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8 Cycling Pieces Every Woman Should Own

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8 Cycling Pieces Every Woman Should Own

1. Knicks that Fit Great If you haven't ridden bikes in a while - or even if you have - knicks are incredibly important to a comfy ride. Not only are they literally the closest things to your most sensitive areas, they are also the only thing between a great bike ride with friends, and feeling as though you've been horse riding bareback for roughly 3 weeks. There are lots of articles about how to choose the right knicks for you (read ours here), but the essentials are that they should be: - Tight fitting - High quality in the...

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Leave The House... Without Your Underwear

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Leave The House... Without Your Underwear

Just a quick #chicktip today! We're going to talk knicks, going commando, and lady parts. Who's in?? It's a strange thing, as a woman, to forego underwear - in almost any situation. Britney Spears and LIndsay Lohan taught us, if anything, that if you go without, you will be caught out. Plus, it just feels weird, squishy and moist (that word we all love). (Men, I think, are a bit more used to 'freedom' down there, and seem to do it often enough under shorts, and even jeans - omg could you imagine aaaahhhhhhhhhhhhhhh!!!) When I first started riding, I...

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Product Review: Camelbak Palos (Waist Pack)

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Product Review: Camelbak Palos (Waist Pack)

Is it a drink bottle? Is it a waist trainer?? It’s not a complete and total surprise, but I’m crap at packing. I always think I’ve got it all nailed, even did a sneaky Instagram flat lay for all of the stuff I intended to bring over riding in Crankworx… and forgot that I packed my Nukeproof Mega enduro (bro) bike, complete with 6″ of travel, a wicked head angle – and no bottle cages. Uh oh. Both being mountain bikers, my man and I have more than enough hydration packs at home. I wasn’t keen to add another to...

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