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Old 01-05-05, 06:51 PM   #1
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I'm wearing my Louis Garneau Lycras with the hole in the arse (due to an endo on a gravel road during a MTB race in the summer) under my winter riding pants. The question is, what do I do with them in the spring? Is there any kind of repair that can be done with Lycra??
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One option is one of those black, long legged undershorts that sell for $15-20. Worn under the
short, the hole won't show. I have stitched up some holes, but if it is where skin hits saddle
repair may cause some skin irritation from pressure, but probably not. Lycra is hand sewable.
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put them away until next winter.
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Same question here... nice pi attack shorts, 100 miles on them, ripped inn the leg on a crash... nice with leg warmers, does not work without... for use on teh trainer.
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