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02/11/2010

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John Romeo Alpha

You've got a serious case of bike-on-brain. The prescription: 3 hours of Ridemore, followed by 1 hour of Wrenchacillin.

Zack Burger

I suffer from the same condition. I hear thee, I hear thee.

Post a picture of the glasses hack in action! :)

K

a no-cut fix wear glasses on outside of cap (& helmet straps) - I have the same problem and worse yet was the slipperiness of the arms of the glasses against the technical fabrics, so spread some Elmers fix-all (basically clear silicone caulk in a much smaller tube) on the arms of your glasses, once dry slipping problem solved - of course clean the glasses for good adhesion. Its also a better fix to keep the real Canadian winter cold out of those little holes.

Matt

K,

It would be awesome to get a picture of your "caulk" hack. Can you contact us via our submit you hack page?

http://www.bikehacks.com/bikehacks/submit-your-hack.html

ac

From painful experience with other synthetic garments, perhaps an easier-yet-messier hack would be to burn a cigarette hole instead of the buttonhole.

mark

They do make straps for glasses

Glasses

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