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The Clean Girl’s Guide to Cycling

The Clean Girl’s Guide to Cycling: How to Clean Everything from Bar Tape to Sports Bras

clean-girl-How to Clean Everything from Bar Tape to Sports BrasBy Sarah Bonner

Have you ever ruined your cycling gear because you didn’t know how to properly clean it? Everything from your bicycle to your cycling shoes needs to be properly cleaned in order to maintain it and extend its use. Cycling gear is becoming increasingly high-tech, including the fabric that shorts and jerseys are made of. Throw them in the wrong kind of wash with the wrong kind of detergent and you could soon be shelling out $100 to $150 for another pair. Not to mention cycling shoes –  another investment that takes a beating on the bike. Getting covered in dirt and grime on the outside and lots of sweat on the inside, pee-yew! Find out how to get them stink-free and shiny like new again with the help of a dishwasher. (Don’t try this without the detailed instructions in this e-book.)

The Clean Girl’s Guide to Cycling takes the guesswork out of caring for your cycling gear. With 20 pages of detailed cleaning instructions, including easy cleaning tips from the pros, your gear will last longer and look better. Protect your cycling gear by learning how to care for it safely.

The Clean Girl’s Guide to Cycling  shows you how to safely clean your:

  • Bike – frame and components
  • Gears
  • Bar tape
  • Computers
  • Helmet
  • Sunglasses
  • Cycling apparel
  • Sports bras
  • Gloves with leather
  • Cycling shoes
  • Heart rate monitor . . . and more

The Clean Girl’s Guide to Cycling: How to Clean Everything from Bar Tape to Sports Bras

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Sarah Bonner
Sarah Bonner has lived and cycled in Canada, Africa, and Europe. She competes as a cyclist, runner, and duathlete at an amateur level and has a special interest in nutrition and sport science. With a masters in English and a diploma in sports management, Sarah combines her love of writing and passion for cycling to share honest advice and inspiring stories.

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