Fifty Plus (50+) - New Jerseys
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08-12-07, 07:40 PM
We just got our new club jerseys and shorts. I think they are just great.
They are full of symbols that have to do with Texas and our club specifically.
If you go to Hotter n' Hell 100, you will see a few of these, one will be ME!!!
But how do you publish the larger photos I see here and maintain the 100k limit? I have seen some VERY large photos imbedded in the posts, how do you do that? These photos do not do justice to these jerseys.
08-12-07, 10:02 PM
I like the jersey. Club jerseys are always cool. The jersey/shorts make a nice kit, but boy, you better be able to back it up. If you wear matching stuff everyone will assume you're a hot shot.
08-13-07, 08:12 AM
Mojo here I am trying to be OCP and you are rainin' on my parade tryin' to frighten me!! :D I even got new Blue gloves and helmet to complete the look, already had blue shoes!! Guess now I gotta buy a blue bike!!
08-13-07, 08:19 AM
Got shoe covers yet? ;)
08-13-07, 08:28 AM
The motorists will sure see you. I like that, says this guy in the flourescent orange jersey.
08-13-07, 09:07 AM
I love the bright colors.
Is Cyclopaths the name of your team? Our club gives a Cyclopath award each year to anyone riding 150 of the 270 paved trails in our area.
08-13-07, 09:22 AM
We are a club out of the Georgetown, Texas area, "Cyclopaths of Georgetown". A very informal club with a website, but no officers, dues, or anything else. We just publish rides and do them. We have an infinite amout of farm/ranch roads to ride in this area, little traffic and beautiful rolling hills and farmland.
Check it out, http://cyclopathsoftexas.com/
Why we are a .com I have yet to figure out?
If you are ever in our neck of the woods come ride with us, you will like it!!!
08-13-07, 09:40 AM
You can post big photos by using a web host like photobucket and adding the image code to your post.
08-13-07, 09:43 AM
Thanks Terrierman for the clue. I will try that next time I want to post pics.
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