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post #74236 of 117670
hey guys hey guys hey guys

in a month it will be late september

which means... outerwear!

then you'll have no excuse not to post a fit.

hear that? car talk, bike talk, marg talk, solar vs hydrogen, all that ends in september. boom
post #74237 of 117670

Cars are boring, bikes are girly, go motorcycle or GTFO

 

Also, a movie based on mikey´s cycling experiences

 

post #74238 of 117670
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Originally Posted by Bam!ChairDance View Post

hey guys hey guys hey guys
in a month it will be late september
which means... outerwear!
then you'll have no excuse not to post a fit.
hear that? car talk, bike talk, marg talk, solar vs hydrogen, all that ends in september. boom

In a month I'll still be in shorts and a t-shirt on most days.
post #74239 of 117670
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Originally Posted by VLSI View Post

Why can't bicyclists ride on the sidewalk? I really don't understand. Surely the fallout of a pedestrian/cyclist crash is much less than that of a cyclist/car crash.

Probably because it's less safe than riding in the street for the cyclist.
post #74240 of 117670
^^ yeah I'll be wearing the same ish as well

that post was basically five lines of wishful thinking
post #74241 of 117670
Most bicyclists around here are total yucklecocks. Share the road doesn't mean take up a whole lane and cause loads of traffic behind you, you piece of shit.
post #74242 of 117670
post a fit Moo
post #74243 of 117670
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Originally Posted by Mr. Moo View Post

Most bicyclists around here are total yucklecocks. Share the road doesn't mean take up a whole lane and cause loads of traffic behind you, you piece of shit.

You have no idea what your talking about.

 

I live in Los Angeles and ride daily. With parking on the side of the roads here, it makes the right lane very tight. When bikers try and hug the curb/cars too let motorists past, they get this impression that they have enough room to pass without switching lanes. This is how problems happen. Cyclists are encouraged too take up the lane a lot of the times to prevent issues like this from happening. Cars get pissed but it is by far the safest option and is what is taught in nearly all the "roadbiking safety classes". 

post #74244 of 117670
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Originally Posted by hendrix View Post

post a fit Moo

let me save you the time

moofit.jpg

thumbsupbutton.jpg

wow moo that's not half bad - hendrix

yo what is it do son, straight swagga drippin on dat ass tonite aiiiight - tc walter

this sucks - smashwindow

i think I'm smart - a fellow linguist

moo this is your second best fit, only its still shitty - stanley van buren

durp durp - jet

let me put it this way, if i were to judge this fit on a scale of 1 to awful, it would be a disaster - Bam!ChairDance

pretty good - Parker
post #74245 of 117670
Quote:
Originally Posted by Johnny B0y View Post

You have no idea what your talking about.

I live in Los Angeles and ride daily. With parking on the side of the roads here, it makes the right lane very tight. When bikers try and hug the curb/cars too let motorists past, they get this impression that they have enough room to pass without switching lanes. This is how problems happen. Cyclists are encouraged too take up the lane a lot of the times to prevent issues like this from happening. Cars get pissed but it is by far the safest option and is what is taught in nearly all the "roadbiking safety classes". 

Share the road, hippie.
post #74246 of 117670
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Originally Posted by Mr. Moo View Post

let me save you the time
moofit.jpg
thumbsupbutton.jpg
wow moo that's not half bad - hendrix
yo what is it do son, straight swagga drippin on dat ass tonite aiiiight - tc walter
this sucks - smashwindow
i think I'm smart - a fellow linguist
moo this is your second best fit, only its still shitty - stanley van buren
durp durp - jet
let me put it this way, if i were to judge this fit on a scale of 1 to awful, it would be a disaster - Bam!ChairDance
pretty good - Parker

I'll chip in if you post a fit to get this thread back on topic. I can't keep up with all this car/bike talk, I miss lurking fit pics.
post #74247 of 117670
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Originally Posted by caseyfud View Post

today, styleforum, I put together this groundbreaking fit of t-shirt, jeans and sneakers.

better than most of the recent fits. pat yourself on the back, you deserve it!

post #74248 of 117670
To kind of tie it together with fashion, Rapha is having a nice sale on things

Almost picked up 2 jackets. Bomber looks nice as well as the Patrik Ervell-like transparent hoodless wind breaker

Photos of bomber credit to tigerprawn and it is also my WAYWT:
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post #74249 of 117670


Basically my first time posting, dunno if we can include illegal activities but eff it!

T By Alexander Wang
RO Jersey T-Shirt
DRKSHDW Drop Crotch Sweatpants
Balenciagas
Edited by AllAlong - 8/15/12 at 9:44pm
post #74250 of 117670
You should have been posting all along.
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