Anyone who cycles regularly and opts to wear bib shorts will have endured the rigmarole that comes with taking a much needed ‘comfort break’ mid-ride. It is a complete pain in the backside.
With so many complaints from women regarding this problem, brands have now started to stand up and take notice. One by one they have emerged claiming to have solved the problem of the pee break for bib short wearing females.
We’ve seen clips, zips, hooks and halter necks make an appearance, all of which seem a little overwhelming. But fear not, TWC are here to help. We decided to round up five of the key players in the toilet friendly bib short market and put them to test.
To ensure they were all pitted fairly against one another, each pair was tested for comfort and performance, ease of removal and the amount of time each pair took to get on and off underneath a cycling jersey (which we refer to as the ‘pee time’ throughout).
Here are our findings..