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    Does Crosstraining Make You Gay?

    I get a lot of flak from hipsters and rednecks for just being on a road bike. Today, some guy in a pickup gave me a limp wrist gesture when I was climbing an HC in the saddle. I guess no matter how accomplished I get in this sport, people like that will think Iím girly.

    A month ago I was riding past Donner and some hipsters on bmx and cruisers were commenting amongst themselves, and as I passed I overheard ďoh - that sorta biking is gayer than gayĒ. It was a good troll, because thatís exactly how I feel about hipsters on bikes.

    Yeah, sure I wear lycra when I ride road. Itís comfortable in the wind, and offers more muscle compression. And if I didnít, roadies would give me flak for wearing baggies, and Iíd still get flak from hipsters and rednecks anyway. I donít really see any options to make myself appear less ďgayĒ other than not crosstraining at all.

    - doesn't really give a **** about what these people think.
    - just wanted to see what other mountain bikers thought about it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lassiar View Post
    I get a lot of flak from hipsters and rednecks for just being on a road bike. Today, some guy in a pickup gave me a limp wrist gesture when I was climbing an HC in the saddle. I guess no matter how accomplished I get in this sport, people like that will think Iím girly.

    A month ago I was riding past Donner and some hipsters on bmx and cruisers were commenting amongst themselves, and as I passed I overheard ďoh - that sorta biking is gayer than gayĒ. It was a good troll, because thatís exactly how I feel about hipsters on bikes.

    Yeah, sure I wear lycra when I ride road. Itís comfortable in the wind, and offers more muscle compression. And if I didnít, roadies would give me flak for wearing baggies, and Iíd still get flak from hipsters and rednecks anyway. I donít really see any options to make myself appear less ďgayĒ other than not crosstraining at all.

    - doesn't really give a **** about what these people think.
    - just wanted to see what other mountain bikers thought about it.
    ... is being gay a bad thing?

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    Quote Originally Posted by lassiar View Post
    I get a lot of flak from hipsters and rednecks for just being on a road bike. Today, some guy in a pickup gave me a limp wrist gesture when I was climbing an HC in the saddle. I guess no matter how accomplished I get in this sport, people like that will think I’m girly.

    A month ago I was riding past Donner and some hipsters on bmx and cruisers were commenting amongst themselves, and as I passed I overheard “oh - that sorta biking is gayer than gay”. It was a good troll, because that’s exactly how I feel about hipsters on bikes.

    Yeah, sure I wear lycra when I ride road. It’s comfortable in the wind, and offers more muscle compression. And if I didn’t, roadies would give me flak for wearing baggies, and I’d still get flak from hipsters and rednecks anyway. I don’t really see any options to make myself appear less “gay” other than not crosstraining at all.

    - doesn't really give a **** about what these people think.
    - just wanted to see what other mountain bikers thought about it.
    Those guys usually are jealous of you having better look and nice cardio and just can't admit it... I know, because when I see someone like you climbing or simply on the bike path, I'm thinking : "lol, is he at the Tour de France or what ?".
    But I know I'm just saying that to myself because I will never be able to keep up with that guy and he's totally more trained and into it then I am and I find myself kinda lame to simply react this way and then try to catch him up, but 150mm of travel don't help me.

    You rock. And I admit I'm jealous.

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    topless. that's what all mtb girls do. we go ride, get topless, have pillow fights in the woods, scissor, then ride home!

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    And btw, you remember the dude that wins the Tour de France this summer ?

    He was like 3 times MTB world champion.

    And I'm jealous.

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    topless. that's what all mtb girls do. we go ride, get topless, have pillow fights in the woods, scissor, then ride home!

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    The guy in the pickup was making a pass at you. It's the rural version of "cruising."
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    Quote Originally Posted by Entrenador View Post
    The guy in the pickup was making a pass at you. It's the rural version of "cruising."
    Rednecks are everywhere. Not only on YouTube.
    Quote Originally Posted by NicoleB28 View Post
    topless. that's what all mtb girls do. we go ride, get topless, have pillow fights in the woods, scissor, then ride home!

