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View Poll Results: Where do you stop the razor?
Knicks Line 9 16.67%
Bikini Line 18 33.33%
Balls and All 8 14.81%
Leipheimer 4 7.41%
Every Hair is Sacred 15 27.78%
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Old 04-28-12, 12:37
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When I have hairy legs I always end up pinching the hairs in a painful way when I try to put on/adjust knee warmers and shorts. Also tights feel weird.

It's just an option, of course when I shave my legs I don't imagine I suddenly become a pro rider.
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finally, someone that knows what they are talking about
He just elaborated (well) on a point the rest of us made. What are you talking about?
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Old 04-28-12, 17:29
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Body building (if you can call that a sport)
Of course - I didn't think of that one.

Interesting though, with bodybuilding, the sport is judged on aesthetic criteria whereas with cycling, it's clearly not - yet the "clean" body is "preferred".

It is (for me anyway) an interesting cultural trope of cycling.
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I would only shave if I was racing, for obvious reasons, but the thing is I'm not racing and I keep my hair thank you very much, I'm too lazy to shave anyway.
Signed: a hairy *******
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