26 Sep '13, 8pm

I think I'll stick to running. #ow

I am really, really glad you put out posts like this out. I knew very few female cyclists when I first started out, and the hubby (who’s an ex-pro) can only offer so much advice until it’s clear I need to seek out my own kind for these types of things. Saddle sores are the main reason my bike is still sitting in storage. I would occasionally get mad chafing back when I was racing. I would put off showering after my ride because that’s when you find out what all went wrong. If I want to get back into cycling again, I’m sure I’ll need a new saddle and bike fit since I’ll be coming back after baby and who knows where everything’s settled by now. One thing hubby did tell me that I actually listened to is to prevent gnarly things from happening, change out of your wet chamios immediately after getting off the bike. Hanging out in your kit post-race is apparently a pro faux pas....

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