Replica Tour Jerseys – yay or nay?
I’d rather people were out on bikes wearing full world champion regalia/yellow jerseys/KOM tops/Lance replica kit/club jerseys/Strava strip/furry zebra onesies than sat on the sofa stuffing their faces with ice cream and developing obesity-related illnesses
Keep them on the sofa, makes the roads/trails quieterPosted 3 years agoatlazMember
He’s the Director.. Paid by British cycling, Sky and associated sponsors.
He’ll also ride in it as its free! Unlike the Canary Wharf banker shelling out the coins.
I take it you didn’t read what I was replying to. convert said his friend wouldn’t wear Rapha Sky kit as she knew the riders. I was pointing out that wearing team kit isn’t just the preserve of the riders or newbies.Posted 3 years agoSoloMember
I’ll often ride off road in a Swedish footie league shirt
Meh ! I’ve cycled my bike, on and off road (same bike), wearing clothes which in no way are associated with the activity of cycling. Wearing jeans, T-Shirt and shoes. I know too that committing such a crime has reserved for me, a special place in hell.Posted 3 years ago
Doomed, I tell you.BadlyWiredDogSubscriber
Merckx is Italian??? That’ll be a scandal in Belgium (or at least confirm the dislike of him the Flemish have).
I think even the STW jersey etiquette Stasi could maybe make an exception for him – at least retrospectively – but clearly he’d have no business riding in it these days. Almost as poor form as Brailsford trying to pass himself off as a pro rider. Or people without an deep understanding of the intricate history and culture of road riding daring to ride a bike with drops on – how very dare they. If you’re not drenched in the very soul of cycling, you have no business riding a road bike… 😉Posted 3 years ago
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