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Old 01-03-19, 12:46 PM
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PaulRivers
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Originally Posted by I-Like-To-Bike View Post
A corollary to that absolute truth - there is no requirement to dress like a dork in order to keep warm when cycling.
Yeah, I mean, I'd look like a dork if I had something cheap that I wanted to try for a few rides, or something that I wear like once a year or something.

But once something proves that it's going to work I go looking for equipment that's both effective and looks average or stylish.

The only item I have trouble with the fashion aspect on is balaclava's...hard to find something that covers your face that doesn't risk you looking a bit like a bank robber. Their fashionability has gone up at least with more people winter biking.

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