Author Topic: I have succumbed to buying Rainlegs  (Read 5796 times)

Re: I have succumbed to buying Rainlegs
« Reply #50 on: January 21, 2020, 10:44:52 pm »
I was imagining something more blanket-like, flatter, but... yeah. (See, that just shows what a brilliant idea it was! I think... )

Or just fit a front fairing on a recumbent which will keep you warm and the rain off for the most part. At least whilst moving.
If you don’t make time for exercise now, sooner or later you’ll need to make time for ill health.

Blodwyn Pig

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Re: I have succumbed to buying Rainlegs
« Reply #51 on: March 05, 2020, 12:50:23 pm »
@Kim & Phil W  .. I have an old lightweight cycling (summer cape) , t'was given to me  by a member of this parish, (it was his mums) , but being 6'2"  , it is woefully small.  If you'd like it to try as a 'bent 'proof garment , or even cut a wedge out, to trim its girth, you are most welcome,  first pm gets it.