rubicon n. [roo-bi-kon]: point of no return; to commit oneself irrevocably to some course of action
“As any time trialist or cyclocross racer will tell you, once you’ve donned a full body suit you’ve officially crossed the rubicon of bike dorkitude.” – Spoils of Victory: Jousting with Legitimacy
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