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Old 02-16-07, 02:08 PM   #1
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Cyclists in a hot tub, post ride?

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Old 02-16-07, 02:10 PM   #2
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That's what showers are for!
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Most of the people reading this are hot and sweaty and naked right now.
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Old 02-16-07, 02:13 PM   #4
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I'm gonna go ride my trainer and then hop in the hot tub!





Urm. Day-um. I forgot. I don't have a hot tub. <note to self, purchase and install hot tub, invite Foo>

Guess I'll just settle for a hot shower with an ice-cold Stella.
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Old 02-16-07, 02:15 PM   #5
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I don't know man, you talk about stellas so much VV. I kind of want to have one. What does it taste like?
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I am going to ride my trainer as well then get a jet tub bath to relax then do some framing then I don't know what! If I had a hot tub I would bathe first then get in to relax.

Not so gross to me..............as long as it was me and all ladies
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Old 02-16-07, 02:28 PM   #7
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Besides... people have been doing this after a hard day's skiing for years and years. I never caught anything!
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Just do not try and picture it thats all.
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I don't think it sounds too bad, but I guess it depends on the people you are sharing a tub with.
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Why wait until post ride to get in the tub?

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Old 02-16-07, 04:20 PM   #11
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That's what showers are for!
I dunno. Depending on how many people Bgurl is riding with, it might get pretty cramped.

I'd suggest the hot tub. I'd also suggest not wearing clothes at all in the hot tub, as that's what traps a lot of the minerals left behind from evaporating sweat, as well as all that smelly bacteria.

Oh, and if the woman:man ration is above 1:1, pictures would be welcome. Especially after the first few bottles of wine are consumed.
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Sounds like something bf and I do alot!!
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Bunch of hot sweaty people in a tub!
Seriously...

This might already be my favorite thread of the month.
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Doesn't the heat in the water kill anything that might be undesirable anyway?
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Seriously...

This IS favorite thread of the month.
Bunch of hot sweaty teenage cheerleader zombie ninjas in a tub!
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Old 02-16-07, 04:26 PM   #17
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Doesn't the heat in the water kill anything that might be undesirable anyway?
hot water will not even phase a teenage cheerleader zombie ninja.
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Doesn't the heat in the water kill anything that might be undesirable anyway?
I believe most bacteria can survive up to the boiling point of water.

Aren't hot tubs chemically treated to prevent the growth of bacteria, anyway?
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I believe most bacteria can survive up to the boiling point of water.

Aren't hot tubs chemically treated to prevent the growth of bacteria, anyway?

Yeah, I would imagine the chemicals would do the trick.

Hot Springs out in nature, however, might have enough minerals present to inhibit bacteria growth.
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Hot Springs out in nature, however, might have enough minerals present to inhibit bacteria growth.
I think volume would also have a bit to do with it. A hot spring is constantly refreshed and can't really build up a bacteria colony under normal circumstances, I would guess. A hot tub, on the other hand, is a closed system and could quickly become a cell-culture unless maintained. I know my parents' pool will sometimes turn bright green with algae overnight after a heavy rain. That's considerably larger than a hot tub.

But, anyway, weren't we talking about sweaty naked people in a tub?
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I think volume would also have a bit to do with it. A hot spring is constantly refreshed and can't really build up a bacteria colony under normal circumstances, I would guess. A hot tub, on the other hand, is a closed system and could quickly become a cell-culture unless maintained. I know my parents' pool will sometimes turn bright green with algae overnight after a heavy rain. That's considerably larger than a hot tub.

But, anyway, weren't we talking about sweaty naked people in a tub?
Ahhhh good point! It's always better out in nature.

Yes. Hot, naked, wet people. (They aren't sweaty anymore since the water washed it away.) Time to break out the champagne!
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Got all sweaty on the trainer, and then enjoyed my hot shower and ice-cold Stella.

Um, even if it was...alone!





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MMmmmm stella.. i'll be enjoying some pre-birthday stella tonight
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My hottub is open. Ladies only
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