...do you sit or stand on your bike to let rip?...for me it's a case of who is behind me....it's a serious question affecting the aerodynamics of my ride
My 2 yr-old physically wretches if she catches the slightest whiff of one. Most embarrassing if you're at the in-laws and trying to ease the gutteral pressure of a Sunday lunch on the sly.Fnaar said:A slight lift of one cheek is "de rigeur", I believe. Careful not to "follow though", though!
"Blue said:[quote name="] Reminds me of a retired teacher who cycles with my training group and always has the same retort when anyone lets rip ..... "come out brown[/size']' date=' for talking"[/quote']
On a similar theme, from the ancient world of telephone switchboard operators, "Speak up Brown, you're through".
I loved that link.Kirstie said:If you're into toilet humour then read this thread on singletrackworld.co.uk, posted today. I couldn't move for laughing...