Are you a Cycling Dork?

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  1. less'go

    less'go New Member

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    Use it right and you could go as Ava Braun, sweetie (sorry if I didn't spell that right)!
     


  2. Seecyd

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    **head spins back around** Did somebody say Duct Tape?

    Ah the many uses of Duct Tape ... that, and velcro.
     
  3. jacobxray

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    best use of duct tape 2003:
    taping your self slyly to the rider in front, sit back and relax.
    any better ideas?
     
  4. less'go

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    "Ah the many uses of Duct Tape ... that, and velcro."

    Do I sense a kindred spirit here? Let them laugh, let them mock, let them tsk tsk tsk. We know. Can you elaborate on your cycle-related duct-tape uses?

    I do not have much experience with velcro, but I can see the connection... can you hear my synapses making that fizzy noise again?
     
  5. Seecyd

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    genius! love it! ROFL
     
  6. less'go

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    Anybody here actually ride a real bike today? If so, where, how long, how far, and was it good?
     
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    i am not fanatic about either, but if pushed into a corner and a gun held to my head i would have to say velcro is the superior sticking 2 things together material. there i've said it, and i feel better about myself.

    duct tape is the 'make-do' solution, velcro is FOREVER!!!!!!!!!
     
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    only to gym, to spinning class. it was hard work as i am recovering from a sprained ankle. but yes it was good. it's too nasty outdoors, and it's dark by the time i finish work. roll on springtime.
     
  9. Seecyd

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    I have velcroed camping underpadding to the inside of my ski pants to protect my a$$ and tailbone from serious landing injury.... looked like Aunt Jemima but hey... it worked
     
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    Unfortunately when it gets cold, the only kind of bike you'll see me on is an indoor one. And the only thing you'll see me on in the winter is blades...
     
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    a$$ underpadding was from when I snowboarded, not skiing. just had to add that.
     
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    I ate lunch at a cafe last week that had an ad on the menu where a local entrepeneur offered for sale wallets made entirely of duct tape for $10.00. Pretty cool, I thought.
     
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    This is a true tale ya'll. I was married for many years to a carpenter. He always put duct tape on his cuts. I swear to ya'll, his cuts healed faster than anyone's I know. Lol
     
  14. jacobxray

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    -- taping your partner down and having your way with them ALL DAY LONG .. pardon the pun [no means no... i know that! ok! now stay still]
     
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    ouch!!
     
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    Omygosh, duct tape guys dot com. Well I'll be, who'd a thunk it?

    I rode a MY bike today, 20 km (no smirking, that's pretty good for me). Hilly. Met a nice person to ride with. Not French. Went incredibly fast down the slopes, It was good. Have a new counter that works. Cool.

    I need some velcro.
     
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    It's a bit chilly but I still rode. It was only for 40 minutes but hey...better than nothing.:)
     
  20. jacobxray

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    were you duct taped up? gotta know it's becoming a bit of a fetish thing for me now?
    if so, please supply details, colour, gauge etc. :)
     
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