Blackburn Sweat Net Bicycle Sweat Protector for Indoor Bicycle Trainers

Blackburn Sweat Net Bicycle Sweat Protector for Indoor Bicycle Trainers

Blackburn Sweat Net Bicycle Sweat Protector for Indoor Bicycle Trainers
@ Protect your bike and floor from corrosive sweat during your indoor sessions with Blackburn’s Sweat Net perspiration catcher.

  • Terry cloth superior construction
  • Fits most road and mountain bikes
  • Protects bike and floor from sweat

List Price: $ 13.45

Price: $ 7.96

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  1. 1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    It works. You might have to play with strap locations on handlebars to find comfort., January 29, 2017
    By
    Dan Huse (Woodbury, MN United States) –
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    I ride my road bike on a trainer in the winter, and I didn’t want it drenched in salty sweat. So, I gave in and bought one of these sweat nets.

    Plain and simple, it works. Once installed, you won’t be dripping on your bike. The widest part of the net is right below your face when you are holding the handlebars.

    I am giving the item 4 stars because I do not like the location where it suggested that you connect the front straps–right where your hands will likely go on the handlebars. Instead, I rigged mine up to the straight part of the bars closer to the stem and out of the way of my hands. Still, it worked fine.

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  2. 2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Save your headset and stem!, August 1, 2013
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    Z. Cavaricci (Dallas, TX) –

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    I had gone without one of these for several years, with about half my rides done indoors (mostly in winter). Recently I took my bike in to get it serviced and they had to repack my headset bearings which cost quite a bit of coin. I decided to invest in this sweat net, and although it is a rather simple design, it really saves your frame and headset from the corrosion of heavy sweat sessions on the trainer. I am a heavy sweater as it is, and my trainer sessions are done often at maximum intensity which leads to some ridiculous amounts of perspiration now soaked into the sweat net as opposed to my frame and headset.

    The net itself is made of a terry cloth type material, pretty thick so it will absorb a large amount before becoming over-saturated. The velcro design on the handlbars is not the most user-friendly, but once you get it on it gets the job done well. Machine washable and looks like it won’t fall apart for a while. Definitely recommend if you do a lot of rides on your trainer and you sweat a lot.

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  3. 2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Absorbent Bike Protection, February 21, 2016
    By
    SarahJB (Midwest) –

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    It does what it’s supposed too… The stretchable strap is great for the seat post; however, the Velcro straps for the handles aren’t as user friendly and sometimes get in the way of your grip. I train on parabolic rollers, so grip is important.

    It does a good job of catching and holding sweat.

    UPDATE: The other night I took a closer look at the straps. I figured that there had to be an easier way. I ended up taking one of the two straps on one side of the handle bar and wrapped it around similar to the bar tape and then to the second strap and overlaid it around the first. I did it this on the other side of the handle bar as well. This seemed to eliminate the straps getting in the way.

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