Everyone who has ever bike raced in Asia has heard this term at least once. 'The phrase is often described as "the hardest to translate well" to English, but has the literal meaning of to "add oil" in Hong Kong English. It is commonly believed that the term originated from first being used at the Macau Grand Prix during the 1960s, where it was a euphemistic cheer by supporters urging the driver to "put more oil into it/step on the gas" during the racing competition to encourage them to speed/accelerate faster.'
Tall bold knit sock.
Performance Cycling Sock from AntiDrag:
Superior elastic weave knit structure for that perfect fit
and feel against the skin.
Special venting and moisture removal weaving.
Seamless toe against irritation
Available in size One Size Fits All (eur size 38 to 47) comfort fit.
Compositions & Structure:
Machine wash at 40 degrees
Wash inside out
Do not tumble dry, do not iron, do not bleach, do not dry clean
Wash the socks with similar colors
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