It’s the cycling clothing
we’veyou’ve all been waiting for:
Versatile, vintage inspired cycling underwear for women. Sexy, comfortable panties with a chamois (foam insert) sewn in for riding.
😀Posted 4 years agoMrs ToastMember
No no, they can also be worn as shorts according to the description. Should be standard trail centre attire really
I once saw a lass effortlessly zooming down a rocky bit of Follow the Dog. She was riding an old GT Zaskar and wearing a strappy top, tiny hotpants, flip flops, Jackie-O glasses and had her hair all done up nice (no helmet). I felt like I’d warped into an MBUK reader’s wet dream, or something…Posted 4 years agobikebouyMember
I’ve left this page open so MrsBouy could cast her eyes over them there nickers, all she’s done so far is laugh. Though once she too rode a bike down a rutted lane in just a pair of hot pants and a strappy top, I was too occupied by the sight I OTB’d into a stream, cooled me down sharpish.Posted 4 years agostumpy01Member
Just wondering….if these are supposed to be knickers that the womenz can wear on the bike to work or for ‘urban cycling’ or whatever, does that mean they are supposed to be worn as knickers all day or just for the cycling bit?
This quote from their kickstarter thing would suggest they’re intended to be worn all day, not necessarily just ‘for a ride’:
Urban cyclists and bike commuters can end up riding 20+ miles on any given day. Obviously spandex is not appropriate day-wear in the city, and ‘jorts’ are certainly not comfy long term on a saddle.
(no idea what ‘jorts are).
Anyway – would women want to wear a padded short all day, when off the bike?
Cycle to work then walk around at work all day or be sat at desk, stood at bar, operating heavy machinery with a ‘nappy pad’ chamois insert in their undercrackers….?
And if you’re just gonna wear them for the commute, why not just wear a pair of short cycling shorts?Posted 4 years ago
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