Wednesday, February 22, 2006
For those about to rock we salute you!
How cool is it that at least two pro cyclists are proudly sporting the mullet these days?
Take these two for example:
Viatcheslav Ekimov's Neck Drape
Laurent Brochard's Mullet (don't pronounce the 't' to get a French effect - like 'moo-lay')
Why is this phenomenon occurring? Does winter cycling make the neck cold? And furthermore, what would a cycling-specific mullet be called? Is there some aerodynamic advantage I'm not aware of when the hair in the back is longer than the hair in the front?