DW260 wrote:Mulger bill wrote:JustJames wrote:
BAM! Just spat me coffee
Funniest pic I've seen on a forum... We should make a jersey out of it.
I am taking orders.
open topic, for anything cycling related.
Love the coopers bottle on the back PA, it's a nice touch. Just a question, why only 1 ?
I was going to buy a fast, stylish bike, but I looked in the mirror & thought "you're not fooling anyone, you know"
That is a nice idea.
...whatever the road rules, self-preservation is the absolute priority for a cyclist when mixing it with motorised traffic.
London Boy 29/12/2011
Not sure.......but would a Livestrong outfit be embarrassing to wear in light of LA’s fall from grace?
I guess I could always say that I’m into PED’s
Ha ha ha... Love it...
I jumped on this topic expecting to see photos of awful jerseys... Not all this stuff about what you should or shouldn't wear...
Really, who cares what you wear while riding, as long as you are on your bike enjoying the freedom & the outdoors. More important things to care about than the jersey you wear.
Focus Cayo 2.0 (2011) | Trek 7.5Fx (2007)
I did post this as a joke but if people want I could do some through www.eclipsecycling.com They charge $29.99 for a jersey. I have found a better quality image. Also would you want the beer?
In the morning, we RIDE.
No. Google search on the image returns copies all over the net. I know I don't have rights to it but there is no credit to who made it. The Coopers Beer bottle I would take my own image of their bottle if it's wanted.
In some ways though, buying the team kit is a way of supporting your favourite team financially. I do have some Garmin stuff that I might wear sometimes (not all the time) which I got directly from the team. It was that lot and a documentary about them ages ago (when they were called Slipstream) that planted the first hints in my mind to take up cycling. It seemed like something that looked like fun that I could do to get fit. Many years later - I damn well love cycling, I'm absolutely addicted to it.
That might be another reason why people wear team kit. That said, you'll never see me wearing a KOM, national-champion or yellow jersey.
Some of the worst ones I've seen were the Liquigas or the old Gerolsteiner kit, if only for the 'too much detail' reason.
Trek Madone 4.5, Giant TCR Advanced SL3 ISP Di2 (the green machine)
The world is round, so what seems like the end may actually be the beginning.
Worn by Tafi in his final appearance at Paris - Roubaix!
Pic taken from
http://cycling-jersey-collection.com/br ... 05-jersey/
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