#dontbesucharoadie

Postby Scotty on Sat 26/Mar/16 7:01am

After a long ride to the cafe on my Pina, there's nothing quite as enriching as sitting around in my favourite obscure European road team's lycra, sipping wine from my PBK wine glasses and enjoying the wookie-proof velvet finish while experiencing the introverted cilantro undertones entangled in a 2003 Pinot Noir.
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Re: #dontbesucharoadie

Postby Kev on Sat 26/Mar/16 7:36am

So, what sort of beverage containers are considered acceptable with dyed in the wool MTB riders?

a) Pewter mugs (good enough for vikings and hipsters)
b) sippy cups (stops spills and shows that I am still a child, emotionally)
c) Nothing. (I only drink homebrew/craft beer straight from the bottle it was fermented in)
d) coffee mug (I can't afford/keep breaking anything glass)
e) whatever I can steal from the pub
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Re: #dontbesucharoadie

Postby dwgknz on Sat 26/Mar/16 8:14am

f) mason jars
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Re: #dontbesucharoadie

Postby Scotty on Sat 26/Mar/16 8:37am

I guess if you were looking for a dirtbag comparison it'd be something like CRC selling generic beer glasses from which to drink stuff like Garage Project. :rolleyes:

Seriously though, generic wine glasses on a bike site? I'd kinda understand if they had some sort of branding on them, like this: http://www.stif.co.uk/mtb/product/santa ... lass/12635

...and because it has santa cruz on it they can charge a lot more for it. :sly:
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Re: #dontbesucharoadie

Postby EoinC on Sat 26/Mar/16 9:05am

g)
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Re: #dontbesucharoadie

Postby Scotty on Sat 26/Mar/16 11:30am

Can't find 'em on CRC, Wigs or T7. Soz. :lol:
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Re: #dontbesucharoadie

Postby Rik on Sat 26/Mar/16 6:21pm

I use one of these
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makes it MUCH easier to grab out of the bottle cage
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Re: #dontbesucharoadie

Postby philstar on Sun 27/Mar/16 3:20am

EoinC wrote:g)
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isn't that B)
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Re: #dontbesucharoadie

Postby el_booto on Sun 27/Mar/16 7:31am

Scotty wrote:I guess if you were looking for a dirtbag comparison it'd be something like CRC selling generic beer glasses from which to drink stuff like Garage Project. :rolleyes:

Seriously though, generic wine glasses on a bike site? I'd kinda understand if they had some sort of branding on them, like this: http://www.stif.co.uk/mtb/product/santa ... lass/12635

...and because it has santa cruz on it they can charge a lot more for it. :sly:



I have a bunch of park/ck/yeti and fox ones like those...
Also have park and fox coffee mugs

I must look at getting a couple of the spun stainless pint glasses for backcountry trips, drinking straight from a 2l mini keg gets a little tedious and the glass ones are heavy AF
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Re: #dontbesucharoadie

Postby Velocipedestrian on Sun 27/Mar/16 8:34am

Vital has the Dirtbags covered, as usual.
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Re: #dontbesucharoadie

Postby dwgknz on Sun 27/Mar/16 2:06pm

Velocipedestrian wrote:Vital has the Dirtbags covered, as usual.


handjobs come pre-equipped (this is an unternet photo I was too lazy to go to the garage)

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