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Stuff: Stay Dry with RainGo

Here’s an interesting way to stay dry on wet and soggy days:


This photo shows an old, way-old flyer for the Raingo Stay dry rain shield system. I’ve googled and can’t find this system, but it could inspire some SUB riders to develop their own. As much as I love Bettie, she’s a cold ride, on a cold day. It’s sitting upright, high on the bike, with your face in the wind and rain.

Via BikeHugger.

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