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    I just checked. Nope, I still don't care what anyone else thinks when I ride.
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    No. Sucking d!ck makes you gay. Cross training only makes you a stronger cyclist.
    A yes, in this alleged 'age of enlightenment', some of us still think being gay is wrong.

    Don't worry about what others think or say about you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sparkyJay View Post
    I just checked. Nope, I still don't care what anyone else thinks when I ride.
    You know, you're not suppose to ride naked... You jackwagon.

    Quote Originally Posted by NicoleB28 View Post
    topless. that's what all mtb girls do. we go ride, get topless, have pillow fights in the woods, scissor, then ride home!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brewtality View Post
    No. Sucking d!ck makes you gay. Cross training only makes you a stronger cyclist.
    A yes, in this alleged 'age of enlightenment', some of us still think being gay is wrong.

    Don't worry about what others think or say about you.
    The people that mind what you do, don't matter.
    The people that matter don't mind what you do
    Well said Brew!! Better get the popcorn after this post.

    So does this mean you will quit giving me a hard time about my road bike?



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    Being gay makes you gay.

    Wearing Spandex and cross training makes you a smart and likely more fit rider.

    I think focusing on comfort and form are important in sport. I'm not quite sure why this is an issue at all. Looking at professional sports down the line, football basketball, swimming, track and field, wrestling, they all wear spandex.

    I don't understand the anti spandex thought process for a lot of mountainbikers.
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    YES! Cross training makes me HAPPY!

    There will always be immature rednecks, hipsters, kids, etc in this world...have confidence in your lifestyle and RIDE ON!!!
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    Riding a bike is crosstraining for another form of riding a bike? I thought it was all just "riding bikes" or "cycling". Whatever.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tyrone Shoelaces View Post
    Riding a bike is crosstraining for another form of riding a bike? I thought it was all just "riding bikes" or "cycling". Whatever.
    I agree. When I read the subject, I thought this thread would be about running, swimming, weight lifting, etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lassiar View Post

    Yeah, sure I wear lycra when I ride road. Itís comfortable in the wind, and offers more muscle compression. And if I didnít, roadies would give me flak for wearing baggies, and Iíd still get flak from hipsters and rednecks anyway.
    You homos always have great excuses for why you wear those tight colorful clothes!




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    Quote Originally Posted by David C View Post
    You know, you're not suppose to ride naked... You jackwagon.
    But what about in really hot weather?
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    LOL! Brewtality is alway "Brutally" honest. There's no sugar coating there. I love it! I guess if cross training makes me gay then I must be mega gay cause I ride everything.....with two wheel!

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    Quote Originally Posted by lassiar View Post
    I get a lot of flak from hipsters and rednecks for just being on a road bike. Today, some guy in a pickup gave me a limp wrist gesture when I was climbing an HC in the saddle. I guess no matter how accomplished I get in this sport, people like that will think Iím girly.

    A month ago I was riding past Donner and some hipsters on bmx and cruisers were commenting amongst themselves, and as I passed I overheard ďoh - that sorta biking is gayer than gayĒ. It was a good troll, because thatís exactly how I feel about hipsters on bikes.

    Yeah, sure I wear lycra when I ride road. Itís comfortable in the wind, and offers more muscle compression. And if I didnít, roadies would give me flak for wearing baggies, and Iíd still get flak from hipsters and rednecks anyway. I donít really see any options to make myself appear less ďgayĒ other than not crosstraining at all.

    - doesn't really give a **** about what these people think.
    - just wanted to see what other mountain bikers thought about it.
    The best mountain bikers in the world train on road bikes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Whason View Post
    Being gay makes you gay.

    Wearing Spandex and cross training makes you a smart and likely more fit rider.

    I think focusing on comfort and form are important in sport. I'm not quite sure why this is an issue at all. Looking at professional sports down the line, football basketball, swimming, track and field, wrestling, they all wear spandex.

    I don't understand the anti spandex thought process for a lot of mountainbikers.
    Spandex doesn't hang up on the saddle on steep decents like baggy shorts do.

    It's only one layer, not two - so it's cooler on hot days.

    It's less likely to bunch up and rub your chode raw.

