New Zealand bar bans cyclists in lycra
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Mike Saunders, co-owner of the Plough Hotel, on why he has banned lycra

A bar in New Zealand has banned Lycra cycling shorts, apparently because of all the unsightly bumps and bulges on display by people wearing them.

Mike Saunders, co-owner of the Plough Hotel, told BBC Radio 5 live Daily's Adrian Chiles he wants his bar to be a family-friendly place.

He said: "We try and make sure all the people that come here, have the best experience they can. 99% of people don't want to see that".

  • 15 Apr 2016
  • From the section UK
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