Dress code

Since I am fortunate enough to have a shower at work, I have no problem biking to work in the summer.  Sweat?  No big deal, I have a shower and clean clothes waiting on the other end. 

Biking other places in the heat and humidity is a harder sell.  If I get sweaty, I stay sweaty, and I have to wear clothes that work for biking.  Generally, I just deal with it and look forward to cooler weather.

As a result, I rarely look nice at all of these summer events, which usually doesn’t bother me, but sometimes it does.  Yes, that woman over there is wearing a cute dress and heels, and I’m wearing shorts and a tank top, but guess what?  I bet she didn’t RIDE HER BIKE HERE.

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  1. Pingback: Biking in the heat and humidity of St. Louis summers | Her Green Life

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