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Manly Cyclist Things: Colour Coordination

Manly Cyclist Things is back with another post, and this time it is to illustrate the importance for men on bicycles to plan ahead and ensure that they train in the right cycling clothing, so that when it matters, your cycling outfit of the day is colour co-ordinated and all of the creases have been steamed out.

Any man can claim they don’t care how they look. It takes a real man to take manly pride in how he looks, whether that is on the bike or off the bike.

Our collection of cycling clothing is always evolving, and we are updating it every day to refine the lines of clothing we have. This means that we will have have the full range of colours available in each brand and model of cycling clothing. It’s not quite there yet, but we’re getting closer and closer each day.

The reason we’re doing this is so that we can bring you the best cycling clothing available in the UK. We’re also doing it to bring you cycling clothing that will make other cyclists jealous of how you look. It will also help you court potential partners as they admire you and how great you look in your colour co-ordinated cycling clothing.

 

As always, Manly Cyclist Things looks at the misunderstood areas of cycling and discusses why they’re truly important in ways that those who don’t cycle as seriously, understand. The reason that colour co-ordination is so important is as follows: cycling is one half sport, one half beauty competition, and one half maths. Simple.

So in order to become a real cyclist, if you’re no already doing the following, then here are the steps:

  1. Plug in your steaming machine
  2. Dig to the bottom of your drawer(s) of cycling clothing
  3. Put together the best outfit that you can
  4. Take a photo of yourself in the mirror
  5. Post the photo to instagram
  6. Turn on Strava
  7. Head out on the road and show everyone how great you look in your best cycling outfit

So there you have it, how to be a manly cyclist.