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I just had to share this with all my board friends....(21 posts)

I just had to share this with all my board friends....rollo tommassi
Aug 7, 2001 12:32 PM
For those who had questions about 'how do they do it' during the Tour:
Forget long days in the saddle.mike mcmahon
Aug 7, 2001 12:41 PM
I'm getting this for the next Dodger game. I can drink 6 or 7 beers at the stadium and won't miss any of the game. ;-)
but what about La Grand Boucle?Jack S
Aug 7, 2001 12:41 PM
or the Giro d'Italia Femminile? the races aren't that short...
Got ya coveredMel Erickson
Aug 7, 2001 1:34 PM
re: I just had to share this with all my board friends....Lardog
Aug 7, 2001 12:45 PM
LOLOL. Yeah, this thing is great. No one will care what that tube shooting out of your Castellis and strapped to your leg is. Nice change of tan line too. Just one recommendation, stap the pee container to the outside of your ankle or you'll pop it on the chainring!
Just use an old bottle -- no one has to know! nmmr_spin
Aug 7, 2001 12:47 PM
"Hi big guy, is that an "ezleaker " you're waearing?"look271
Aug 7, 2001 12:53 PM
"Or are you just happy to see me?" Sorry, couldn't resist!
Oops, "wearing"! (nm)look271
Aug 7, 2001 12:54 PM
Aug 7, 2001 12:57 PM
Sort of Camelbak for the other end, I'd say. Hmm - combine both, maybe a recirculating device -- remember Dune????????

Too Funny...............................(nm)Mike K
Aug 7, 2001 1:29 PM
ROTFLMAO!! nmrollo tommassi
Aug 7, 2001 2:30 PM
Oh, dear, a Sci-Fi fan, too?Humma Hah
Aug 7, 2001 8:28 PM
Water tasted funny to me for a month after I read Dune.
Oh, dear, a Sci-Fi fan, too?rollo tommassi
Aug 7, 2001 10:01 PM
actually, more like The Rat Patrol - a desert closer to home.

It amazes me how 'close' some of us 'board mice are yet in truth only fibre-optically connected...
Riged properly...Kristin
Aug 7, 2001 1:37 PM
...this baby could give you an advantage at the races. Just run the hose down to the rear hub.
Of course, that eliminates the possibility of drafting!! (nm)Cima Coppi
Aug 7, 2001 2:37 PM
I was thinking more that it would eliminate being drafted (nm)Kristin
Aug 8, 2001 7:12 AM
Does it come in extra large? (nm)Pack Meat
Aug 7, 2001 2:25 PM
Don't you know what this means?P. Stooks
Aug 7, 2001 3:35 PM
Bicycling aspects aside,think about the long trips in the car with the kids!! No more "I gotta go potty".

I my college days, I used to drive my old Fiat from Laramie WY to Philly to see the folks. I usually did it straight through with only minor food, COFFEE, and "personal breaks". I'll bet I could beat my old record time of 25 1/2 hours with this product.
Associated with this product?Snyderman
Aug 7, 2001 3:41 PM
The one you posted is for the rider, here's one for the crew to
use when following you on those extra long rides:

Hein Verbruggen and the UCI respondpeloton
Aug 7, 2001 5:20 PM
Today the ezleaker was banned from all UCI events by Hein Vergruggen and the UCI committee. Verbruggen stated "It is just too easy to win when you don't have to pee!" Further comments elaborated on how the greats of the past didn't need ezleakers to attain their goals. Bikes should look like they did in the past before technology, and riders should still have to stop to pee.

Cinelli is planning on releasing a line of t-shirts with the "Legalize Ezleaker" slogan on the back.

UCI medical control staff also expressed regret at the decision stating that it was far easier to get post race urine sample when the racers had a bag of piss strapped to their leg.

Leave it to the UCI to keep us from using any new technology.
Yeah, but...Lazy
Aug 7, 2001 6:52 PM
you could test the EZ leaker equipped racer for EPO and the like while they were actually riding!

UCI is really missing the boat on this one. Sheesh.