Can we have a Leisure cycling section?

rumbataz
rumbataz Posts: 796
I'm sure there are plenty of cyclists who are purely leisure riders. They don't commute, go racing, mountain biking, etc., and they don't take cycling too seriously. It's a hobby for them and they like to polish their bikes more than ride them and attach nice accessories to them. For them, bike aesthetics is more important than saving weight.

So, with this in mind, can we a Leisure section please?

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  • mrfpb
    mrfpb Posts: 4,569
    +1 :D
  • daniel_b
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  • rumbataz wrote:
    I'm sure there are plenty of cyclists who are purely leisure riders. They don't commute, go racing, mountain biking, etc., and they don't take cycling too seriously. It's a hobby for them and they like to polish their bikes more than ride them and attach nice accessories to them. For them, bike aesthetics is more important than saving weight.

    So, with this in mind, can we a Leisure section please?

    You just want an excuse to post pictures of that new bike of yours with the Brooks sprung saddle, mudguards and rack 8)
  • You just want an excuse to post pictures of that new bike of yours with the Brooks sprung saddle, mudguards and rack 8)

    :mrgreen:

    'Nowt wrong with bike pr0n, mate!
  • cooldad
    cooldad Posts: 32,599
    There are whole forums for rubbish bikes.

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