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How can I carry drycleaning on my bike

Old 06-12-03, 06:00 PM
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How can I carry drycleaning on my bike

I usually get drycleaning once a week, I want to take it home by bike, but I don't like to fold it as it could get wrinkled, I have no panniers on my bike, and I don't want the drycleaning bag to get caught in my chain or spokes, what can I do?
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Old 06-12-03, 06:03 PM
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Wear it? But then it won't be so clean anymore I guess.
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I say take the hanger and hook it to the back of your collar, then bungee cord the clothes to your back and ride. Seriously.

Your other option is to roll your clothes and put them in a very big messenger bag. Seriously. I roll my clothes after ironing all the time, and they don't get wrinkled at all.
 
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