It was a sweaty, moist day in the saddle and the breath-ability of the shorts worked in my favor, never feeling swampy. Around the 80 mile mark I typically get achy and start to shift around in the saddle to find a position that does not offend the nethers. But it occurred to me that I was not doing that. At all. I was just sitting and pedaling, still happy after 5 hours in the saddle. Excellent.
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Spring Clothing Roundup: Reggie, Assos, Castelli- by Grannygear Well, we are enjoying an actual spring in Southern California with a good amount of green grass remaining, flowers even, with bits of rain here and there. Cloudy and cool has been the norm punctuated with mild, sunny days. Glorious. Last year we were well into the […]
Danny Shane Cycling Clothing: Quick Review- by Grannygear “Danny who?” That was my response to a request for us to review some cycling clothing by a company called Danny Shane. I had not heard of them, but It turns out I have been missing some fine clothing with a mix of bold fashion, high function, […]
Sportful Giara Collection: Gravel Based, Italian Styled- Quick Review by Grannygear We had a chance to get some rides in the latest line of clothing from the Italian maker, Sportful. I first saw that brand in shops while taking a cycling vacation in Tuscany and I recognized the quality and style typical of Italian cycling […]
GORE Windstopper Kit: Quick Review- by Grannygear I am pedaling on what is pretty much flat ground; maybe the slightest of uphills. I have two cogs to go before I am in my lowest gear on the gravel bike, which is a 36/36. The wind is hard at my face; a cold biting wind that […]