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You Should Listen to Olympic Cyclist Sky Christopherson’s Short(s)

You Should Listen to Olympic Cyclist Sky Christopherson’s Short(s) image

Cyclists have been using Bag Balm for years, to help soothe saddle sores, chapped lips, and scrapes. Bicycling Magazine told its readers that they’d “never regret having a tin of Bag Balm handy.” Frankly, we love that.

But we wanted to get out and hear directly from athletes about what they think of Bag Balm, so we recently journeyed down to New York City for the NY Tri Expo at Citi Field. What a fantastic event! It was really great to meet triathletes and pass on the good word about Bag Balm’s intensely moisturizing and soothing qualities—along with some samples, of course.

We were a little bit awestruck when Olympic cyclist and world record holder Sky Christopherson came by our booth, to tell us how Bag Balm had helped save his, erm, shorts during rigorous training for the 1996 Olympics! He had a great story, which he memorably summed up: “Two words, dude: Bag Balm.” Check out the video clip below to hear all about the benefits of the legendary rescue balm in the unusual green tin, straight from Sky himself!

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