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Date Posted: 12:15:17 08/27/04 Fri
Author: Muerdago
Subject: Re: Pro's don't like bracelets
In reply to: just sayin' 's message, "Re: Pro's don't like bracelets" on 16:37:51 08/26/04 Thu

I hear you and I admit that I exaggerate. It's just that as a non-racing American cycling fan I've become convinced over the years that the idiotic elitism, the overbearing tendancy of some obscure Cat 3 or 4 cyclists to "pull rank " in a cycling discussion, the endless litany of "fuck you Fred" and "you don't know shit about cycling" has guaranteed that cycling will never become even a minor sport herer in the U.S. I don't really care-- I love to see Americans do well in Europe where cycling has traditionaly a blue collar sport of the people. Let the California snot nosed punks ride endless boring crits--no one even knows that they're there.

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