87Re: [rootsradicals] Re: Rain Gear ( was Re: Howdy from Chicago)
- Feb 7, 2006I've got a suspension fork with no fender mounts too (it does have a
screw at the arch). I've had good luck with just using a couple of
zip-ties to attach the fender stays. Front fender makes a HUGE
difference in the wet.
On 2/7/06, Gauk <akiragauk@...> wrote:
> I second the Gore-Tex. I live a measely 2 miles away, so I wear my
> (work) steel toes as they're both waterproof and wicking. The soles
> are stiffer than sneakers, too. Wool socks are a must if it gets truly
> cold. I've got a fender on the back, but nothing on the front as there
> are no fender mounts. Still debating half-fender vs. new fork. I've
> got a Bright, BRIGHT headlight - Busch & Müller Ixon 1 watt LED (14
> Lumen for 6 hours). http://www.peterwhitecycles.com/b&m.asp
> --Gauk, akiragauk@...
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