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    that feel...

    When you're in the store, putting the stuff in your backpack, and then go out to your bike, unlock it, and pedal away home.
    And within seconds after doing that you feel this cold coming from your azz, thinking wow thats cold and while its -5C outside it feels a bit strange, maybe too cold for this temp??

    Well I figured it was just my saddle that was cold. but then the cold starts spreading down on my rear tighs, feels really strange, how can that cold from the seat start to spread downwards just like that??

    Well about 30 seconds later I realize something from my backpack is leaking fluid quickly down on my back, through my underwear, and then down on my rear tighs and then finally down in my shoes! Both sides. And my shoes are starting to fill up! these are expensive gore tex shoes, like 300 worth. And I'm like: motherF***ER!

    Now I have an assortment of beer, industrial solvents, industrial oils/lubes and energy drinks in my backpack, all in large quantities.
    And if the lubes gets down in my shoes they are fu**ed for sure! And both my shoes seems to be already half full by now.

    then I get home (only about a km or 2) take my bike inside and put my backpack in the bathroom, its leaking like hell. and my azz is leaking too, and my saddle is wet, my pants are soaked and my socks are soaked. now wtf can this be??

    Turned out to be a 1,5 liter coke got somehow punctured in my backpack and emptied itself down my azz into my shoes.

    That feel man.... when you feel something is pouring down your azz through your pants and into your shoes and you have no idea what it is. and its real. and its really happening.
    Rule #9 // If you are out riding in bad weather, it means you are a badass. Period.

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    Large assortment? Industrial solvents and lubes? Another reason to give up soda? I get the beer part. Maybe a pannier? Or make the crack at home?

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    With that lot in there I wouldn't have waited till home. Industrial solvent scrub sir?
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    Quote Originally Posted by SlipSpace View Post
    With that lot in there I wouldn't have waited till home. Industrial solvent scrub sir?
    Well I actually smelled the liquid on my saddle about half way home. And I couldn't smell solvents nor lubes so i guessed (and hoped) it wasn't one of those. But I wasn't really sure until i came home. Since it was so cold outside it was hard to judge the smell.
    Rule #9 // If you are out riding in bad weather, it means you are a badass. Period.

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    Specialized sucks ass.

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    Just be glad it wasn't ass juice leaking.

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    Seems to me that's what panniers...or possibly even a trailer are for.

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    I used to have a similar situation most weekends in bed. Have not experienced it since I quit drinking though.
    Recalculating....

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    Quote Originally Posted by rodar y rodar View Post
    I used to have a similar situation most weekends in bed. Have not experienced it since I quit drinking though.

    this was while riding though and that makes it at least twice as scary.
    Rule #9 // If you are out riding in bad weather, it means you are a badass. Period.

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    Specialized sucks ass.

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    car bone, that is a most excellent story, thank you!

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    Common feeling for people riding in rain without fenders :P

    PS Like your signature!

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    I guess it was a really The Real Thing!


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    Just wanted to inform you guys something: if you ever spill 1,5l of coke on yourself, your bike, the floor and everything around you. Make sure you wash it off before it dries! Because when its "dry" it gets sticky and annoying as hell. My whole bike is like a post-it on steroids now. Turns out I was lazy and only cleaned the saddle when i should have put my whole bike in the shower.
    Rule #9 // If you are out riding in bad weather, it means you are a badass. Period.

    Quote Originally Posted by iheartbicycles View Post
    Specialized sucks ass.

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