In the s and while still at high school I arrived home one day to tell my mother that I was shaving my legs. Coming from a non-cycling family that was not versed in cycling culture the acceptance of such an action was not taken lightly, much less by my schoolmates when I rocked up to gym class with a clean pair of shaven legs. Imagine, as a male, walking into your office on Monday morning to casually tell your work colleagues that you shaved you legs over the weekend. So what does motivate cyclists to shave their legs and why is it so important?
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The essential guide to shaving your legs
Should Cyclists Shave Their Legs? | ACTIVE
As cyclists, almost all of us shave our legs. We all know none of this is true however. What good reason would weekend warriors like us have to shave our legs? Shaved legs are the trademark of a serious cyclist. No one ever taught me how to shave my legs.
Pros & Cons: Should Cyclists Shave Their Legs?
This is also a popular topic for discussions among roommates. Although there is scientific proof that smooth legs contribute to a better time, it has to be said that this difference is negligible for hobby cyclists. After taking a fall, dirty hair can lead to a nasty infection of an open wound. Smooth skin prevents this and also allows plasters to stick to the skin more easily. Furthermore, follow-up treatments with gels or regenerative measures such as massages work better with hairless legs.
For those of us who grew up idolizing the pro racers, their lean, chiseled legs became etched indelibly into memory. Those legs were symbolic of fitness, suffering, sacrifice, freedom, panache, and victory. But why is this clean-shaven tradition even a thing?