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Old 06-30-09, 04:07 PM   #1
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Biking kilt.

I just thought of this. Profit?!
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You'd have to wear man panties to protect your nethers from the chaff.
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I just thought of this.
No you didn't; you read the other thread.
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Ya or go free for all, let it all hang out, lol
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Ya or go free for all, let it all hang out, lol
I was wearing normal shorts today and accidentally sat on my junk...freedom ain't good on bike.
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It's all good...I got 2 kids, I don't need anymore.
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Well until today I thought your wife had them in a jar some place anyways.
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It's all good...I got 2 kids, I don't need anymore.
As much of an advocate of DYI as I am, this is one area where I can't get behind that .
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I really do think I am on to something here. And is there actually another thread on this? Damn..
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I've biked in a kilt before. It's comfy (I wore bike shorts underneath) but I'd worry about it getting caught in wheels, gears or ripped on cables. It also caught the wind like a sail, so It slowed me down. I wear one for hiking, but can't reccomend it for cycling, there is a reason why cycling bottoms are tight fitting.
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Well it has a chamois of course
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I really do think I am on to something here. And is there actually another thread on this? Damn..
Why do you think you are on to something?
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Don't you ever wish you were wearing a man skirt that would be flapping in the breeze while riding?
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Holy crap...first the man panties...now dresses. What's next...a pink bike?
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Hi. New to the site and this is where I just have to make my first post.

Man skirts - on a bike - somehow this just seems so wrong on so
many levels. Regarding my man skirt flapping in the breeze - I can
just imagine the view for someone approaching from the rear.

Even with undies it's got to be a startling sight.
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Lawdy lawd, someone brought in a bike to my shop to be assembled after ordered on line. Pink frame, pink bars, pink grips, pink basket, pink fenders, pink rims, pink spokes, pink walled tires, pink seat, pink pedals, pink bell.. hahah.

And to MODWR, AHAHAHAH. :]
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Isn't there a whole Canadian web site devoted to that?


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No.
Tutu is more your style, roadie?

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Tutu is more your style, roadie?

Damn, I thought all those Chipcom avatars were just photoshopped!
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That's a man who is secure in his masculinity.

I particularly like the tiara - nice touch.
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