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RedheadDane said:Okay with me... and for what I care you can wear the new one! But if a rider who supports Cervélo insist in buying the TdF kit and wearing it those three weeks... naah
Or simply if someone just has to change gear with the team! When you've bought a kit you wear it until it's of no use, regardless of whether your team has changed named and kit in the meantime...
mikeNphilly said:People should always wear what they want when they ride. If people want to wear the latest updated team kit, of their favorite team, then so be it. If they want to wear plain colored kits, so be it. Retro..whatever, wear what you want. Never understood this debate. No one is going to mistake you for a pro rider, and if you are a fan of a team wear what you want.
Riding a bike should be about fun. If people have fun wearing team kits, then hooray for them.
I have recently added a HTC-Columbia kit to my massive team kit wardrobe. I ride a Scott, I have the new HTC EVO...only had one step left lol. Will I wear it often, nope, but I ride so much, I need lots of bibs and jerseys.
This year alone I have bought Sky, HTC, a new Rock kit, 2 local bike shop kits, and some solid color stuff.
Nothing wrong with wear solid color stuff, or team kits...just get out there and ride!!
phlatties said:whatever blows your hair back usually works assuming there is observance of spandex laws for the general public health. anyone know where to find MBartoli's old Asics kit?
markrosen said:I agree w/Mike. But I should add that if you belong to a local team, it would be better to ride in your team kit on most of your rides to show the colors of your sponsors (give thanks to your sponsors who gives to the sport of cycling).
euanli said:Yeah the only team kit I have is T Mobile and I love wearing it. I've been tempted to get a Sky kit but that is more because I love the Three Stripes.