywhere.
simonn wrote:I recognize it, but really do not care. If they do not want to ride a bike because of what someone else is wearing, well, that's their problem to deal with.
*SIGH* You continue to ignore what is being said. Their reluctance to ride a bike HAS nothing to do with what somebody else is wearing!