Kit review: Hoo Ha Ride Glide

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  1. Thank you so much for taking the time to review our product, really appreciate it!! Your readers can also purchase our products, including Hoo Ha, at http://www.motionjunkies.com/. Love your article!

  2. Fiona says:

    thanks for the comment. i’ll add your motion junkies link into the actual blog, too. do send any other products you’d like tested!

  3. Maisie Bancewicz says:

    I tested this product as well and was fairly impressed.
    The sample pouch didn’t have the ingredients listed but you could guess from the faint tingle, warming and nice smell rather than fragrance to constituents.
    The name is insprired, if The apprentice chiefs were impressed by ‘Urboun’, Lord only knows what AMS would have made of this but it’s accurate, humorous and simple.
    It’s neither a cream, paste nor gel and isn’t tacky. However, it’s not so thin that you think you may have bought product intended for ahem…other recreational pursuits! Potentially a risk with that name?
    I tested it on a few turbo rides of 45mins-1.5hrs and found it certainly helped reduce the sore bits I’d normally expect having spent very little time in the saddle lately.

    I’d like to test it on longer rides, outdoors and during triathlons as opposed to just turbo but maybe a better option than sportslick which does tend to be messier to apply and seems to disappear into the chamois fast.
    Think there is definitely a Market for these products, about time someone addressed the problem of sore girlie bits.
    Thanks!

  4. Fiona says:

    Great write up Maisie. Thanks so much for taking the time to give us your thoughts. I’ll keep you in mind for future test-drives (test-cycles?!) x

  5. Romy says:

    So I finally got around to doing another turbo last night… and I tried the Hoo Haa sample.
    As Maisie says, the texture is interesting, and the mint does give it an extra kick.
    I used it on a 45min turbo and also found that the ‘bits’ were less sore than usual, but still not completely at ease… perhaps I need to go back to the good old saddle question?! Or just slap on more?
    I would use this again on a turbo, but don’t find it nearly as annoying during outdoor rides because I am in and out of the saddle more.
    Thanks for the tester!

  6. Fiona says:

    thanks for your review Romy (and she’s 26 weeks’ pregnant!). What a woman!

  7. Dianne Fink says:

    I love Hoo Ha Ride Glide – I am never on my bike without it. I was introduced to it at my first triathlon last year. Dummy me – not knowing that you are not supposed to do or try anything differnt that you haven’t trained with – happily applied Hoo Ha to all the right places and more. I liberally slathered the cream on – felt the “cooling” effects and got ready. On went the bathing suit. I didn’t have anything fancy to wear for that first tri -I was there to see if I could even do one. So I swam in my swimsuit with a wetsuit, transitioned into bike shorts and a tee shirt and hit the bike and run. All the while – Hoo Ha was still with me. I rode 18 miles that day – never felt a thing. It wasn’t my girlie parts that were sore when I finished – it was the legs. So me and my bike – never without Hoo Ha Ride Glide. And the best thing about this story – I did the same triathlon this past spring – took forty minutes off my total time from last year.

  8. Fiona says:

    What a great comment! And a fab triathlon PB. Hoo Ha Ride Glide has helped me to survive my first two cols in the Pyrenees today! Fabbie stuff.. and the name is genius!

  9. Kathryn Stimpson says:

    Bit of an old article but it may help someone noseying. I had a wedding to to and decided to wear a dress. Having sizable thighs the chubb rub is real. This stuff lasted all day and night without a single bit of chaffing and a rather pleasant smell.
    I use it for exercising normally so never done a long test but it passed with flying colours .

  10. Fiona says:

    That’s another good use of the cream!

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