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[Amazon] Exercise or Trainer Bike Sweat Guard, Waterproof $11.49

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Exercise or Trainer Bike Sweat Guard, Waterproof $11.49

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Exercise or Trainer Bike Sweat Guard, Waterproof $12.89

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☺【Premium Material】 Made of waterproof denim, mesh cloth and rubber elastic, prevent sweat corrosion and protect your bicycle framework.
☺【Easy Installation】Attached with a Velcro strap . easy to setup and remove, takes only a few minutes.
☺【Convenient Carry】 Lightweight and portable, the sweat guard can be folded and storage as you like.
☺【Wide Appliaction】 Sweat-catching net designed for bike training, fits most road and mountain bikes.
☺【Bike Sweat Guard】Package including 1 * bike sweatband. Great accessory for you bike.

I was looking for this type of guard to prevent sweat getting onto my spin bike. Usually goes for $20 but, this one looks the same and the price is right. There are some cheaper ones available but, they are shipped from China and takes long. This one is shipped by Amazon and eligible for prime.

UPDATE:
Got mine, I would say the fit is pretty good. Serves its purpose well. Doesn’t hinder resistance switching at all. I would say if before the reach to the knob on the scale of 10 was 10, now it’s 9. Very little effort. After workout I don’t need to waste time to wipe the frame.

Bike Sweat Guard, Waterproof Bicycle Sweat Absorb Band Bicycle Sweat Net Catcher for Road Bike and Mountain Bike https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B07M6YY3M8/ref ... F26XR06QRR

UPDATE: price went down by $1.40 to $11.49
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Newbie
Mar 12, 2013
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Toronto
Not trying to be cheeky, but a small towel could also work. I always like to think about whether or not I can satisfy the purpose of a new product with something else I already have; make things more versatile if I can.
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Feb 28, 2011
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BramptonRFDer wrote: Not trying to be cheeky, but a small towel could also work. I always like to think about whether or not I can satisfy the purpose of a new product with something else I already have; make things more versatile if I can.
Yep. There is always someone who knows better.
If you do spinning then, you know you are moving a lot. So do I and, my small towel that I have used so far sometimes falls down either on the floor or onto my shoes. Then, I need to unclip and reach for it. Of course this doesn’t happen to you... And this guard is cheap enough not to impact my financial wellbeing and, to make my life little easier and less frustrating. At least during my workout. After all we’re all finding something to make our life little more convenient and less frustrating.
Of course not everyone needs it.
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Jan 2, 2010
463 posts
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Be careful if you have a long reach on your bike. I bought it for my 58cm frame road bike earlier but I had to return it because it's simply not long enough to attach to both end
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sparklo wrote: Be careful if you have a long reach on your bike. I bought it for my 58cm frame road bike earlier but I had to return it because it's simply not long enough to attach to both end
I just measured. The distance between my seatpost and handlebars are slightly more than this guard. But, it says that the tail strap is elastic so it will stretch another five inches. At least according to the pic below. Even adding few more inches to tail strap will do the trick
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Apr 30, 2020
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Vancouver
i use one of these and it does a way better job than a small towel. small towel doesn't drape properly.
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Nov 1, 2010
5334 posts
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Kanata
Sweating on my bike is extra motivation lol
Uh, yeah, I'd like to speak to a Mr. Tabooger, first name Ollie.
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Feb 28, 2011
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Tabooger wrote: Sweating on my bike is extra motivation lol
Does it include scrubbing your dried sweat off the bike?
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Jan 8, 2019
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gena_mak wrote: Yep. There is always someone who knows better.
If you do spinning then, you know you are moving a lot. So do I and, my small towel that I have used so far sometimes falls down either on the floor or onto my shoes. Then, I need to unclip and reach for it. Of course this doesn’t happen to you... And this guard is cheap enough not to impact my financial wellbeing and, to make my life little easier and less frustrating. At least during my workout. After all we’re all finding something to make our life little more convenient and less frustrating.
Of course not everyone needs it.
If your spin bike is moving around so much that your towel falls off you gotta increase your resistance...
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Feb 28, 2011
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sleepyhound wrote: If your spin bike is moving around so much that your towel falls off you gotta increase your resistance...
...i hope it’s a joke
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Mar 11, 2004
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Useless. Absolutely useless. Not much sweat goes on the actual top tube. Most of your sweat will go down your hands and you will see pools of sweat on the floor under your handlebar. Just use a towel on your bike after you are done.

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