Forgive me for I am not a 'true' clydesdale. I'm 92 kilo's - so a bees dick over 200lbs, but my bodyfat is low so technically I don't count.
BUT, I find it interesting that being a Clydesdale is a 'segment' of riders who embrace what and who they are - Larger riders. But conversely are trying to leave this demographic. There's a lot of talk of weight loss. The very thing that would dump you from the Clydesdale category.
I can't think of any other cycling group that embrace their 'demographic' but are actively trying to leave it.
Just an interesting thought.