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 Post subject: Bad Kit
PostPosted: Tue Jul 14, 2009 8:52 pm 
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Kellogs have their own variety pack, and it does not include a Kellogs Tour one either.
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 Post subject: Re: Bad Kit
PostPosted: Tue Jul 14, 2009 9:08 pm 
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bikemeister2000 wrote:
Kellogs have their own variety pack, and it does not include a Kellogs Tour one either.



Now those are naff. Never seen them on the tour though.


Most if the other stuff posted I quite like. You chaps need to think more 'Euro'

Here are a few more good 'uns

TonTon Tapis - a man with a tash carrying a carpet, what could be better

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Brooklyn

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If we're talking cycling hair I think Jan Theunisse deserves a mention.

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However Brochard is the king!

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My all time favourite of all time... Bugno style

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PostPosted: Tue Jul 14, 2009 9:20 pm 
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Brochard would have been bigger than Armstrong and maybe even bigger than Merckx if it wasn't for the mullet. The coefficient of friction was of the scale.


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So bad is so many ways

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I always quite liked

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always thought team gatorade looked good, especially when they used the moser leader ax bikes not the bianchi's. the one in the pic isn't the one i'm thinking of though, same bike but they did it in dark blue/white and either neon green or neon pink. my mate has the neon pink version, looks the bollox!! but with the gatorade kit and the neon green it really stood out and looked cool


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Good call, I had one of the Gatorade ones and couldn't find a pic


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I reckon I'll be in a minority of one here, but....

I am going to say I like the denim look of the Carrera team. For me Claudio Ciapucci's long escape to Sestriere is an all time great moment in the Tour.
Tell you what, as a special 'treat' I will photograph my kit tomorrow (you lucky people) and add to this thread. I also have a Panasonic top too.


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PostPosted: Tue Jul 14, 2009 11:24 pm 
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Iwasgoodonce wrote:
I reckon I'll be in a minority of one here, but....

I am going to say I like the denim look of the Carrera team. For me Claudio Ciapucci's long escape to Sestriere is an all time great moment in the Tour.
Tell you what, as a special 'treat' I will photograph my kit tomorrow (you lucky people) and add to this thread. I also have a Panasonic top too.


ah..theres a photo on here somewhere. You get let off for the panasonic top though :lol:


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I've lost a fair bit of weight since then and don't look as if it's been sprayed on.


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