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One piece woes - April 8, 2007, 07:15 PM

Ok normally a 1-piece is worn on the track, but what if you are riding in a group or what ever. You got your wallet and cell phone. Where do you put it?
I guess you could put it under your seat, but not all bikes have a abundance of storage space. Do they make a holster or something like that, that you can wear under the suit?

Some 1 pieces have a pocket, but mines doesn't. Any suggestions or am i just simply asking for something that doesn't happen enough (the nature of 1 pieces for track only) to be warranted.


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I smell her arm pits and i damn near threw up!!!!
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April 8, 2007, 07:20 PM

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April 8, 2007, 08:15 PM

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Ok normally a 1-piece is worn on the track, but what if you are riding in a group or what ever. You got your wallet and cell phone. Where do you put it?
I guess you could put it under your seat, but not all bikes have a abundance of storage space. