Middle aged men in Lycra a term coined by leading market research firm Mintel.

Michael Oliver, who wrote the report, said: "Thirty or 40 years ago, people would ride a bike for economic reasons, but our research suggests that nowadays a bicycle is more a lifestyle addition, a way of demonstrating how affluent you are."

The research shows that growth in bike sales is being propelled by 35- to 45-year-old men with families, who instead of going off and buying a sports car as they approach middle age now go for high-end bike instead.
Spring will usually bring Mamils out of hibernation in search of fresh Lycra and carbon fiber - their staple diet.
Lycra is like Spandex in USA
CoolJulesによって 2010年10月04日(月)
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stands for, Middle Aged Man In Lycra. Refers too middle-aged cyclists, usually travel in packs.
"omg, look at that pack of mamils."
sjnvによって 2013年02月15日(金)
Middle Aged Man In Lycra. Basically describes mid aged men who go around in lycra. noice.
'ma dad has seriously dodge cycle gear'
mr p: 'is he a MAMIL?'
aebcによって 2010年10月05日(火)

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