Patrick Dempsey Criticized Over Biking Attire

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Patrick Dempsey pays the price for wearing Spandex pants when he cycles around his Los Angeles neighborhood, according to the New York Post.

"I get a lot of crap for it. In Hollywood circles, certainly, but my wife laughs at me as I walk out in my garb," the handsome Grey's Anatomy star confesses in next month's Bicycling magazine (click here for the cover photo).

"So I get a hard time at home in the house," the Enchanted and Made of Honor actor adds. "And then I go out and the paparazzi gives it to me, too."

Hey, you've got to be comfortable when riding that thing... even if you get a hard time over it. Here's a nice photo of Patrick Dempsey. Spandex not included.

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i think he looks rather hot in spandex. he looks hot in anthing. =]

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id like to see him in anything. hes way hott!

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he looks good in everything so i dont know why they would make fun of him. Real men wear spandex haha

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he's hot in anything

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