Monday, July 19, 2010

Combat the Monkey Butt

 Do you know that feeling of dropping back into the saddle and having your chamois squelch with absorbed butt sweat? After spending enough hours in a squelching chamois, monkey butt (a really raw behind) is the resulting condition.
Anti Monkey Butt Powder is a product specifically designed to combat your sore, sweat-soaked hide. 

When riding with the powder applied, it was difficult to tell exactly what effect it was having on my buttocks. However, after several rides with it applied and a couple without, I realized that the difficulty I had in pinpointing the effects of the powder  was simply because AMBP was just doing its job: keeping my rump dry. 

Ok, I really need to phrase this next paragraph carefully....
The day that I really became convinced of AMBP's effectiveness was on another hot, humid Georgia day with temperatures in the low 90's.  I had applied the powder to my chamois, but let's just say I hadn't done a very thorough job of it, and that it had clumped further towards the back.  After finishing the ride, I distinctly noticed that my rear-ward nether regions were dry and comfortable, while some unmentionables further forward were completely soaked and sticky.

Lesson learned: this stuff just works!

5 comments:

E-Man,  July 19, 2010 at 9:34 PM  

I've always been curious as to whether or not this stuff works, dude. Time-to-time I even thought about buying it just for the novelty....butt(whoop!) now that I know it works, I may have to make a purchase in the near future.

Greg July 20, 2010 at 8:10 AM  

Haha! Yeah dude, it actually does work really well, and its not expensive at all. It only costs like $5.95 MSRP per bottle, which is not much at all. Cool stuff!

Anonymous,  July 20, 2010 at 2:42 PM  

lol, the way you describe things is quite funny.

Jeremy July 20, 2010 at 4:03 PM  

I need some of that. I've had a few instances of monkeybuttness lately after some long rides this summer and its not sexy. Its not cool. Its not sexy or cool.

Greg July 20, 2010 at 6:46 PM  

DEFINITELY not sexy OR cool

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