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    I'm not sure if riding a road bike is making you gay or not, that's between you and your willie.

    My bigger concern is all this time you are wasting worrying about it. Seems to me that time could be better spent uploading your power tap data, charting your next interval session, making sure your socks are the right height and perfectly alligning your spando so that your tan lines are just right on every ride. Pull it together.

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    Lamest thread of the year on just about every level.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sparkyJay View Post
    But what about in really hot weather?
    I don't know what hot weather is. I live in Canada. And if I ride naked, I get my balls frozen. And it don't feel good.
    Quote Originally Posted by NicoleB28 View Post
    topless. that's what all mtb girls do. we go ride, get topless, have pillow fights in the woods, scissor, then ride home!

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    Quote Originally Posted by iheartbicycles View Post
    Spandex doesn't hang up on the saddle on steep decents like baggy shorts do.

    It's only one layer, not two - so it's cooler on hot days.

    It's less likely to bunch up and rub your chode raw.
    Yeah, I find it hard to justify wearing baggies on my mountain bike now after having been caught on the seat while trying to shift weight. I'm one of those lycra clad 'roadies' on a mountain bike now.

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    That Yoda sure is a smart dude.

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    Damn. I must be really gay then. I wear colorful lycra on the road bike and wear lycra on the mtb too! UFFDA.

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    Not that there is anything wrong with that

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    I guess I read the title wrong. I was thinking it read does Cross dressing make you gay? That begs the question does cross training while cross dressing then cancel each other out? If so than that would make you a super straight not gay in the least bit human. I agree with Tyrone on this- just ride your bike. Just don't cross chain the thing because your bound to have homophobic slurs launched at you! After reading these posts, I find myself so confused about everything. Oh wait a tick, I don't mean confused like that Your totally getting me wrong here. This is a don't ask don't tell forum right? I gotta go!
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    Quote Originally Posted by pmarshall View Post
    I guess I read the title wrong. I was thinking it read does Cross dressing make you gay? That begs the question does cross training while cross dressing then cancel each other out? If so than that would make you a super straight not gay in the least bit human. I agree with Tyrone on this- just ride your bike. Just don't cross chain the thing because your bound to have homophobic slurs launched at you! After reading these posts, I find myself so confused about everything. Oh wait a tick, I don't mean confused like that Your totally getting me wrong here. This is a don't ask don't tell forum right? I gotta go!
    Cross dressing while cross training cancels itself out .

    Cross chaining, while cross dressing and cross training is still a negative and requires another negative to equal out. I'd suggest riding Cross Country - but many other options are available. Maybe try doing a cross word puzzle while cross dressing?

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    Rednecks love dirt bikes. They also recognize the similarity between longer travel MTB bikes and dirt bikes. I've had quite a few ogle over my Banshee Rune. And being true rednecks, most of em don't like socialist-euro-trash, which is what you look like to them in your Tour de France getup :P

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rebel66 View Post
    ...I guess if cross training makes me gay then I must be mega gay cause I ride everything.....with two wheel!
    Nope that just makes you a whore!

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    Quote Originally Posted by iheartbicycles View Post
    Cross dressing while cross training cancels itself out .

    Cross chaining, while cross dressing and cross training is still a negative and requires another negative to equal out. I'd suggest riding Cross Country - but many other options are available. Maybe try doing a cross word puzzle while cross dressing?
    I appreciate your input on this matter. I have gone cross eyed at this point. We have really gone cross cultural here. Whatever people say let's up hope they don't get cross with us! Good night everybody, my work is done here.
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    Bottom line,, don't crossdress and ride a crossbike on a crosscoutry ride and you will be okidoki.



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    Quote Originally Posted by zon View Post
    Bottom line,, don't crossdress and ride a crossbike on a crosscoutry ride and you will be okidoki.



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    what about cross chaining?

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    Quote Originally Posted by motorbacon View Post
    what about cross chaining?
    Cross chaining is a gay orgy move when 6 guys grab each others ankles and, uh... forget it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dion View Post
    Cross chaining is a gay orgy move when 6 guys grab each others ankles and, uh... forget it.

    We all know who's gay now...
    Hmm...yeah. So, does "group rides" take on a different meaning then?

