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Questions about bike hire abroad and everything light bike related. No off-topic chat please

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Tinea Pedis
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by Tinea Pedis

White? :shock:

It's winter time here, white becomes un-Pro very quickly.

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by kevinkalis

Tinea Pedis wrote:White? :shock:

It's winter time here, white becomes un-Pro very quickly.

White's fine if you don't have to pay for the kit yourself.

Design wise, I'd suggest something along the line of Rapha's designs, simple, elegant, timeless bla bla bla, just essentially a bit cheaper. It's hard to go wrong with anything black.

Do you suffer more when you train, or cannot train?

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by beardking

Plain black or white is fine by me.

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by Privateer

All my jerseys are white, or predominatly white. I don't have a problem keeping them clean (though I do empathise with those of you currently enduring a Melbourne winter).

Black is hot, difficult for drivers to see, and doesn't provide a good background for heat transfers.

I also don't have the time or the talent to come up with a design. If someone else wants to please speak up.

If not, black shorts, white top.

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