Does Everyone Pee on Their Bike? The act of peeing while riding is a challenge for most athletes and can take some practice. It works for some, but doesn't work for others.
Fortunately I'm about to retire that pair. If it works for cat urine, human pee should be no problem! I've heard good things about OxyClean or similar, but never tried it.
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I think Bob makes an excellent Fat Cyclist. Today was going to be the day that I peed while riding my bike. I just know what would happen.
Men have an easier task of just… well, you know. A brief survey of a few outspoken pro women netted some serious opinions, as did an open question to our female readers. Surprisingly, most of the pros with whom we spoke said that their method of peeing on the bike was to stop, drop, and go. They mentioned full-zip jerseys with stunning frequency.
Obviously, considering a certain expected amount of exertion, sweat takes care of a lot of fluid intake — but with long stages and the need to stay hydrated of paramount importance, sometimes a rider is going to have to take a leak. So how do they do it? The answer is the question is that, unsurprisingly, peeing is a rather personal thing — and different riders take different approaches.