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    Is it okay to clothes-line shorts of spandex?

    There was a single pair of spandex shorts in my dryer on Sunday. It was out of control on timed-dry. I wanted to do something but I didn't have time. I guess spandex has the right-of-way into my dryer.

    I'm all for hanging up my riding shorts, but I'm an idiot.

    True story.
    A trail thatís too difficult wouldnít exist because itíd never be used. But, trails can exist thatíre too difficult for you.

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    this thread needs to get back on topic

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    Quote Originally Posted by snowskilz
    this thread needs to get back on topic

    RACIST!
    Since when did Need have anything to do with this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by snowskilz
    this thread needs to get back on topic
    LOL! Snowskilz gets it.
    A trail thatís too difficult wouldnít exist because itíd never be used. But, trails can exist thatíre too difficult for you.

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    Spandex has the right of way, only if the dryer rotates in a counter-clockwise motion and the cyling uniform is brightly colored. If not, you MUST hang your cycling panties on a clothesline to dry.

    It's the bada, AND the bing.

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    This thread is worthless...













    without pics!

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    Ask and ye shall recieve...

    He must be sponsored by Volvo and Cannondale.

    Is every single XC guy in the world sponsored? Looks like it.
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    Some More Fun Pics

    A couple more pre-ride pics.
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    sweet threads

    I just picked up these sweet threads who wants to shuttle up the hill
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    I can't coexist with myself since I ride XC and DH....it's just constant turmoil, should I go up or down, should I wear spandex or baggies....

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    Quote Originally Posted by giantsaam
    I just picked up these sweet threads who wants to shuttle up the hill
    fatguyinspandex-1-01.jpg
    After I borrow my wife's razor to shave my legs, I'm going to check my heart rate and put on matching logo'ed socks. Then I was thinking of having an epic ride up Apex wearing this cool uni...
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    Quote Originally Posted by weimie
    I can't coexist with myself since I ride XC and DH....it's just constant turmoil, should I go up or down, should I wear spandex or baggies....
    Where baggies over spandex, strap your DH bike on your back as you XC up, then switch bikes and DH down with the XC on your back.

    Now you're all set.

    And Joelalamo, where do you keep getting those pictures? Its unnerving you have so many, what else are you hiding?

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    Quote Originally Posted by weimie
    I can't coexist with myself since I ride XC and DH....it's just constant turmoil, should I go up or down, should I wear spandex or baggies....
    You should probably wear baggies over your spandex so others don't have to see your package, regardless if you are riding up or bombing down.

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    joelalamo45 is biker foxx's mtbr alias

    you heard it here first ;D

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    I don't think you'll see her package either way.

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    I get them from Bikerfox's website.

    http://www.bikerfox.com/foxphotos3/

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    Quote Originally Posted by athalliah
    I don't think you'll see her package either way.
    Good point... However, this thread is certainly no place for logic, sir.

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    Biker Fox has a butt fetish, he doesn't need to dry his shorts cause his azz is sooooo hot!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ithnu
    Where baggies over spandex, strap your DH bike on your back as you XC up, then switch bikes and DH down with the XC on your back.

    Now you're all set.
    Why can't I just ride a freeride bike equipped with a quick release so I can raise and lower my seatpost....I'll piss everyone off that way

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    Guys, I'm being serious here. I can only hope that the shorts of spandex read this and it somehow gets through to them... and I also hope that everyone will agree with my desire to close-line my shorts of spandex and will comfort me and my tragic experience. I'm such a victim. I would have done something, but I didn't have time. But I did have time to post this thread.
    A trail thatís too difficult wouldnít exist because itíd never be used. But, trails can exist thatíre too difficult for you.

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    LOL, this thread just made my cubilcle a much funnier place!

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    Quote Originally Posted by joelalamo45
    A couple more pre-ride pics.

    what in the hell is the matter with you?

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    About Cycling Clothing:

    When washing cycling clothing, special care must be exercised. It is imperative that you follow these instructions to prevent damage to your clothing.

    After Exercising/Washing

    o You must rinse your garment(s) immediately after use. Make sure that you hand-wash your clothing in a timely fashion. Your sweat can damage the fabric if these steps are not taken.
    o Hand-wash your clothing in lukewarm water. Avoid rubbing or applying stress on the seams.
    o Do not machine-wash your clothing.
    o Line-dry your clothing. Turn the item(s) inside out when drying. Avoid direct sunlight.

    If you have any questions, regarding the care of your cycling clothing, please do not hesitate to contact...


    Sorry, wrong thread.

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    Quote Originally Posted by weimie
    Why can't I just ride a freeride bike equipped with a quick release so I can raise and lower my seatpost....I'll piss everyone off that way
    This is my new trail sled. Up and down. Left and right. It goes everywhere my XC bike used to go. I owe it all to the QR seatpost collar.

    A trail thatís too difficult wouldnít exist because itíd never be used. But, trails can exist thatíre too difficult for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FunkMaster
    When washing cycling clothing, special care must be exercised. It is imperative that you follow these instructions to prevent damage to your clothing.

    After Exercising/Washing

    o You must rinse your garment(s) immediately after use. Make sure that you hand-wash your clothing in a timely fashion. Your sweat can damage the fabric if these steps are not taken.
    o Hand-wash your clothing in lukewarm water. Avoid rubbing or applying stress on the seams.
    o Do not machine-wash your clothing.
    o Line-dry your clothing. Turn the item(s) inside out when drying. Avoid direct sunlight.

    If you have any questions, regarding the care of your cycling clothing, please do not hesitate to contact...


    Sorry, wrong thread.
    Is that method color-safe? I have a lot of logos on my spandex uniform and I don't want them to fade.

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