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Reader: If people like to see drunk cyclists, Cruisers are made for TV

The Denver Cruisers were out in force last night, for a "retro ski wear" ride that could be featured on an It's Five O'Clock Somewhere, the pilot for a Travel Channel show hosted by Bert Kreischer.

But is the Cruiser Ride ready for prime time?

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Says Jordana:

If the general public demands to see drunk cyclists in goofy attire and crashing into each other, then yes, Cruisers are made for TV.
Would you join a Denver Cruisers ride? Would you watch them on TV? Post your thoughts below.

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