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Old 09-08-06, 08:13 AM   #1
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nikecycling.com ?

anyone use this site? it's weird but cool... i guess.

anyway - bought the poggios last month and they're incredible.

cheers!
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Old 09-08-06, 08:24 AM   #2
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yah cause i just cant wait to spend $90.00 on a jersy.. and does Nike have to stoop so low to advertise like this ..Please.... Do what Hewlett Packard did and get you Logo in a J-Lo video.
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anyone use this site? it's weird but cool... i guess.

anyway - bought the poggios last month and they're incredible.

cheers!
Crazy cool! I like the site and just placed an order. Incredible service. I guess I'm jaded because I'm not a Trek or Nike hater.
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while I would never buy a pair of nike shoes I do like their apparel. unfortunately I can't see myself shelling out the money for it since it's so expensive. I'd love to have one of those livestrong jerseys or one of those nike+ ipod running shirts.
oh well, maybe on ebay.
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if you want to buy a livestrong jersey, just give your money to the cancer foundation instead.

Don't let a company profit, financially or morally, from cancer.
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while I would never buy a pair of nike shoes I do like their apparel. unfortunately I can't see myself shelling out the money for it since it's so expensive. I'd love to have one of those livestrong jerseys or one of those nike+ ipod running shirts.
oh well, maybe on ebay.
+1 somebody has to pay for Tiger Woods.
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if you want to buy a livestrong jersey, just give your money to the cancer foundation instead.

Don't let a company profit, financially or morally, from cancer.

Huh?

Part of the Livestrong appeal is that you're showing your support out front and in the open. Often it's targetted. Sure, a jersey or wrist band isn't going to cure the disease, but the personal struggle with cancer is more than medical.

Money can go a long was in the research, but a shirt, jersey, cap, bumper sticker, mug or bracelet might just lets someone know I care.
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