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Old 07-03-02, 02:35 PM   #1
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My biggest achievement on the bike yet...

No, this is isn't about a longest milage or highest climb.

Actually it was on one of my shorter routes.

I was 30 K from home, then Mr. Die-re-hia payed a unwelcome visit.

I still had an elevation of 600 meters to climb. But there I was. Alone, and no other solution than to pedal forward. Pain in the intestine.

ANd yes, poop in my shorts.

Made it, proud of it.

Hey, I'm a lone rider, I got no one else to share these stories with.
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Old 07-03-02, 02:37 PM   #2
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Thank you for that, Amir.
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Old 07-03-02, 02:39 PM   #3
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Well, I don't know too many people that will ride with people who has poop in their short.

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Oh gosh, thats nasty!
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to much information
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Amir, Thanks for sharing your enthuiasm for hill climbing. Almost been there . Done that myself. Unfortunately, I didn't have your dedication and determination to finish the climb; I stopped, took care of business and then went up the hill. Of course, I ride mostly in the country surrounded by trees and am easily persuaded that if Bears can do it, so can I.
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oh, amir....what were you.....raised by beavers or something?! hahaha...

i think we found a new catch phrase to replace....'does a bear sh$^ in the woods?'
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Well, well, the sequel to the 'peeing off your bike' thread....

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Old 07-03-02, 06:08 PM   #9
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Funny, it only seems to happen to me just after I arrive somewhere, then WHOOOSH! Sprint to the restroom.
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Thats one of the reasons why I carry paper towleing or strong table napkins iffn I can swipe them. Never know when you might need to preform a "Field Expedint", hence it's name. Anybody spots it I just say it's to wipe grease off the chain or my hands or whatever.
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Thats way more information than I need to know.
even divers don't talk about that one.

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YARIDDSC!









(Yet another reason i dont draft single cyclists.)
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Thanks for giving us the poop on that one!

I hope you realized your wish of having many cyclists waving their arms furiously!
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well it seems that maybe you could of jumped of your bike and took care of business then continued. i think riding witha full load would bbe worse then a bit of a mess. you are not the first person i now that has **** themselves.
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Old 07-03-02, 07:33 PM   #15
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you are not the first person i now that has **** themselves.
When you put it in those words, it doesn't sound so glorious anymore.
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Did you still go one despite having mushy crap in your tight shorts? Or did you stop and wipe yourself with leaves?
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Thats way more information than I need to know.
even divers don't talk about that one.

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But they do talk about puking underwater--and taking off their mask after surfacing and the buggersnot that's in it.

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LBM,
the polite term for the boogersnot in a mask is oyster.
Puking thru a reg is not fun, it does however bring
the fish in real close and provide great macro photo
oppertunities.
There are 2 types of divers, those who pee in their
wetsuits, and those who lie about it.

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