Join Date: May 2005
Location: Anti Social Media-Land
Originally Posted by KitN
The NYT was emphasizing Dutch bikes but I'm happy to see any bikes with models wearing "normal", fashionable clothes to let people know that cycling CAN be fashionable and practical. You don't have to dress up in head-to-toe spandex or look like a bike messenger to comfortably ride a bike.
The people in Europe and Asia know
that you can dress like a regular person using a bike as the bike for the most part never left their sides over the years and generations. The people in North America banish the bike to a child's toy level for many, many years. Or if they become a cyclist, they must dress the part as Lance clones.
I am happy to say that is rapidly changing even in car worshiping Southern California. I see more and more "regular" non-spandex wearing average people now using bikes, just like their other old world continent counterparts.
Last edited by folder fanatic; 04-18-09 at 11:34 PM.