So under that assumption, I am going to talk some Tour De France tech real quick. A cool thing about this race is that sponsors see the value in going above and beyond, and because of that riders often receive new bikes. Then media-outlets such as Cyclingnews and Velonews do bike profiles where people like me can notice things like how Phillipe Gilbert's big ring is worn down and his little ring appears brand new, aka he is way to manly for the little ring.
|Two lions of Luxembourg as well as two hammers, representing Frank and Andy Schleck.|
|A bit more fancy then a name sticker|
Fabian's bike is the steed for a gladiator. Players play, and in terms of bike-swag, Fabian is winning.
First, your name shall not be used. A name represents a person; someone capable of feeling pain, cracking under pressure, mortgages, and potential comparisons. A nickname eliminates that, and instead of making Fabian seem human (HA!), it represents what he is: A machine.
How could someone who doesn't feel pain roll easily without branded tires?
And finally, some form of weapon with your lucky numbers on it leading the way.
So cool! Fabian's got it made, and I figured since he is a Bicycle-thug and can hold 1000 watts for probably 13 minutes, I should try and see if there is a way that I can mimic this in order to become an apprentice bicycle-thug!
A Crane of Dynamite- that's primal!
Other ways for bicycle-thugging = commuting in style
I love this time of year!Tweet