or you forgot to put your bibs on?Jouko said:I was wearing my sausage suit (and Sorels) tonight as I took the recycling and the garbage to the curb post-indoor ride. The neighbour gave me a funny look.
I am looking a bit like a mis-shapen saugage at the moment, but the suits come out for a training trainer session these days. That's what's comfortable. So if you are insecure with your appearance in sausage suits, that's your deal and you needn't look for others to join you. It takes all kinds mate...Sausage suits, Baggy addicts, Cotton Junkies, Camelbak-Confused, and the completely f-ed up combo of any of the above are all welcome on the trails and appear to be co-existing quite successfully. Now dedicated Roadies in sausage suits that look down at mtb-ers, that's a whole different animal.Enduramil said:This is the place to post any incessant shingles producing racer hate drivel.
Tricks of the trainer...tdotrider said:I don't know how you guys can sit and spin on the trainer...closest thing I can get myself to do is join a spin class, feels better when others suffer with you...
Although this kicks a$$, it would drive me bonkers on the rollers. If I MUST (hail AND rain AND locusts falling from the sky) ride rollers, I have more fun if I'm watching Daily Planet! :thumbsup:JamieDavies said:Always a sausage suit, chamois butter, and heavy metal. band called All That Remains is doing it for me lately