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The cooling vest looks like a great idea but I agree that my legs get cooked in hot weather and slow traffic. Someone suggested getting saddle chaps like on www.coolthighs.com and I will be looking into that soon.

Also, I've been using Bugslide to clean my windshield and mirrors (and often everything else). $20 for a standard sized bottle but a little goes a long way, especially with a microfiber cloth.

Susan VonderBecke
Fork Union, VA
Monday, July 27, 2009
HOGSWIPE nation baby...
Hogswipe is the best and only cleaner for my bike. It's not a pitch, these guys really have a great product that's worth every penny. If you love your bike.... you will love HOGSWIPE! Show them some love.

I am not paid, endorsed, or anything by these guys but after trying all of the waterless cleaners, it's clear they are the best. It's a HOGSWIPE nation!



Erik Emoney
Lake Worth, FL
Friday, February 20, 2009
Something we use to mitigate the heat from the engine is a thing we got from CoolThings.com. You might check out the Web site.

Beth
Ashburn, VA
Tuesday, July 15, 2008
I thought the Veskimo cooling system interesting and useful, but the ones available from www.mistymate.com and local retailers without the vest are far less expensive. Theirs include a purse and shoulder pressurized system, and they also offer waist mounted back, face and torso cooling units from prices ranges from under $20. I personally own three of these water and air pressurized units, and thanks to ice cube trays from Bed, Bath and Beyond that make icicle shaped ice cubes, I can keep them cool for many hours.

Michelle Gauthier
Los Angeles, CA
Monday, July 7, 2008
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