I've lost my tan lines - am I still a cyclist? .๐Ÿ˜‚

If tanlines usually identify anonymous cyclists from each other, what gives away the indoor cyclist?

Iโ€™m asking not to poke fun at anyone (us?)โ€ฆ But there must be some tell tale signs!!?

If you live somewhere where thereโ€™s terrible winter weather, the indoor cyclist will be the one who shows up to the first race in spring and destroys the field with their fitness.

At least thatโ€™s what Iโ€™m telling myself while sat on the turbo!



โ€ฆand maybe comes in a TrainerRoad kit!

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Iโ€™m rocking the hair shorts all year round if that counts lol

Not me in the photo, but you get the idea!

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I just started laughing out loud at work :joy:


Coffee just came out of my nose! :rofl::rofl::rofl::rofl::rofl::rofl:

I heard this yesterday from another MTB guyโ€ฆ " Damn, been inside riding for so long my legs are whiter than my underwear"

THAT is funny right there! Thank you for the laugh!

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I must admit I havenโ€™t had a tan line since probably the 1990s. Iโ€™m simply scared of skin cancer and use sun screen quite liberally. I know too many people hit with skin cancer. Cyclists.

When it comes to legs, arenโ€™t the typical tribe symbols shaved legs and visible veins due to <10% body fat?


either that or chronic dehydration. Take your pick.

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It just looks so wrong :see_no_evil::rofl::rofl::rofl::rofl::rofl: