Was running late this morning so didn’t have time for my usual leisurely evacuation. Thought och it’ll be ok. Half way round Glentress started to get “that impending feeling” and then spent the rest of the ride worried I might land heavy and camouflage the guy behind with an impromptu loosening.
Note to self, always make sure to nip one out before riding.Posted 5 years agoathgrayMember
Same thing happened to me at Glentress. I started to get that knotted stomach feeling on the climb to the Buzzards nest. Things were desperate as i approached the steeper, rocky shortcut just below the car park. I don’t always clear this section, however the desperation to get to the portaloo focussed the mind and I blitzed that bit. Could be a good training technique.Posted 5 years agoGiantJauntMember
Sphagnum moss makes amazing bog paper * and you can usually find it easily if you’re cycling in the uplands of Scotland as it’s one f*****g great bog. Just dig a hole with a stick and away you go.
* Warning- check moss for pine needles and creepy crawlies prior to wiping.Posted 5 years agotomhowardSubscriber
A guide in the alps once told me that if one was caught short and no suitable leaves were forthcoming, he just used his sock, leaving it in situ after he’s finished.
Any time I see a guide at the end of a long ride, I can’t help check how many socks he’s wearing.Posted 5 years ago
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