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You do know the tights are sexy? Oh... I see now, the cycling is just a pretext. ;-)

Anyway shouldn't you be helping destroy unique pieces of art?

I can't go cycling without lycra. It's the rules. And I look so good in them.

Unique art my arse. Was just posh photocopying.

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And I look so good in them. Unique art my arse.

:roll: your should knock that microscopic fapping on the head, it's started to make you hallucinate.

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You don't hang around Cafe Nero chatting up dog owners do you?

I can't go cycling without lycra. It's the rules. And I look so good in them.

Unique art my arse. Was just posh photocopying.

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I'm surprised you don't fall foul of public decency law.

I do quite regularly, but not for the lycra.

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You don't hang around Cafe Nero chatting up dog owners do you?

That was his own reflection.

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You do know the tights are optional? Oh... I see now, the cycling is just a pretext. ;-)

I guess you're not familiar with the application of leg warmers in cycling wear? bmtell is merely at the beginning of the totally pervy yet purely functional journey into cycle wear fetishism.

The trouble is that the stuff works.

Paul

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I guess you're not familiar with the application of leg warmers in cycling wear? bmtell is merely at the beginning of the totally pervy yet purely functional journey into cycle wear fetishism.

The trouble is that the stuff works.

Paul

Lol, I know, I used to cycle a lot (as in obsessed with it!) in my twenties and early thirties. Off road, though. Night riding in winter was mucho amusing. These days, cyclist are spoiled with LED lighting and LiIon batteries, we used to have to haul around big lead acid batteries!

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Cyclists and cycling should be a government priority if it wants to save the NHS.

Over the past 4 years, I've burnt off 1.2 million calories on a bicycle. If I hadn't and had eaten as normal, I would now weigh circa 36 stone and be a burden on NHS resources and a danger to shipping.

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There you go Mark. Hope for you. Keep it up for a couple of years & you could get down to 36 stone :^

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In all seriousness, there's far too many lazy fat feckers in the UK, bleeding the NHS dry when they should be either taking responsibility for their own lifestyles or paying for the privilege of having their fat arses baled out time and again.

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Keep it up mate. You've just got me thinking I should be out on the bike, instead of sitting posting crap on here.

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Keep it up mate. You've just got me thinking I should be out on the bike, instead of sitting posting crap on here.

Do it. You will feel better for it.

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