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Old 09-23-2008, 09:40 PM
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Originally Posted by vincentpaul View Post
I think I'd find the cycling gear of the 1890's more practical than most of the gear found in a bike shop today.
I think you're partially right. Wool is certainly the way to go.
Gas Tax Holiday? I must be on gas tax retirement.
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Old 10-12-2008, 06:52 AM
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On clothing: I wear jerseys and bike shorts because they wick and dry very quickly, not because they make me look all bike-y-race-y. I couldn't care less as long as I'm bright and shiny for the motorists and pedestrians (and the ninja bikers flying past who wouldn't be caught Fred with either bright clothing or lights).

On drafting: Very unlikely in my case. If I'm drafting you, I'm probably trying to ask you if you happen to be carrying a defibrillator.
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