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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 10-24-2008, 11:12 AM Thread Starter
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How to protect your face when riding on a rainy day?

I am working on an innovation project for my Managing Users' Innovation course. We are trying to find innovative solutions to our concerning problem about bicycles that is when itís raining, your face is not protected. How can you keep your face dry without obstructing your vision and therefore your safety? Do you have any suggestions? Thank you very much for your support. Welcome to contact me: [email protected].
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post #2 of 11 (permalink) Old 10-25-2008, 08:51 AM
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well having the shield is better than riding with a open shield, 40mph water drops hurt!!!

I dont think there is anything you can do.... but what I do is after there is too much water droplets on the shield.... I turn my head to the right and the drops slice off because of the wind, then i turn my head to the left and the drops slice off again.... repeat

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Full-face helmet while on a bicycle? I think I'll deal with the rain.

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maybe its his geographical language?

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Easy on the throttle, steady on the gears, roll her over gently and she'll last for many years.
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I dunno. Bicycles are pretty popular in Denmark. In fact, I've heard Copenhagen is one of the most bicycle-friendly cities in the world.

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Go pick up your favorite pair of Oakley sunglasses, and grab the Oakley hydrophobic treatment solution while your at it. Bikers usually prefer the M frame. Slap on a coating of the hydrophobic treatment solution and your ready to roll.

http://oakley.ca/mframe
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this could work....
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Easy on the throttle, steady on the gears, roll her over gently and she'll last for many years.
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full-face helmet is one solution


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i remove the helmet and feel rain on my face . Thats realy sensational !!


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It is sensaional to feel rain on face but at the time heavy rain, it become important to protect our face. Helmet is one of the best option to get protect our face from heavy rain.

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