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Old 07-19-14, 01:42 PM
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cycling shorts.... how many and how to clean

I own 2 pairs of bike shorts... one cheap pair (didnt feel like paying $50 bucks for some pair of shorts) and an expensive pair once my rides got longer. Both pairs are fine, although i of course prefer the more expensive pair.
I try to ride 4-5 times a week... and since i commute to work some of those times, I have to wear both pairs in 1 day. Therefore, the only way to wear the shorts and ride at my frequency is to wash them after a day of commuting or wash both after 2 days of riding... meaning i'm washing these 3-4 times a week (by the way, my cleaning procedure is throwing both shorts in the wash with some socks and a few shirts on express wash and letting them air dry or if i need them even quicker, 10mins in the dryer followed by air dry).

My questions are:
-Is it okay to put these shorts in the wash this often? I dont see any other option except wearing shorts more than once before cleaning (probably not a good idea, right?).
-How often and how do you clean your cycling shorts?
-How many pairs of shorts should you own if your riding 4-5 times a week? (Since wearing these for the first time, i can tell you now i'm not going to do any riding without them). I'd be okay buying more shorts, but it seems like most cyclists i know only own only 2-3 pairs... and i'm too shy to ask them what their cleaning schedule/technique are.

Newbie who would appreciate any advice.

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Originally Posted by cheezhed321
I own 2 pairs of bike shorts... one cheap pair (didnt feel like paying $50 bucks for some pair of shorts) and an expensive pair once my rides got longer. Both pairs are fine, although i of course prefer the more expensive pair.
I try to ride 4-5 times a week... and since i commute to work some of those times, I have to wear both pairs in 1 day. Therefore, the only way to wear the shorts and ride at my frequency is to wash them after a day of commuting or wash both after 2 days of riding... meaning i'm washing these 3-4 times a week (by the way, my cleaning procedure is throwing both shorts in the wash with some socks and a few shirts on express wash and letting them air dry or if i need them even quicker, 10mins in the dryer followed by air dry).

My questions are:
-Is it okay to put these shorts in the wash this often? I dont see any other option except wearing shorts more than once before cleaning (probably not a good idea, right?).
-How often and how do you clean your cycling shorts?
-How many pairs of shorts should you own if your riding 4-5 times a week? (Since wearing these for the first time, i can tell you now i'm not going to do any riding without them). I'd be okay buying more shorts, but it seems like most cyclists i know only own only 2-3 pairs... and i'm too shy to ask them what their cleaning schedule/technique are.

Newbie who would appreciate any advice.

thanks!

I own several pair but have a couple of favorites that get the majority of use. I wash my shorts and jersey after every ride unless it is just a no-sweat, low-mileage cruise. I don't baby them, Tide Free in the gentle cycle with warm water wash and cold rinse. Into the dryer on the lowest temp (not air dry) and the "less dry" setting. They've all held up fine and look like new after numerous rides. I only had one cheap jersey that got ratty looking but I don't think washing was the problem.

I do recommend not buying "cheap" riding gear. You can get some good quality stuff in the $35-$65 range for both shorts and jerseys, especially if you watch the closeout racks. Aerotech makes some decent quality, economically priced gear if you prefer online shopping.
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I always wash shorts after riding. If I commute, I'd wash them after returning home.

As far as washing, usually in the washing machine on gentle cycle in cold water with a detergent free of perfumes and such. No fabric softener. Hang dry. I do this with all my cycling and other performance clothing. If I'm on a multi-day tour, I wash my cycling clothing while in the shower and hang dry. There is one exception to the hang drying: I believe that it's Pearl Izumi who recommends that their shorts are machine dried on a low setting. It's suppose to help the chamois keep its padding ability.

