Wednesday, November 19, 2014

Women Shouldn't Bike, But If They Do...

In a follow up to my previous post, check out these rules as to how women "should" bike if they choose to do so.

A few of my favorites:

Don’t go to church in your bicycle costume. (OK, seems logical.)

Don’t scream if you meet a cow. If she sees you first, she will run. (Fair enough.)

Don’t discuss bloomers with every man you know. (Uh… I don’t do this anyway but … ok?)

Don’t go without a needle, thread and thimble. (Wait, why would I need this on a bike ride?)

Don’t attempt a “century.” (Because only men can bike 100+ miles… even though they’re the ones with the physical makeup that is much more uncomfortable to do so?)

Don’t boast of your long rides. (Oh, got it. Just in case you DO attempt a century, and actually finish it, when a man did not.)

Don’t race. Leave that to the scorchers. (AKA the men? Screw that.)

Don’t criticize people’s “legs.” (But that’s the best part about biking – getting amazing quads and comparing!!)

Don’t wear loud hued leggings. (AAAAAaaaannnd, I’m out.)

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