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Old 05-14-08, 03:54 PM   #1
Time for a change.
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Wrong trousers?

I know that over here we have started to get some warmer weather this May- but it is about to change. We have had the warmest average temperature for the month since records began in 17**? Most of my cycle clothing is set up for cooler weather cycling but last Sunday I got a bit sweaty. So out for a quick blast round the lanes tonight and I decided it was time for some cooler clothing. 50+ jersey- the short sleeve one- and a pair of Bibshorts I don't wear very often as They are a bit cool. They are made of a material called Cool max. Cool max----They ought to call it freeze max. 2 hours after getting home and my thighs are still cold. Never have thigh problems- but I can feel a hamstring pulling and I put that down to not warming up before I went for a slope.

So roll on the cool weather- I know I have the right clothing for that.
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Old 05-14-08, 07:38 PM   #2
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Coolmax is great stuff. Try it in hot weather sometime. It won't turn a Georgia July day into a pleasant experience, but it will help make it almost semi-tolerable.
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Old 05-14-08, 08:13 PM   #3
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What is this "cool" you speak of? I haven't been cool outside in months.
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Old 05-14-08, 08:19 PM   #4
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Be glad that its just your thighs that are still cold!
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Old 05-15-08, 07:53 AM   #5
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