I truly have Bikers Butt. Saddle Ass. Bruised Bike Butt Bone. Whatever you call it... I have it!
We rode 33 miles today in the flipping wind. For most of our trip "there" the wind was against us. We fought it uphill and downhill. When you go downhill you try to get as much speed as you can to push you up the next hill but today we couldn't get much speed built up because even on the "down" we were fighting the wind. So, the "ups" were HELL. One hill I almost climbed off my bike and walked it up.
We managed to increase our average speed... even with fighting the elements! Yeah!
I read online how to take care of your Saddle Ass. Put like Dr Scholls corn cushions on your Biker Butt the next time you ride, and it will help take pressure off that bone.
LMAO! Yeah, right.
Monday, May 05, 2008
We rode 27.8 miles yesterday! We could have gone alot farther, but I had to pee like no other... so we came back to the JEEP. I feel bikebutt coming on but we're still hitting the pavement this afternoon. Although cycling is alot of work... especially those darn UP hills, it makes you feel so good and in the end its a fantastic accomplishment! The burn is awesome! Your muscles in your legs and butt ache, but it's a good ache!