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    Clyde T-shirt

    I was watching a movie the other day, and one of the kids in the movie was wearing a T-shirt that said "Clyde" across the front. I did a google search and couldn't find a "clyde" t-shirt. I found a lot of other T-shirts with some xbox game character named clyde and Frank Zappa's Radio Clyde, nut nothing that just said Clyde.

    Anyone ever see any clyde t-shirts, just says "clyde", or maybe, "I'm a Clyde and proud of it", etc... and where can I find them?

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    Here are about 400 to choose from:
    http://t-shirts.cafepress.com/clyde_...-shirts?page=1

    There are a few cool ones...

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    It would be better if the lettering were on the back and said something like "there goes a clyde". That way when you ride by someone they will not have to guess your stature.

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    Thanks, I may have to order one of those "Go Clyde" or "Team Clyde" shirts. I would like a shirt that says Clyde and then underneath it shows a mountain, with on one side a rider going up sweating and struggling and then on the other side going down with a huge smile on his face. That would pretty much sum me up. I have no artistic capability, so I couldn't even try to draw a picture of what I'm describing, let alone get it printed on a shirt.

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    There are a few companies out there that will produce dye sublimation printing on bike
    jerseys for around $50 each with a minimum order of ten. Anybody out there artistically
    inclined? We could have really unique "Team Clydesdale" jerseys. The wilder the better.
    In fact lets insult some skinny people while we're at it.

    http://www.v-gear.com/ordering_process

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    Here is another
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    Quote Originally Posted by saturnine
    that's the stupidest idea this side of pinkbike.

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    For a slogan how about
    "Clydesdale, couldn't stop even if I wanted to"

    check out this Clyedsdale club shirt

    http://images.google.com/imgres?imgu...HdTbmQeo4MDbBg

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    yeh me

    I am up for one........................how about short sleeved

    Vote on colour....sorry color....... for you guys?

    Whos going to do the art work?

    Lots of forum members so I think it would be nice to have a "proper" riding top as opposed to a tshirt.

    Sizing should be easy........................ lets start at xxxl

    ha..............i like this idea....maybe the mods could put it to a sticky to see how many peeps are interested?

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    I'm game for a Clyde shirt!

    We should start adding slogans and maybe one will stick.
    I like...

    Clydesdales,
    "260 pounds of twisted steel and sex appeal"

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    hahahah

    Quote Originally Posted by Bunyan
    I'm game for a Clyde shirt!

    We should start adding slogans and maybe one will stick.
    I like...

    Clydesdales,
    "260 pounds of twisted steel and sex appeal"
    hahhahahhh....................i like that

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    I ordered the clydesdale club t-shirt, it was a littly pricey with shipping and all but I will wear it with pride.

    I am actually hoping to have an ex-clyde shirt by the end of the year, just hit 213 lbs, down from 274 lbs at my heaviest in 2006.

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    add to the list:

    If you can read this, JUMP OUT OF THE WAY!

    Clydesdales, "260 pounds of twisted steel and sex appeal"

    Clydesdales, couldn't stop even if I wanted to

    Clydesdales, Gravity loves me the best

    Clydesdales, My gravity is bigger than your gravity

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    Another possiblity is my signature on our local mtb forum

    "I have a love/hate relationship with gravity".

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    Yeah, I'm in shape...round's a shape!

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    I'm in I would love to get a jersey that for (1) fit and for (2) proclaimed that I was a proud Clyde.

    So what's the deal do we think we can get enough Clydes to place an order?

    I have my own slogan.

    Want to know what a Clyde is?
    Wait for me at the top of the hill.
    I'll show you on the way down.


    I was trying to post this yesterday but got kicked out of my work because of a bomb threat.
    next time

    [QUOTE=spazzy] Might as well sell your bikes, E-riding is much more productive.

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    Mass x Velocity = Clydesdale

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    Quote Originally Posted by Baine
    Mass x Velocity = Clydesdale
    I like that. Short and to the point.
    next time

    [QUOTE=spazzy] Might as well sell your bikes, E-riding is much more productive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Baine
    For a slogan how about
    "Clydesdale, couldn't stop even if I wanted to"


    Me Likee

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    Got the Clydesdale Club T-shirt that I ordered in the mail yesterday. My wife got a kick out of it. Going to wear it with pride.

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    If you are handy, you can create your own shift at

    http://www.zazzle.com/

    and make it available for others to buy. You even get some sort of royalties or reward points if other people buy your design! I'm sure this isn't the only site to offer these services.

    - Chris

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