I went to a conference last week at which I was offered the chance to wear an ankle-to-head blue lycra super suit for 45 minutes, in return for which $450 would be donated to the Starlight Foundation.

It was a no-brainer, so I did it. But to my surprise the company concerned gave me the super suit.
So I am now the proud owner of one super suit.
Now ... there's a certain inevitability that I will wear it again. The kids think the idea of "Captain Super Dad" is pretty funny.
What I am trying to figure out, however, is how to suppress my instinct to be an idiot and take the suit to the track. The imp of the perverse is speaking to me very loudly about this, but I suspect my reputation as a cyclist would head in exactly the wrong direction if I can't stop myself from being silly.

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Comment by Paul on March 10, 2008 at 5:27pm
Were these suits left over from the Liberal Party's election campaign? I guess not because everyone is pointing in roughly the same direction. I think you should wear it on the train. It'll be ok, with that mask nobody will recognise you. Trust me.
Comment by Simon Sharwood on March 10, 2008 at 5:36pm
They were left over from the launch of the Intel Core 2 Duo.
Comment by Adrian on March 10, 2008 at 6:18pm
Super suit will go down well at the track. But it should be reserved for flying 200s, me think.
Comment by Simon Sharwood on March 10, 2008 at 7:58pm
That's no optical illusion. That's a pair of socks.


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