March 9, 2009

Fire Shaving: Not Safe For Monday Morning

I'm all for innovation and trying new things, but fire shaving? I don't know, man... Seems a little too far out. But hey, different strokes, right?

I think I'll stick with a razor any day over fire shaving...

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March 6, 2009

Friday Funnies: BeardHeads and the Handlebar Moustache Club

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The guys over at BeardHead have a product that'll let you enjoy the benefits of a beard without having to actually grow one:

Beard Head knit beard caps combine the comfort and warmth of a traditional knit cap with the amazing styling of having a massive beard and moustache growing on your face! What person could pass up the incredible opportunity to sport his or her very own beard! We know we couldn't!

Beard Head knit beard caps are one size fits (mostly) all, durable and machine washable! They are perfect for skiers, snowboarders, sports fans and people who enjoy all types outdoor activities!

The unique design of the Beard Head allows your entire face to remain warm, even in the harshest weather. Your chin, cheeks and upper lips will thank you as the Beard Head keeps them toasty warm!

And for a little taste of the eccentric moustache crowd, watch this quick Handlebar Moustache Club video:

Whaddya think? Is the handlebar coming back?

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February 25, 2009

Leg Shaving Advice For Cyclists

leg shaving cyclistsI love my bike. I ride it every day, and I take great pleasure from spinning down the road. I'm not a roadie, nor a mountain biker. I'm a bike commuter riding an old Trek road bike converted to a singlespeed.

When I found this amusing article on BikeRadar, I thought it was worth sharing:

As a cycling aficionado, you no are no doubt anxious to demonstrate your commitment to the sport, even when you are not on the bike.

"But how," I hear you ask, "can I show my absolute dedication to the cycling lifestyle, hopefully to the extent that my family, friends, and coworkers will begin to cast sidelong glances at me and eventually take me aside and tell me they're worried about the direction my life seems to be heading?"

The answer, it seems, is shaving your legs. Every other day.

"By shaving your legs, you are stating, unequivocally, that you are willing to spend an extra five minutes every other day with a razor, just so you can look like other cyclists."

And why would you need to shave your legs if you're a die-hard biker? You're just going to have to go read the whole article. It's a gas.

Leg Shaving Advice For Cyclists

Image: tandemracer at Flickr under CC License

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