Buying flow

  1. 1. Product preview
  2. 2. Payment form
  3. 3. Receipt
  • Colors
    • Highlight
    • Background
    • Background image

      Remove

      Tile background

Recommended for you

Our recommendation engine has come up with some personalized suggestions for you.

Is this your street address?

Card

···· ···· ···· 4242
Test card

05/18

Card

Use a different card?

Card

or pay with

We do not keep any of your sensitive credit card information on file with us unless you ask us to after this purchase is complete.

or pay with

Please confirm your location:
Your card will be charged .

Thank you!

    Gumroad Library

    Use the login info below to open this product (expires in 30 minutes).

    Email
    Admin generated
    Password

    Don't have the app yet? Get it here

    Download from the app store or text yourself a link to the app

    Nevermind

    $12.95

      Ebook—Saddle, Sore: A Women-Only Guide to You and Your Bike

      Ebook—Saddle, Sore: A Women-Only Guide to You and Your Bike

      If you were on a ride and sprained your ankle, would you say something to the group you were riding with? Obviously, you wouldn’t just suffer in silence. But what about when you’re out on a ride, and you realize that you’re cramping terribly because you’re just about to get your period? Or you start feeling tingly, or numb, on the saddle? Most women won’t speak up. Most will suffer in silence, come home, and have no idea why they have massive saddle sores—if they even realize what a saddle sore looks like—or how to treat it.

      Your level of experience doesn’t matter. I know women from beginners to pros who have questions about their bodies that they aren’t comfortable asking bike shop employees, coaches, or even their gynecologists. We’ve been conditioned to not talk about our “lady parts,” and that touchiness is hurting the female cyclist population, and making riding a whole lot less fun.

      Riding shouldn’t be uncomfortable. You shouldn’t be getting saddle sores every ride. Cramping shouldn’t be making you cry on the bike. And you shouldn’t be wearing your underwear with your bike shorts.

      Enter “Saddle, Sore”: the first guide that answers all of the awkward, embarrassing, or just plain weird questions that women have had about the bike and their bodies. From gynecologists to coaches to industry professionals, I talked to the experts to find out how to diagnose and treat saddle sores, whether a pad was better than a tampon while riding, what causes numbness on the bike, how to choose a saddle and a chamois, and many other topics.

      Sorry, this item is not available in your location.
      SOLD OUT
      • You'll get 2 files.
      • PDF and epub

      Card

      ···· ···· ···· 4242
      Test card

      05/18

      Card

      Use a different card?

      Card

      or pay with

      We do not keep any of your sensitive credit card information on file with us unless you ask us to after this purchase is complete.

      or pay with

      Please confirm your location:
      Your card will be charged US$12.95.

      Your rental will be available for 30 days. Once started, you’ll have 72 hours to watch it as much as you’d like!

      Thank you!

        Gumroad Library

        Use the login info below to open this product (expires in 30 minutes).

        Email
        Admin generated
        Password

        Don't have the app yet? Get it here

        Download from the app store or text yourself a link to the app

        Nevermind