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jeremyb wrote:boonen----you have to register then enter the special password, i wanted people to email me for it but it doesnt matter i guess---- the special password is: lightweight
Anonymous wrote:Another good way is to put your gloves the mesh bags women use to wash their lingerie in the washing machine. Just do it on a gentle cycle and then let them air dry. I'll do all my bike clothes at once and by putting my gloves in the bags ti keeps the velcro from roughiing up the lycra and tearing the gloves.
Knut wrote:I think that this comment from the blog wraps it up pretty good, at least that's what I do also...
Boonen wrote:jeremyb wrote:boonen----you have to register then enter the special password, i wanted people to email me for it but it doesnt matter i guess---- the special password is: lightweight
Thanks Jeremy, I had trouble with registering with PBWiki itself, so I hadn't even come around in sending you an e-mail yet. I just tried again and now it worked, I'll add some weights of stuff I have weighed myself and have pictures of on a scale when I got the time.
PS: just read a bit more on your blog, I think it's great and wanted you to know that I always wash my gloves with the rest of my cycling clothes, it keeps them nice and soft
PS2: I edited your opening site just a bit by adding a link to the registering site (I had a bit of a hard time finding it so it might be helpfull to others) I'm pretty sure you had it on there a few days ago? Hope you don't mind!
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