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    Iditarod Bike Race

    What is the name of those gloves some riders use that are adapted to the handlebar in these type of races?

    Where can i purchase them?

    they look like big Oven mittens on each side of the handlebar...

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    They are called pogies.
    http://www.mec.ca/Products/product_d...=1102424662453

    Just do a search for cycling pogies and you will turn up more options.
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    Quote Originally Posted by teamdicky
    They are called pogies.
    http://www.mec.ca/Products/product_d...=1102424662453

    Just do a search for cycling pogies and you will turn up more options.
    THANKS A LOT. ITS HARD HERE IN MINNESOTA. thank yOU REALLY MUCH THANKS..!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pink Pony
    What is the name of those gloves some riders use that are adapted to the handlebar in these type of races?

    Where can i purchase them?

    they look like big Oven mittens on each side of the handlebar...
    A friend of mine makes 'em in Michigan: http://www.trails-edge.com/retail/te...mfbikemits.htm

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    the link doesn't work?

    can you give me his email or website.?

    gracias

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    go to www.trails-edge.com
    then look through the web site.
    If you have problems, drop mike, aka sherpaboy@trails-edge.com
    Wayne

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    Alaska Pogies

    Bill and Kathi Merchant of Alaska Ultrasport use some Alaska Manufactured ones that are well thought out - made in "Two Rivers" Alaska - or something like that - I like mine, warm at -20 and roomy enough for some snacks... just be carefull that those are only snicker bars if you are gathering from the snow after a spill on the iditarod Dog trail...

    Check out BillM on the Alaska Forum
    "I get a buzz from being cold and wet ~ the pleasure seems to balance out the pain" - Blue, Red and Grey The Who By Numbers

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