where do you get changed?
I come off a typical winter/summer muddy ride, walk into the kitchen where I leave a trail of muddy footprints, then peel off my gear into the washer shedding yet more filth.
What I want to know Is there a better way of getting into the shower and not needing to get the mop out (and without scaring my neighbours)?Posted 9 years ago40mpgSubscriber
In front of the bar at the pub, then cycle home in warm dry stuff (they’ve got used to us doing that now, although it sometimes surprises the non-regulars).
If I miss last orders, strip in the garage and leg it inside before the neighbours see, although theres no-one about that late anyway.Posted 9 years agocarlosMember
At the back of the car where ever it’s parked, I’m not proud and have nothing to hide. Strip of down to undershorts, chuck all the gear into a bag get re-dressed and go home dry and clean. Then just chuck the contents of the bag in the washer.
Had an odd experience the other night in Marple though, got back to the car and started to strip when a red Merc pulled up with one male occupant, we both just carried on as you do, stripping to the undershorts, bagged all the gear and got re-dressed. As we left so did he???
CarlPosted 9 years agoOgglesMember
I used to just walk straight to the shower seeing as we have a cleaner, but realised it was inconsiderate to my flatmates. So I take my shoes, socks and (baggy!) shorts off outside, throw into a bag and take them to rinse in the shower. The bike sometimes has to come in muddy though 🙁Posted 9 years agoBigDummySubscriber
My back door leads into a utility room with the washing machine in it and the hose outside. Hose down, shoes off, in door, strip naked, everything in washing machine, wander on into house, realise wife has guests over, wish knob was bigger, upstairs to shower.
😉Posted 9 years ago
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