Discuss cycling as transport and the issues involved in commuting to school, work or to the shops.
Pete wrote: Dousja wrote:
On the prevention side of things - my ride partner has mudguards that protects HIS back and spits out quite a nice spray to anyone behind (me)
Get your buddy a Buddy Flap
Or he could just do some turns in front instead of wheelsucking .....
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I recently purchased a pair of these rain pantshttp://www.realcyclist.com/hincapie-sportswear-elemental-rain-pant-mens
I've worn them on a few commutes and the other day on a 126k ride. Very light weight and kept the rain off, taper at the ankles so there is no flapping and surprisingly comfortable. I've also been using a wool cycling cap, it keeps my head fairly dry in light rain. Having said that I don't have much hair to get wet.
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