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Bikes: rockhopper, delta V, cannondale H300, Marin Mill Valley
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Welcome to Bikeforums, Hollis and Pierce!
I made a fast turn onto a road i thought I knew, which to my surprise had been milled in preparation for resurfacing. I went down and ended up with a bunch of gravel embedded in my bloodied palms. It hurts scrubbing that stuff out.
If you ride a lot with gloves your hands won't be soft, but they won't have nasty callouses that will scare your lover away if you try to touch her with your crusty claws.
The tan lines are a bonus. A lycra backed glove will keep the back of your hands young looking and wrinkle free.
I've ordered some crocheted gloves in hopes of a polka dot tan. Call me crazy.
Gel padding is best for absorbing shock and should help with your discomfort.
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