Nice cap Ride and only $15 (model not included). I must admit she looks a little uncomfortable in it. It is sort of sitting on top of her head but nevertheless one for the list..!
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#1 by Gemma on June 18, 2010 - 10:39 pm
Cycling Caps when worn in euro style are supposed to be perched like that!
How to Wear a Cycling Cap & some Rules of the Euro Cyclist
“15. When riding, sans helmet (with short hair), a team issue cycling cap (white in colour), shall be worn. The bill shall remain in the downward position at all times. The cycling cap may be worn forwards or backwards to coincide with the specifics of one’s current hairstyle. During spring training, cycling toques shall be worn at all times in place of caps.”
As noted above, there are only two acceptable placements of a cotton cycling cap (exception when hat is worn under helmet during inclement weather, which must include sustained rain showers):
* Brim facing forward, with cap worn high on head.
* Brim facing rearward, with cap still worn high on head.
Under no circumstances should cap be pulled down onto head such that the hat band comes within 2cm of the top of your ear! It should be perched precariously on top at all times, in danger of being blown away like a wispy climber on Mt. Ventoux…
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