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    Industrial Strength BS hoodlum's Avatar
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    Spinning Sweat Guard

    Does anyone have any experience with those bike sweat guards I see in bike catalogs? I was wondering if those things are worth buying for my time on the trainer.

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    By-Tor...or the Snow Dog? hi565's Avatar
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    looks cool, the only problem is that it restricts the amount of areas that you can put your hands, so i think that is the only compramise.
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    Ride On!! PanPanX's Avatar
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    just put a towel over the handle bars..

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    Bicycle Luge Racer khackney's Avatar
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    I've got one. I use it and a towel. The sweat guard protects the top tube and headset area pretty well. It doesn't sag like a towel so you don't have to worry about dropping it or having it get around your pedals. If you're going to train inside a lot I would recommend it.

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