Offering exclusive content not available on Pornhub. Please Sign In. Login or Sign Up now to post a comment!
Last week I peed all over myself in the name of studying climate change in Alaska. Gender barriers in science don't always take an obvious form, and they get especially perilous in below-zero temperatures. If we continue ignoring those additional challenges by striving for equality instead of equity, the barriers will persist.
It is a complete pain in the backside. The joys and pitfalls of wearing bibshorts. With so many complaints from women regarding this problem, brands have now started to stand up and take notice.
Men have an easier task of just… well, you know. A brief survey of a few outspoken pro women netted some serious opinions, as did an open question to our female readers. Surprisingly, most of the pros with whom we spoke said that their method of peeing on the bike was to stop, drop, and go. They mentioned full-zip jerseys with stunning frequency.
While I was riding out this morning, I suddenly realized how great it is to be able to train with leg wamers. And not with long winter pants. Yes, us women do pee while out training.
Looking for funny gifts for men? Or perhaps you suffer from embarrassing splashes on your trousers! Sometimes no matter how well you jiggle and shake, you still end up with a crotch that looks like an ink blotch test after taking a leak.
Obviously, considering a certain expected amount of exertion, sweat takes care of a lot of fluid intake — but with long stages and the need to stay hydrated of paramount importance, sometimes a rider is going to have to take a leak. So how do they do it? The answer is the question is that, unsurprisingly, peeing is a rather personal thing — and different riders take different approaches.
When you buy something using the retail links in our stories, we may earn a small commission. Outside does not accept money for editorial gear reviews. Read more about our policy. But when I first tried bibs, I hated them.
Forum Rules. Get the latest roadbike reviews, news, race results, and much more by signing up for the Roadbikereview Newsletter. Login Register.