|They are real. And, they are spectacular.|
We all shave, eventually. Some of you believe shaving makes you faster. It does not. 9 out of 10 cycling coaches agree. Riding with slow people makes you faster. Some believe shaving makes you look better. It does not. Riding with ugly people makes you more attractive. Some believe shaving makes you fit in with the crowd. It does not. Shaving makes you the outcast in the one-seater kayak at the summer office canoe picnic. Some believe shaving makes massage easier. It does not. Copious amounts of oil rubbed all over by a big woman with man mitts makes massage easier. Some believe shaving is a rite of passage. Hmm….now, you may have something there.
There is a sweet pair of Zipp 343’s in my man cave. Every fall they come off my wife’s bike. Sometime during the spring, they go back on…when the bike fairy rings the magic cowbell and deems her Zippworthy. The Zipps are a rite of passage, a reward for months of training in foul winter weather turning her into a raging she-beast on a bike. The same applies to shaving, although Cremo Cream does not cost $2500 a pair. The first shaving of the meat sticks of the season for many is viewed as a rite of passage, from neandercyclist to racer. Me ride fast.
Smooth and silky, shaving is like wearing superman’s cape. It makes you fly. It’s like the Hulk’s muscles ripping through a plaid shirt to reveal mountains of green muscle. Raaawwwrr! It makes you feel like you can tear your riding buddies to shreds. Shaving makes that delicious bit of quad meat above your knee look like an unclimbable cornice on Mt. Everest. Shaving makes your massage therapist ask if you’d like the sports massage. Shaving makes the three girls in the pickup truck whistle and woot as they pass on your ride through Northern Kentucky. Shaving is also the reason their jealous boyfriends buzz you, call you a “Nancy” and exhaust blast you in a black diesel fog.
|Honey, what are you doing with your phone in the shower?|
It’s the end of spring. If you think you’ve earned the most spectacular leg shave you’ll ever receive outside of hiring your very own soigneur with a straight razor, read on for a chance to win. I’ve tried Cremo Cream. It’s great on toast. It also leaves you a remarkably closer shave than the stuff you had the coupon for. It’s slick. Whatever lubricant is in there makes the razor glide easily and the moisturizing seems to linger after the razor passes. I didn’t see the need to put on lotion afterward. Since it’s really not a foamy thing, the razor clears hair more easily. While I didn’t really count, it seemed like I got more trips up my leg before I had to wash the clippings out of the blade. After I was done my wife ran her hand up my leg and said, “Yummy.” Then she nibbled on my calves. As it says on the tube, “Try it once to believe it. Enjoy it for life. It’s really that good.” You can pick it up at CVS, Walgreens, Walmart and a number of retailers. Visit Cremo Cream online for details.
THE HAIRIEST HAIRY LEG CONTEST EVER P/B CREMO CREAM
If you’re still not convinced to try Cremo Cream yet, let me indulge your frugality. Share your hair to win a Cremo Cream Gift Set.
We’ll draw 3 winners, a virtual podium of sasquatches on bikes, to win a Cremo Cream gift set including: shaving cream, moisturizer and wash. If you’re lucky, we may even post your photo to Facebook or use it on the blog. Deadline is at Noon (Eastern Time) on Tuesday, June 4th. Good luck! Winners will be drawn randomly.