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Queens Fish Bar 5:36 Mon Nov 9
Cycling helmet
Returned to road riding (mainly cycle tracks and country lanes away from cars).

I understand MiPS is a good safety feature/compliance.

WHOHIVE are invited to share their wisdom.

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Exiled In Surrey 9:35 Thu Nov 12
Re: Cycling helmet
Respect for correct use of they're.

Nescafe wave for sexism and complete bollocks.

Chigwell 7:44 Thu Nov 12
Re: Cycling helmet
I've never worn a helmet while cycling. They're for girls.

WHU(Exeter) 4:13 Wed Nov 11
Re: Cycling helmet
IoC, if people in other countries don't wear Tour de France type gear, let's put it down to those countries never had the Style Council.

Their loss (I think?)...

alfs barnet 2:05 Wed Nov 11
Re: Cycling helmet
LoL

Vexed 2:00 Wed Nov 11
Re: Cycling helmet
"Oooooh I'm much slimmer than you ducky!"

Lee Trundle 1:51 Wed Nov 11
Re: Cycling helmet
No, I'm quite content with you making a fool out of yourself by calling me a fatty.

And I probably wouldn't group Darby along with you. I, and the majority of road users, wouldn't have a problem with him.

It's your "type" that are hated. Hated by car users, hated by pedestrians, hated by horse riders.

alfs barnet 1:50 Wed Nov 11
Re: Cycling helmet
No, please, tell me more about your slim build and high metabolism trundle...

Lee Trundle 1:44 Wed Nov 11
Re: Cycling helmet
I won't lie, I'm delighted with your reaction on here, barnet.

You're coming across as a very angry gay cyclist.

alfs barnet 1:42 Wed Nov 11
Re: Cycling helmet

Darby_ 9:07 Wed Nov 11

Haven't had a problem so far, but I'll report back of some "tough guy" tries to run me off the road.

If the 'tough guy' is really fat and obese, it'll be trundle. If you catch him up at the lights and ask him about it, he'll either pretend not to notice you and continue shovelling crisps into his fat gob, or he'll start boring you to death about his 'high metabolism'.

HTH

alfs barnet 1:38 Wed Nov 11
Re: Cycling helmet
ironsofcanada 6:28 Tue Nov 10

Why do all rec. cyclists (even the very new ones given their size) here in England feel the need to dress like they are in the tour de France. Never seen that other places.


ironsofcanada 9:58 Tue Nov 10

When I was on the continent, I was visiting. Had better things to look for than men in lycra. So maybe.



But here in the UK you have nothing better to do than to look for men in lycra? Weirdo.

Sniper 11:09 Wed Nov 11
Re: Cycling helmet
I read the title of the thread assuming you meant that ‘helmet’ was an apt description for someone who cycles

Darby_ 9:07 Wed Nov 11
Re: Cycling helmet
I've taken up a bit of cycling since the pandemic. I don't wear lycra or "the uniform". Just typical gym clothes. Give cars plenty of room.

Haven't had a problem so far, but I'll report back of some "tough guy" tries to run me off the road.

Alfs 2:27 Wed Nov 11
Re: Cycling helmet
I only use my bike to go locally and living in a market town traffic is light. Also, in thirty years I've come off once abd that was because if thick ice.

I do need a helmet though but looking here -

https://www.amazon.co.uk/s?k=bicycle+helmet&crid=3M8CDPDTE2CGT&sprefix=bicycle+%2Caps%2C180&ref=nb_sb_ss_ts-oa-p_6_8

They all look the same to me.

Vexed 10:02 Tue Nov 10
Re: Cycling helmet
"I bet I'm slimmer than you"

Without doubt the limpest, minciest thing you'll read on here for months.

ironsofcanada 9:58 Tue Nov 10
Re: Cycling helmet
alfs barnet 8:07 Tue Nov 10

Ha. Chill, mate.

When I was on the continent, I was visiting. Had better things to look for than men in lycra. So maybe.

Where I have lived?- no.

alfs barnet 8:07 Tue Nov 10
Re: Cycling helmet
ironsofcanada 6:28 Tue Nov 10

While we are asking questions:

Why do all rec. cyclists (even the very new ones given their size) here in England feel the need to dress like they are in the tour de France. Never seen that other places.


You've never seen this in other places? Seriously, I know you are fucking dull as dishwater, but you must have been to the continent at some point in your dull life?

alfs barnet 8:06 Tue Nov 10
Re: Cycling helmet
Lee Trundle wrote...

Re: Cycling helmet
Given the way you've shown so much RAGE from my post, I doubt you do find it hilarious when I pass you in your tight gay lycra.

I bet I'm slimmer than you, without the cycling. Thankfully it appears I have a high metabolism, which means the last time I probably stood on a set of scales was 10 years ago, at least.

So calm down, tubs.


"I'm slim, but couldn't tell you my weight because I haven't been on a set of scales in 10 years"

Ha ha ha, you utter fucking bell-end. Good to know I hit a nerve.

Alwaysaniron 7:47 Tue Nov 10
Re: Cycling helmet

Queens Fish Bar 7:05 Tue Nov 1

Jeez. Don't go out on one of your motorbikes in a strong wind.

ironsofcanada 7:13 Tue Nov 10
Re: Cycling helmet
Queens Fish Bar 7:05 Tue Nov 10

(This is not a dating site by the way, no need for measurements)

Okay. You are in the minority here from what I see.

Queens Fish Bar 7:05 Tue Nov 10
Re: Cycling helmet

ironsofcanada 6:28 Tue Nov 10

I'm 6ft, 72kg and don't wear lycra.

Just like I don't wear a 1 piece leather race suit when I pop out for a ride on one of my motorbikes.

ironsofcanada 6:50 Tue Nov 10
Re: Cycling helmet
Alwaysaniron 6:38 Tue Nov 10

I got it and it was hilarious.


We have had a lot of laughs here today but cyclist illiteracy is a serious and growing problem that affects 9/10 people wearing lycra on public streets.

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