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Old 07-12-08, 11:36 AM   #1
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Eye candy

You poor guys with the stars are missing out again! This ad is poping up from time to time.
Maybe you can get the ads turned back on when the good ones come along.
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Old 07-12-08, 12:35 PM   #2
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It's OK. I've got my own. This was taken on this year's AIDS/LifeCycle.

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It's OK. I've got my own. This was taken on this year's AIDS/LifeCycle.

Wish that shot was just a wee bit bigger
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Wish that shot was just a wee bit bigger
Glad you mentioned it- Thought it was my eyes giving out. Can't make out what bikes they are riding.
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Can you tell the bikes now?

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Fair's fair. You guys aren't the only ones who appreciate fine eye candy.

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Is this pic bike related?
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You're right. How's this?

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Is this pic bike related?
The first photo of 'eye candy' isn't related to bicycles either.... .

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Oh, here's some eye candy for both genders, and it's definitely bike related:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H39CxyNfNOM
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It's OK. I've got my own. This was taken on this year's AIDS/LifeCycle.

Whooo! Worth the ride just to see scantily clad women like that.
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But it IS an ad on BF, right?
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Wish that shot was just a wee bit bigger
I don't feel that way often. Usually I wish the photos were smaller.
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We are so behind the times here on BF

http://forums.roadbikereview.com/forumdisplay.php?f=81

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Ah what the hell.

Enjoy ladies !

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But it IS an ad on BF, right?
Yes, and MANY people have complained about the lack of relevance to cycling .

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Oh for crying out loud.
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Glad you mentioned it- Thought it was my eyes giving out. Can't make out what bikes they are riding.
Left: Cannondale. Right: Trek. I went back to ther original.
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That would be this:

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You poor guys with the stars are missing out again! This ad is poping up from time to time.
Maybe you can get the ads turned back on when the good ones come along.

Hey, some of us are paying good money to not have to look at stuff like this!

(and now we are wondering if paying is a benefit)
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You poor guys with the stars are missing out again! This ad is poping up from time to time.
Maybe you can get the ads turned back on when the good ones come along.
Some of us know that there is more good stuff/product on the Internet than can be found in BF ads.
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You're right. How's this?

I need to get one of those CAPO[forma] jerseys, even though they are completely unrelated to the Capo bike company.
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