However if you hang dry shorts, it can take more than a day sometimes. Therefore I suggest more than 2 pairs of shorts for you. Heck I probably have 7 pairs and don't ride 7 days a week. However two are tights and one is a set of knickers. So 4 pairs of shorts or bibs works for me this time of the year.
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I have several sets of bibs, they are washed after each use, and drip dried.
Good riding apparel ain't cheap, and cheap riding apparel ain't good.
A good set of bibs or short will increase your enjoyment, but finding the chamois that's right for you may take a few shots. I personally like the Voler Chrono in the Caliber bibs. YMMV
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Interestingly, I've found no issues at all from machine drying every pair of shorts I have (which is about 5, ranging from a couple of Pearl Izumi and Pactimo pairs to cheap EMS brand). I always wash after every ride, but not on delicate or anything, just normal cycle.
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I ride daily, and don't have the patience to wash that often, or want to do small loads. So it's 6 pairs of shorts, and I can wash once a week with other cycle wear and get a decent load. It's more dough up front, but costs the same in the long run, since all the shorts will eventually wear out based on the number of rides. I didn't buy all at once, but added gradually as opportunities, and will continue to grow the fleet adding 2 as one wears out so I'm never at the mercy of the laundry schedule.

BTW- it's been 5 years of daily riding, and there are already a few pairs rotated out to the "injured reserve" for use only when they're the only choice.
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Seems as though the consensus is to wash right after a ride... is there any harm in waiting until you've worn all your shorts that week before washing?
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Originally Posted by cheezhed321
Seems as though the consensus is to wash right after a ride... is there any harm in waiting until you've worn all your shorts that week before washing?
I don't subscribe to the consensus view. They get washed once a week. That means that some are sitting around a week. No harm in waiting, but leave the shorts where they can air out and dry completely, otherwise who knows what can grow in a dark damp place.
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I read recently that letting sweaty shorts sit will cause the chamois to wear out. I don't know how true that is. I have two pairs and wash after I ride.
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How far is your commute? If its under 10 miles, you should not need bike shorts unless you have the worlds most uncomfortable saddle. Anyways, I have 3 pair.. 5 if you coulnt the liner I never use anymore, and the bibs that are to small that I could not return... so yeah, 3.... all cheap ones. I ride 4 or 5 times a week, I also have 3 jerseys, and 3 pair of cycling socks... when the 3rd set Is used, I wash em all in cold water (jerseys inside out), and line dry everything but the socks.

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...and line dry everything but the socks.
Socks will actually last longer if kept out of the dryer. The heat degrades the elastic.
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Socks will actually last longer if kept out of the dryer. The heat degrades the elastic.
Never lost the elasticity of a pair of socks in my life, and I have always used the dryer.
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3 pair of shorts and shirts for cycling.

I do laundry once every other week, payday usually, day after if I had to work on payday. Shorts go into cold water with everything else, I don't separate because I don't have anything that will bleed colors, and I don't do anything other than cold because I don't want some stuff to shrink. Cycling apparel that I washed gets hung to dry.

Two pair gets used five times before washing, one pair gets used four times before washing, if I get a ride in every day for two weeks, I rotate which pair gets used only four times in a two week period. I don't care how I stink, no issues with jock itch or other unpleasant problems beyond stinking. I'm going to stink anyway when riding because I produce some pretty potent body odor. I do get comments from my coworkers about the smell when I commute, but I'm not around them long enough in my cycling apparel when commuting and there is a shower in my locker room when I get to work.

Yea, it's gross but I'm lazy about washing and I don't have enough money to buy four more sets to go two rides before washing and I'm done with sink washing. I do hang them up when I get done with my ride.

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Originally Posted by linnefaulk
I read recently that letting sweaty shorts sit will cause the chamois to wear out. I don't know how true that is. I have two pairs and wash after I ride.
Not at all true in my experience. Might have been true (though doubtful) decades ago when the chamois was chamois, but I haven't seen a real chamois in eons. As I said, air them out so they dry quickly instead of fermenting, then toss in the washer (cold water, extra rinse), and line dry or unheated air dryer. I've been doing this easy/minimal car routine for years and own shorts with 250 or more wearings that are still in almost new condition.

It's crashes (and the cat) that kills cycling shorts, not the laundry method.
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Interesting stuff.
Seems like most of you can get away with 3 pairs of bike shorts. I'll probably buy 2 more so i can commute twice a week without having to wash twice.
Also seems some of you are like me, where you wait until all your shorts have been used before washing which is great.... 4 washes a week with only a pair of shorts in the machine just seems like over kill.


