Cycling - which are you?

MTB or lycra-clad roadie?

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28/04/2004 at 17:42
Do you like the rough stuff or nice smooth roads? Or r u bi?

Some interesting debates on cycling on this site, just interested in preferences,
28/04/2004 at 17:43
[settles back comfortably with very large bag of Giant Smarties and a pint of Diet coke...]
Monique    pirate
28/04/2004 at 17:45
Lycra clad roadie I'm afraid, though MTBers are sexier I'm just too scared of falling off and can't be bothered with the cleaning involved.
28/04/2004 at 17:46
Road.

Sexier bikes, sexier clothes, sexier men*.

I rest my case

*I can get away with this cos hubby is a road bike person
28/04/2004 at 17:47
Should add that road bikes are infinitely more fun to ride, go faster and are a lot easier to carry up and down steps when you live in a second floor apartment.
28/04/2004 at 17:49

I'm with LizzyB! Not in the biblical sense of course, though I could be persuaded!
28/04/2004 at 17:51
Multi - I've seen your bike. Phwoar!
28/04/2004 at 17:52
[takes a swig from Jj's Diet coke and prepares to heckle]


Men in colourful lycra on those tight muscular bodies, [shudder]is just so sexy!
28/04/2004 at 17:54
Roadster too.

Lizzy B I have a question. We're about to buy our first home and won't be able to afford somewhere with a garage. Do you store your bike in your 2nd floor flat? Is it convenient (apart from carrying it up three flights of stairs?

Cheers

Rob
28/04/2004 at 17:55
Road and lycra.

I've got a mountain bike but the back wheel was nicked while I was swimming.
28/04/2004 at 17:56
So no bi's at the moment?

Some good points, but "road bikes are infinitely more fun to ride" .....only on the road though, and there's no dirt, jumps, trees on the road.

Keep them coming.

28/04/2004 at 17:58
Banana Boy - we have three road bikes in the dining room, not really a problem, carrying them downstairs is fine as well, but the final flight of steps is stone, a bit of a 'mare in cleats, I sometimes wait until I'm outside before putting my shoes on.

28/04/2004 at 18:01
[crunches thoughtfully on SMarties and offers bag to Destiny...]


<<Will'll be in soon, I 'spec. He's definitely bi.>>>
28/04/2004 at 18:13
[thoughtlessly stuffing SMarties into mouth, thinking about the Rhino in lycra]

Have to agree with you Jj I think WW swings both ways.
iron fraggle    pirate
28/04/2004 at 18:14
Hmmmmm...Tour de France...........hmmmm...fit men in tight lycra....dribble dribble........



sorry, got carried away there.
Mr Fraggle has road and mtb - and wears tight lycra for both....lucky me ;-)
28/04/2004 at 18:14
[glugs Coke and burps delicately behind paw] but...[crunch] ... the lycra didn't lay well over the armour plating, I thought...
28/04/2004 at 18:20
but Jj, Lycra with armour plating peeping out, I find titilating.
[Stands up suddenly and shouts]

Bring it on Rhino!
28/04/2004 at 18:23
Cycling Weekly ... the thinking woman's 'Playgirl'....

28/04/2004 at 18:25
have a MTB but wear lycra for cycling (even in the gym)
28/04/2004 at 18:25
OK, ta for the views so, and take it I'm outnumbered here.

Is it really that much more fun to be riding on roads with CARS/LORRIES/COACHES or through beautiful wooded trails with jumps and trees and the only traffic be horses, dogs, and cows (and RAMBLERS, grrr)?

Sadly, the only advantage I see with roadie's at the mo is the girls having a pref for lycra. Lizzy, your view about sexier bikes is taken on board but I think the new Spesh full-susser's are drop down gorgeous (no competition there).
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