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ginsterdrzginsterdrz Posts: 114
edited May 2012 in Pro race
Can't believe Brailsford allows him to wear such a mop. Surely it's worth .07 of a second per mile?
Or is it a wig he sneaks on out of sight having removed the Kask?
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  • rick_chaseyrick_chasey Posts: 49,428 Lives Here
    ginsterdrz wrote:
    Can't believe Brailsford allows him to wear such a mop. Surely it's worth .07 of a second per mile?
    Or is it a wig he sneaks on out of sight having removed the Kask?

    Normally shaves it for the Tour doesn't he?

    Kind of 'get ready for it' haircut?

    To be honest, and Fignon might not agree, if you lose the Tour because of your haircut you don't deserve to win the Tour.
  • Maybe he's waiting until the day before the first mountain stage at the tour. He'll shave it all off and the weight difference will be like going from winter bike to summer bike.
  • PeteMadocPeteMadoc Posts: 2,666
    Maybe he's waiting until the day before the first mountain stage at the tour. He'll shave it all off and the weight difference will be like going from winter bike to summer bike.

    :lol: just spat my sandwich out :lol:
  • emaddenemadden Posts: 2,431
    Im definitely signing up... I was thinking that the guy looks like a pure muppet.... So i did a search for "hairy muppet" and guess what i found....


    haha!




    scroll down.....









    scroll down more........












    just a bit more.........





    ha!









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    Ok, dont want to hijack this important thread... Yes Wiggo looks a state and he needs to fix his image (and learn either how to put back on a dropped chain, to change gears, or to ride a fixie)
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  • On_WhatOn_What Posts: 516
    NO DONT DO IT! It looks awesome
  • cogidubnuscogidubnus Posts: 860
    It will be shaved for the tour as always
  • Ron StuartRon Stuart Posts: 1,242
    This may help
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  • sportvansportvan Posts: 105
    Wiggo looks like Wurzel Gummidge
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  • Gazzetta67Gazzetta67 Posts: 2,006
    Forget about the haircut...... I wish he`d wear traditional white socks instead - those long black socks look ridiculous.
  • Ron StuartRon Stuart Posts: 1,242
    Gazzetta67 wrote:
    Forget about the haircut...... I wish he`d wear traditional white socks instead - those long black socks look ridiculous.

    Your not the guy looking at his socks here are you?
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  • rick_chaseyrick_chasey Posts: 49,428 Lives Here
    Well, we know what my mum says about black socks...
  • cogidubnuscogidubnus Posts: 860
    What's that Rick?
  • greasedscotsmangreasedscotsman Posts: 7,224
    Well, we know what my mum says about black socks...

    That socks are for putting on your feet, not stuffing down the front of your trousers?
  • cogidubnuscogidubnus Posts: 860
    lol I enjoyed that thread, cheers Rick
  • ms_treems_tree Posts: 1,405
    I think all you who don't like his hair probably haven't got any!
    'Google can bring back a hundred thousand answers. A librarian can bring you back the right one.'
    Neil Gaiman
  • cougiecougie Posts: 22,512
    Typical cyclists. We get a genuine chance of winning the tour and we complain about his hair ?

    It seems to be working for him anyway ? Leave well alone I say !
  • ddraverddraver Posts: 20,219
    edited May 2012
    I'd just go typical English really cougie....to whit Cavendish, Andy Murry amongst others

    We only like sportsmen that lose -hence the love for Tim Henman, the England football team etc!
    We're in danger of confusing passion with incompetence
    - @ddraver
  • big_pbig_p Posts: 566
    i seem remember some journalist type asking him about his hair a few years ago, and him mouthing the words "f*&K off" under his breath.

    i think it looks just fine, i see him out training a fair bit around chorley and leyland, it's not like it's the first thing you notice about him.
  • greasedscotsmangreasedscotsman Posts: 7,224
    Hold on, are people taking this thread seriously?
  • TusherTusher Posts: 2,762
    But of course
  • SecteurSecteur Posts: 1,971
    makes th
  • greasedscotsmangreasedscotsman Posts: 7,224
    Tusher wrote:
    But of course

    Oh right, just checking...
  • MSByrneMSByrne Posts: 52
    I think it's cool, when he was riding in Romandie it was like a statement "F**k you all, I can win even with this mop".
    And yeah, Paul Weller...
  • Ron StuartRon Stuart Posts: 1,242
    Does anyone think that Paul Weller would ' wannabe ' be like Bradley, I'm sure he would like to be his age again but could there be more :?:
  • Ron StuartRon Stuart Posts: 1,242
    Ron Stuart wrote:
    Does anyone think that Paul Weller would ' wannabe ' be like Bradley, I'm sure he would like to be his age again but could there be more :?:

    Maybe this is a hint.... http://www.betterbybike.info/cycling-vi ... le-council
    :o
  • No_Ta_DoctorNo_Ta_Doctor Posts: 9,851
    More power to the mop-head imo.

    Bet you lot would all have been telling Fignon to chop his ponytail off.
    “Road racing was over and the UCI had banned my riding positions on the track, so it was like ‘Jings, crivvens, help ma Boab, what do I do now? I know, I’ll go away and be depressed for 10 years’.”

    @DrHeadgear

    The Vikings are coming!
  • greasedscotsmangreasedscotsman Posts: 7,224
    Bet you lot would all have been telling Fignon to chop his ponytail off.

    Yes, of course. Didn't he lose the Tour in '89 because of it?
  • jimmythecuckoojimmythecuckoo Posts: 4,434
    Marginal gains, ride the line and all that...

    Get that barnet cut Bradley please.
  • Let him have a bubble perm if he likes, as long as he wins a grand tour.
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