52 thoughts on “bikes are the most?

  1. Anonymous says:

    I’m a commuter cyclist in my early 30s trying to figure out what to wear to bike in the winter so I can still be presentable socially. I blow out the crotch in regular pants so quickly biking every day. Is there a commuter bike look that isn’t the hipster bike messenger style and also doesn’t make me look like a man 65+ that donates to community radio?

    • Anonymous says:

      I used to ride a bike with dress shoes, shirts and trousers on. One of the most stupid ideas I had ever, just wear a tracksuit or jeans with a t-shirt and a sweater/hoodie and running shoes, riding a bike is exercise after all and requires a certain level of comfort in your choice of clothes. If you intend to dress up, don’t ride a bike, all clothes have a purpose and environment suitable for them.

    • Anonymous says:

      Buy nyco (nylon / cotton) pants
      There are some companies like swrve that make a bunch of cycling pants and cordura blend jeans.
      They make some softshell trousers that might work in the winter.
      Or just wear those tearaway warm up pants over your pants in the winter.

  2. Anonymous says:

    cyclists are the most detestable group of people to ever exist. i’m a very compassionate and empathic person but whenever i see a cyclist get killed in traffic my heart starts singing and i get a warm sensation in my solar plexus.

  3. Anonymous says:

    You will own nothing and you will be happy. You will live in the pod. You will eat the bugs. You will not leave your 15-minute containment zone.

  4. Anonymous says:

    In theory I think cycling caps look pretty cool but in reality I think you’d look like a poser just wearing one around, and if you’re gonna go to the trouble of wearing special cycling headgear it might as well be a helmet.

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