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    Quote Originally Posted by lassiar View Post
    ...as I passed I overheard...
    Getting passed makes some people insecure. In groups, this occasionally leads to random remarks about the person passing. I guess this helps some preserve their sense of manhood among their buddies. So, the reality is basically the opposite of the actual remark.

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    I once had a roommate that was super homophobic.

    I came home one night with a cute little blonde twink name Jarrod. I told my room mate that we were about to get naked, cover our bodies in baby oil and wrestle on a plastic shower curtain, and I asked if he wanted to join in.

    He's like, "Dude, are you gay?"

    I told him, "No..."

    And he responded, "Cool, I'll get the baby oil..."

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    Dion's taking this to a whole new level.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brewtality View Post
    No. Sucking d!ck makes you gay. Cross training only makes you a stronger cyclist.
    A yes, in this alleged 'age of enlightenment', some of us still think being gay is wrong.

    Don't worry about what others think or say about you.
    The people that mind what you do, don't matter.
    The people that matter don't mind what you do
    agreed, but also liking receiving-the-other way makes you gay. so does wearing your pants low that reveal a part of your arse.

    being gay's cool... for one thing, that leave more women for us...well, in theory.

    seriously, unless someone gets in your way, let it be, let it be
    with the words of wisdom, let it be..... from a tune from some English chaps that made millions singing pretty songs.

    road biking's cool if that leads you to enjoy the dirt cycling more.

    when I hear "cross training" I think of surfing, contact karate, or jiujitsu. I have not
    rode my Campy Italian road bike all year.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dion View Post
    I once had a roommate that was super homophobic.

    I came home one night with a cute little blonde twink name Jarrod. I told my room mate that we were about to get naked, cover our bodies in baby oil and wrestle on a plastic shower curtain, and I asked if he wanted to join in.

    He's like, "Dude, are you gay?"

    I told him, "No..."

    And he responded, "Cool, I'll get the baby oil..."
    quoted for awesomeness

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    Quote Originally Posted by snowjnky
    Quote Originally Posted by Dion
    I once had a roommate that was super homophobic.

    I came home one night with a cute little blonde twink name Jarrod. I told my room mate that we were about to get naked, cover our bodies in baby oil and wrestle on a plastic shower curtain, and I asked if he wanted to join in.

    He's like, "Dude, are you gay?"

    I told him, "No..."

    And he responded, "Cool, I'll get the baby oil..."
    quoted for awesomeness
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    Quote Originally Posted by motorbacon
    what about cross chaining?
    Cross chaining is a gay orgy move when 6 guys grab each others ankles and, uh... forget it.
    Cross quoted for awesomeness

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    Quote Originally Posted by lassiar View Post
    I get a lot of flak from hipsters and rednecks for just being on a road bike. Today, some guy in a pickup gave me a limp wrist gesture when I was climbing an HC in the saddle. I guess no matter how accomplished I get in this sport, people like that will think Iím girly.

    A month ago I was riding past Donner and some hipsters on bmx and cruisers were commenting amongst themselves, and as I passed I overheard ďoh - that sorta biking is gayer than gayĒ. It was a good troll, because thatís exactly how I feel about hipsters on bikes.

    Yeah, sure I wear lycra when I ride road. Itís comfortable in the wind, and offers more muscle compression. And if I didnít, roadies would give me flak for wearing baggies, and Iíd still get flak from hipsters and rednecks anyway. I donít really see any options to make myself appear less ďgayĒ other than not crosstraining at all.

    - doesn't really give a **** about what these people think.
    - just wanted to see what other mountain bikers thought about it.

    Its not gay at all....unless your jersey has this on it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rumpfy View Post
    Its not gay at all....unless your jersey has this on it.
    If you can find a place to buy that jersey I will go out and buy 3 right now. Best. Jersey. Ever.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iheartbicycles View Post
    The best mountain bikers in the world train on road bikes.
    I'm still not Gay...still holding out here. Probably never will...my wife wont let me go gay because I have been hit by cars (twice) and motorcycles (once) riding on the paved "gay trail". I wasn't even riding a gay bike or wearing lycra.

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