Discussion in 'CycleChat Cafe' started by yenrod, 17 Nov 2007.
When cycling, yes
But usually wearing something 'restraining' just in case - I learnt my lesson a few years back - wearing a pair of loose shorts and playing tennis against a very fit girl was not the best combination!
New balls please!
By "going commando" do you mean do I mince about with a short haircut, pretending to be tough, and picking fights with everyone else who lives in or around Exeter or Taunton or Arbroath. Then running away like a frightened whining 5 year old girl when met with two steely eyed dealers of death and destruction in a kebab shop in Exeter town centre at 2.30 in the morning (1 ex-para, me and 1 ex-RAF Reg, my bezzy mate), despite there being 4 of you and all with commando t-shirts/ haircuts/ i.d. cards (honestly why was the kebab shop owner ever going to give a forces discount on a medium donner and chips?) and a seriously aggressive attitude? In which case no.
Or do you mean not wearing pants under jeans? In which case sometimes.
Yes, unless it's 'trotting season'
Yes. Both on and off-bike.
Yes, unless it's particularly cold and I'm out for a long dribble run, then I revert to having winter pants (or whatever the correct name is) under my bib shorts or tights.
Except when wearing cycling shorts with chamois liner.
No. But then the only bits of cycle-specific clothing I've got are my helmet and a windproof jacket.
I'm more ninja than commando.
Only in bed.
on the bike yes
rest of the time no
When cycling, yes. Sometimes at work too, when iv'e got my overalls on.
On the bike yes, other times 'rarely'!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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