saddle-sore


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(of a rider) sore after riding a horse

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SADDLE-SORE cyclists could suffer sexual problems if they do not have the right bike, a specialist doctor has warned.
With the likes of Lance Armstrong out of the picture nowadays there is a distinct lack of star quality at this year's tour, with the exception of 'Tornado' Tom Booden, Belgium's saddle-sore super-hero.
Suitably saddle-sore after their dash north, Dan, Paul and Ken will take a break from pedaling on a North Sea ferry to Rotterdam.
I am feeling saddle-sore already, though, so who knows what my backside will feel like after cycling for three weeks on the spin.
Postal Service sponsors Lance and his saddle-sore pals, there's probably a really cool job as a bike messenger awaiting him when he's done.
Saddle-sore Mario joined crocked Saeco team-mate Ivan Gotti on the injury list - allowing Brit speedster Chris Boardman to race into third place.
And after that saddle-sore, 457-mile trek, I hope you won't mind if I have a wee giggle at your surname.
SADDLE-sore cyclists hope to have raised up to pounds 2,000 on a coast-to-coast charity bike ride.
For weeks I've been experiencing the effects of being saddle-sore from training.
Oh well, at least the money will be going to a good cause - a new lycra leotard for the Prime Minister and some much-needed balm for Sir Alan's saddle-sore buttocks.
THREE easy riders were left saddle-sore but happy after helping to raise thousands of pounds for needy children and young people.
A QUARTET of saddle-sore cyclists have produced a funding boost for the region's vital air ambulance service by completing a 1,060-mile sponsored bike ride.
Despite the ride leaving them a bit saddle-sore, they have signed up to another charity cycle, the Loch Ness 360, next month.
I'm going to be in the saddle for between eight and 10 hours a day - I'll be so saddle-sore by day three.