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    Question about bib shorts

    I've been looking at buying some bib shorts, but I have a question:

    How do you take a whizz in them?
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    Depends on the bibs. Most of the time the front is low enough you can pull it out the top and whiz. If you have a short one though you have to go out through the leg opening.

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    You have seen South Park right? Just like how Butters takes a whizz



    or just pull them down in front and hang it over. Dropping a duece is another story, remove jersey, pull bib tops off shoulders, drop shorts, do business, reinstall everything in reverse.

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    Roll up the pant leg.

    Remember: non-drive train side if you attempt while riding.

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    Uh, the pad at the bottom is there specifically for this reason. You just go in the shorts.
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    Where to get the cheaper bib shorts?

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    Quote Originally Posted by wink23 View Post
    Where to get the cheaper bib shorts?
    NO way! Get super expensive bibs, they massage your junk when riding!

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    I have 3 pairs of bib shorts:
    1. Trek ($40 on clearance) - Stitching seam on the chamois (not at the edge, but near the middle). They are OK for short rides but terrible for long rides. Not recommended
    2. Mt Borah (I found them for just over $60 on sale) - Excellent chamois, favorite shorts.
    3. Pearl Izumi Pro (free from a buddy) - These are OK but the chamois tends to bunch up a bit. My 2nd favorite pair.

    I don't have any non-bib shorts anymore. I'll pick up another pair of Mt Borah when I see them on sale

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    No, YOU don't understand. You're making an ass of yourself for all of eternity.

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    "...DirtBaggies may also be the best baggy mountain bike shorts on the market." Velonews - Click to check out other reviews.

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