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The Best Bit of Bike Advice I Ever Received Is…
Cutoff jeans and a 50 mile ride? Dont do it. Just dont. When cutoffs were almost “somewhat cool,” I rode anyway, what a stupid idea that was.
Glasses outside the straps.
Apply suntan lotion first then butt butter. Never change the order.
Nobody's your friend in the last 200 meters.
When you're deep in the pain cave it is pretty likely that everyone around you is too. That bit of advice helps me hang in when the going gets really tough.
LOOK at where you WANT to go, NOT where you DON’T want to go.
"Smash the Big Ring!!!!!"
You're usualy better off ignoring advice from the guy you just lapped.
Keep the rubber side down.
Get your knees in! Stop cross chaining! Don't run those stop signs unless you’re with me and we are in a break!
If it's not fun, you're probably doing it wrong.
Eat...or you'll bonk! Get off the front!
Do not mix embrocation with chamois cream.
The wise T.F. gave me the obvious (to me now) insight that everybody hurts at the end of the climb...just keep pedalin'.