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Old 10-06-15, 09:26 PM
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Originally Posted by Tpcorr
I have 2 of these Pearl Izumi Quest jerseys, one in blue and one in electric blue. Great shape. Both are XL. They fit me well when I was 200 lbs, I'm 5'7". Yours for the price of postage.

https://www.amazon.com/Pearl-Izumi-Qu...s=quest+jersey

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Long sleeve or short sleeve?
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Long sleeve or short sleeve?
Both are short sleeve

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Originally Posted by Tpcorr
Both are short sleeve

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I would greatly appreciate and use these if they are still available. If so you can PM me your paypal address and I will send you the cost of postage to 49341.

Thank you kindly!
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I would greatly appreciate and use these if they are still available. If so you can PM me your paypal address and I will send you the cost of postage to 49341.

Thank you kindly!
PM sent, both are available, just send me your mailing address and I'll get them out to you on Friday.

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Old 10-12-15, 02:31 AM
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Originally Posted by Tpcorr
PM sent, both are available, just send me your mailing address and I'll get them out to you on Friday.

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Tom,

I received the jersey's in the mail on Saturday. Thank you for your kindness. I will be posting a Aero Tech bib to pay it forward later today.
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Originally Posted by Cheese Head
Tom,

I received the jersey's in the mail on Saturday. Thank you for your kindness. I will be posting a Aero Tech bib to pay it forward later today.
You're most welcome!

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It's my turn to pay it forward! I received two jersey's from Tpcorr. Thank you Tom. So with that generosity comes mine. I have a 2x Aero Tech Bib that I wore probably no more that 4 times before it became to big for me. If you could use it then pm me and I will send it your way.
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Originally Posted by Cheese Head
It's my turn to pay it forward! I received two jersey's from Tpcorr. Thank you Tom. So with that generosity comes mine.
Wouldn't that technically be paying it ​back?
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Old 10-13-15, 01:28 PM
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Originally Posted by RubeRad
Wouldn't that technically be paying it ​back?
I believe the whole "Pay it forward" idea is when someone does something nice for you you "Pay it forward" to someone else. So call it what you will. I'm calling it paying it forward!
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Originally Posted by Cheese Head
I believe the whole "Pay it forward" idea is when someone does something nice for you you "Pay it forward" to someone else. So call it what you will. I'm calling it paying it forward!
I guess you're right, it looks like I misinterpreted the idiom. It means paying somebody else, rather than whoever you got the benefit from.

I thought the sense of "forward" was about giving first, seeding some good will into the universe and hoping for karma to get you back somehow later. i.e. forward instead of backwards in time. Which is what this thread is really about, it's guys giving away jerseys not because somebody gave them jerseys, but so that recipients will also give once they've lost weight.

Maybe semantics, or maybe richness of the English language, I choose B!
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Originally Posted by RubeRad
I guess you're right, it looks like I misinterpreted the idiom. It means paying somebody else, rather than whoever you got the benefit from.

I thought the sense of "forward" was about giving first, seeding some good will into the universe and hoping for karma to get you back somehow later. i.e. forward instead of backwards in time. Which is what this thread is really about, it's guys giving away jerseys not because somebody gave them jerseys, but so that recipients will also give once they've lost weight.

Maybe semantics, or maybe richness of the English language, I choose B!
Wow. Does it really matter whether or not I gave or received first? I have a pair of bibs I no longer need that I am willing to give to someone that may need them. Call it what ever you want to call it. Makes no difference to me. I'm thankful to Tpcorr for his generosity and hopefully the recipient of my bibs will also be thankful and continue the trend.
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Old 10-13-15, 03:09 PM
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Originally Posted by Cheese Head
Wow. Does it really matter whether or not I gave or received first?
Not at all, I just like to think and talk about language. The thread is working, carry on!
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Cheese head I could use a 2x bib if it is still available.

Lmk please I can't pm because I don't have enough posts. Thanks, Deves
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Hi Folks. I've got a Sugoi Men's 3XL that I recently purchased from ebay. Thought it would fit like the Aerotech 2Xl Big Man's Colossal jersey.....it does NOT. lol. I felt like a squash stuffed into a condom and was afraid to breathe! Not sure how they come up with sizing ideas on these things. I'm new to cycling, so am still learning all this (and at an expense too$$).
Anyways, if someone would like this they can have it. I would LOVE to find another jersey that fit's like that Aero if someone has one or can point me to something. I'm 6'4 275#(<- I'm working on that) and I really don't like the skin tight jerseys lol. Maybe one day...but not yet...
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Deves,
Lt me know your shipping address and I will send them out.
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[MENTION=403821]Wineadors[/MENTION], I cant pm as not enough posts; but I would love to get that jersey from you. Email me at gnarschralp@gmail.com please. Thanks!
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[MENTION=403821]Wineadors[/MENTION], I'm working outside of Pomeroy right now so I can even meet you in Lewiston to pick it up. No need to ship.
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Originally Posted by Cheese Head
Deves,
Lt me know your shipping address and I will send them out.
Cheesehead can you send me a text 714-926-2358 Thanks!
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Hello fellow Canadians,

I have moved on to smaller things and I have the following AeroTechDesign stuff to give, free of charge including shipping via Canada Post.
You can have any item or all three; shoot me a PM

Restricted to Canadians because you would probably end up paying duties if the package crossed borders.

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I'm not Canadian, just wanted to say I like that they're called "Big Man". Also, for clarification for others, I only see two items, but you said three.
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I'm not Canadian, just wanted to say I like that they're called "Big Man". Also, for clarification for others, I only see two items, but you said three.
Oups; there are 2 cycling shorts and 1 jersey
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Originally Posted by Deves
Cheesehead can you send me a text 714-926-2358 Thanks!


My wife sent the bibs out via USPS today. I have been tied up at work late all week and wasn't able to make it to the Post Office before they closed. You should have them by Saturday.
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My wife sent the bibs out via USPS today. I have been tied up at work late all week and wasn't able to make it to the Post Office before they closed. You should have them by Saturday.
Thank you!
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Originally Posted by PatrickR400
Hello fellow Canadians,

I have moved on to smaller things and I have the following AeroTechDesign stuff to give, free of charge including shipping via Canada Post.
You can have any item or all three; shoot me a PM

Restricted to Canadians because you would probably end up paying duties if the package crossed borders.

If you change your mind I would love to have these (new and not enough post to PM you).

I will gladly pay S/H.
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If you change your mind I would love to have these (new and not enough post to PM you).

I will gladly pay S/H.
Do you understand that you may end up paying duties too? I know the limits are different between the US and Canada and I would identify the shipment as a gift but Customs might still want its $
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