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Athletic Thighs?

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by BubblyMasquerade, Aug 10, 2006.

  1. The Devil's Hands

    The Devil's Hands Senior member

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    i've yet to see a cyclist built like a speed ice skater.

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    I give you Jan Ullrich.

    He has a low RPM style that requires a lot more pedal torque than Lance does, so he's built differently.

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    Olympic weightlifting champion Pyrros Dimas. As you can see, here is a completely different animal. Does Rag and Bone make anything that would fit poor Pyrros?
     
  2. glenn

    glenn Member

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    alright so i've dug up an old pair of cK jeans from the mess that is my wardrobe. would you consider these too tight? i'm thinking bout some form of alteration (tapering, shortening) at the bottom.

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  3. KingKongLives

    KingKongLives Active Member

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  4. glenn

    glenn Member

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    not even around the thighs?
    thank you!

    this was after i stuffed a tub of protein down each leg in an effort to get them stretched out lol.

    perhaps this will demonstrate some of the tightness.
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  5. Studio27

    Studio27 Senior member

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    He has a low RPM style that requires a lot more pedal torque than Lance does, so he's built differently.

    getting closer but... still not what i'm talking about. although i will admit that he has legs that are bigger than the run of the mill cyclist... but a lot has to do with the angle of the pic. i googled him and they looked a lot smaller.

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    but

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    those are some treetrunks.

    no comparison.
     

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