I'm small and I manage to ignore that fact most of the time. I clocked the scale at 106 lbs this morning. In nearly every sport being small is a disadvantage. In mountain biking I mostly ignore the fact that my bike is a much larger percentage of my body weight - or muscle mass than most and just hammer on. For the most part that seems to work for me. I have a lot of fun pedaling.
I have been super excited to do some bikepacking this summer. That involves lots and lots of pedaling. This package arrived in the mail today from
A seat bag. I eagerly opened it. It's awesome. A seat bag is one of the missing things I need to carry stuff for overnights on my bike.
I strap it on my bike.
God dam bike is too small and it drags on my rear tire. PO'd now.
Every single race I have been to this year has said to me at registration "sorry we are out of small t-shirts". Usually I don't care cause race t-shirts are boring but I did care at 12 hours of Mesa Verde cause they were cool.
Here is what my new team kit looks like on me.
Sometimes being small is irritating.