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It’s a leap year, so it must be time for the Rat-lympics!

By johnboy - 10 July 2012 6

ratlympics poster

2humpZ has sent word that the Rat-lympics will be taking place on 11 August at Downer Oval.

If you’re interested in Canberra’s only truly worthwhile cycling subculture, or just like seeing people trying to do things on funny bikes, or just like beer, it will be well and truly worth checking out.

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6 Responses to
It’s a leap year, so it must be time for the Rat-lympics!
Jivrashia 2:19 pm 07 Aug 12

Limp Jimmy said :

I will no doubt be wearing my weight-lifting lycra for this event.

Isn’t that, like, one of Borat’s favourite outfit? Is it even legal??

johnboy 2:08 pm 07 Aug 12

This weekend!

johnboy 4:09 pm 10 Jul 12

observe the tongue planted deep within cheek

Limp Jimmy 4:03 pm 10 Jul 12

I liked the other (classical-stylee) 2012 poster much better. This is how we did Rat ‘Lympics in 2008: http://www.rat-patrol.org/RPOz/rides/ratLympics2008.html

I hardly think many Rat Patrollians in Oz think of themselves as being in a worthwhile cycling sub-culture… afterall, we are a drinking club with a bike problem rather than the other way around.

I will no doubt be wearing my weight-lifting lycra for this event.

Nevermind the sports crap, will Rat Patrol Oz be appearing at Corinbank Take Two in November…???

kevn 3:25 pm 10 Jul 12

Obviously designing ‘crazzzzzy’ bikes uses a different part of the brain to designing a decet poster.

patrick_keogh 12:38 pm 10 Jul 12

Canberra’s cycling subcultures come in two varieties: those that see themselves as the “only truly worthwhile cycling subculture” and those that don’t.

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