Cycling UFO

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} catch(err) {} While trying to clean out my fabric stash, I found a navy pair of long cycling nixs, cut to size and ready to sew up. This morning during my Sunday morning training ride, I realised my faithful Brian Rochford cycling longs had become very thin and I could really feel the cold.
I used the overlocker for the side seams and to add the elastic to the waistband and a 4.0 twin needle for the leg and waist hems. So now I can lay my faithful Brian Rochford longs to rest. These were never designed for cycling and Brian Rochford went out of business years ago, so that tells you how long I’ve relied on these during my winter cycling rides. PS: The Olympic mens road race was great to watch and now the womens road race is even better with the weather closing in on them. They really are inspiring.

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