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Originally Posted by cheezhed321
Interesting stuff.
Seems like most of you can get away with 3 pairs of bike shorts. I'll probably buy 2 more so i can commute twice a week without having to wash twice.
Also seems some of you are like me, where you wait until all your shorts have been used before washing which is great.... 4 washes a week with only a pair of shorts in the machine just seems like over kill.


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When push comes to shove, especially when I was first starting out and only had one pair, I would hand wash in the sink. Was not worth running the washer for.
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Originally Posted by cheezhed321
Interesting stuff.
Seems like most of you can get away with 3 pairs of bike shorts. I'll probably buy 2 more so i can commute twice a week without having to wash twice.
Also seems some of you are like me, where you wait until all your shorts have been used before washing which is great.... 4 washes a week with only a pair of shorts in the machine just seems like over kill.
When it comes down to it, laundry is laundry. Yes, lycra shorts require some degree of special care, but we're not talking about silk or something especially fragile. Don't store them waded up damp with sweat, and wash them in cold water with a good rinse because the chamois is a bit thick and might need that extra rinse. The schedule isn't set by particular needs of the shorts, but by your inventory and needs, the same was as with socks.
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I have 3 pair of favourites, and several pair that will do for shorter rides, and a bunch of trainer shorts, and some that could probably be tossed by now.

Regarding cleaning ... toss them in the washer with everything else.

If I have a dryer, I'll dry them. Most of the time I have not had a dryer so they get hung to dry.

Same as most of the rest of my clothes.


And ... if I wear a pair of shorts for a really short evening ride, I might wear them again the next night without washing them. I figure if I can stay in the same shorts for a century, why can't I wear the same shorts for two or even three 10-20 km evening rides.

I've been doing that for 24 years and I've yet to have a chamois wear out.
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I would air dry rather using a dryer
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i ride every day. throw my one pair of cycling shorts in the bathroom sink afterwards, my shirt and socks too, fill it with hot water and some laundry detergent and stir. let it sit for a few hours. come back and squeeze 'em hard about 15 or 20 times, rinse two or three times, wring out water (two minutes total, if that) and hang. everything is dry and ready to go the next morning. easy peasy.
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I have 4 pairs, throw them in the wash and hang to dry per the directions. Two pairs were wearing out after 2 years and umpty thousand miles and I just replaced them with identical ones.
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On long distance bike tours, I bring 3, so I always have a clean pair to wear each morning ..

Using the dryer shortens the life of elastic threads ..
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I didn't read the whole thread but in the first few replies didn't see any mention of putting bibs in mesh laundry bags. I have a top loader type machine and if I don't use the bag, the bib's suspenders tend to get wound around other clothes and/or the agitator.

I ditto washing gentle, just a little detergent, dry either air dry or in dryer on extra low and short duration. THis does not wear out the elastic, unless you think that 5-7 years of usage is not good enough.

I use a stain stick right after riding if there are unsightly stains on the pad, and that keeps them looking good for years!
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I use a gentle cycle and air dry, notice that nobody mentioned fabric softener. fabric softener impedes the wicking of the fabrics.
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I don't have the washing instructions by Assos in front of me now. But I do recall that it seems like hand washing with water that is not hot and a detergent that is gentle. Along with that, I rinse in cold water and gently wring a little. Then hang dry outdoors but avoid direct sunlight on the padding.

The shorts are turned inside out so it does matter to Assos about direct sunlight.

This might seem a bit "too much" for some folks. But after a ride, I wipe down the bike with liquid laundry detergent and I use a bucket from Home Depot, the 5 gallon type. While I am wiping down the bike, the shorts and jersey are in the detergent water. All this is done outside with access to the garden hose; that explains the cold water.

Twenty minutes might seem "too much" for some, but I get a bike that is at least dirt and grime free and also that the clothing is mostly fresh and clean. Also, the grey water gets thrown into the garden, a type of water resource savings for everyone.

The jersey gets dry fast. The padding of the Assos shorts not so much. After a few hours, the shorts go into the garage, away from the sunlight and is dried by dinner time.
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