|finally a way to stay TRULY dry..||aaron_sorghum|
Nov 11, 2001 7:26 PM
|and its only 6 pounds! think of all the extra strength you can build on those rainy day rides. I might buy two!|
|And good for riding off cliffs, too. (nm)||Rich Clark|
Nov 11, 2001 7:34 PM
|re: finally a way to stay TRULY dry..||muncher|
Nov 12, 2001 1:44 AM
|Does it come with something to stop your wheel bearings melting if you get a following wind?|
|the only way this keeps you dry is...||mr_spin|
Nov 12, 2001 9:12 AM
|...because you are too embarassed to come out and ride with that thing on!
If the bike were a sailboat, that would be a poorly trimmed spinnaker. Get downwind and I'll bet you can really fly. That would fun to have on parts of Hwy 395 in California!
Unless you are riding in a torrential downpour, a significant amount of the water that hits you comes off the wheels. This does nothing for that.
|looks like some idiotic Japanese design (nm)||Rusty McNasty|
Nov 12, 2001 11:21 AM