Tyberious Funk wrote:My commute is pretty short... I'm estimating around 5km (each way), but I'm not sure. That's still potentially 50km a week. Unforunately I'm not riding in to work because there aren't any shower facilities.
As soon as you feel a sweat while riding to work, it's time to shed some clothing.
Scootergirl wrote:As soon as you feel a sweat while riding to work, it's time to shed some clothing.
mmm......this could be interesting when I ride - just how far do you take it?
Getting a bit sweaty - OK off with the jacket..... yep, sweating again - arm warmers off........oops, another bead of sweat - jersey off & I'm down to the crop top............ let's hope I'm at work by now!
Could end up with me riding along in the nude
Scootergirl wrote:just to spoil your theory Ghostgum I can be cold (and cycling in cold conditions) and STILL sweat like a trooper - go figure!
That's where Lycra kicks in. My limited exerience is that even though you've got a sweat up, it evaporates very quickly.Tyberious Funk wrote:You're not the only one! My breath can be frosting, but my shirt still soaked in sweat!
I just put it down to being unfit.
Euan wrote:Less of the bogotry please.
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