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    What every well-dressed cyclist needs...



    "It ain't a teacup that the Queen gave you - it's a bike. Ride it!"

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    Nice! Where can I get one??

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    A great idea. Good way to keep wrinkles out of shirts and keep some spare spokes. But how do you hang your pants on this thing?

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    If you are going to do, do it right.


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    wonder what my wife would say lol

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    Those are awesome!

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    Probably cost more than my clothes

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    Quote Originally Posted by RJP Diver View Post


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    Quote Originally Posted by RJP Diver View Post




    lol pretty sweet

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    That's pretty but come on... what does that thing weigh!!
    And look at the lacing. Sheesh.

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    It might work for round-shouldered people.
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    You could probably use that as a tie holder too! haha.

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    I like the Reynolds ones with no lacing. Being round would actually work great because it wouldn't put the dimples on the shoulders in shirts.

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    but will the carbon ones asplode and all your clothes fall on the ground?

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    I've made several (similar to the Reynolds) out of hoop sections with a spoke and valve. Pretty easy, really, and great for any cycling garb.

    Reynolds failed by using Schraeder valves.


    on a related note, Presta valves also make great zipper pulls.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by thalo View Post
    but will the carbon ones asplode and all your clothes fall on the ground?
    That's only an issue if you hang your clothes outside.


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    Quote Originally Posted by ewitz View Post
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    Reynolds Cycling
    Well, if you really want to do it right...only 79 Euros apiece!
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    Does Trek make good hangers?
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    Slaps head wonders why I never thought of that, doh!

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    I feel odd saying this, but I want to go hanger shopping now....

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    I have a couple of old wheels, a few old hangers, a hacksaw, a file and some fine sandpaper....it would be a snap to make your own......imo, only an idiot would go out and buy them!
    Of course I'm sure...that doesn't mean I'm right......

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    Quote Originally Posted by RJP Diver View Post
    Does Trek make good hangers?
    lolz!

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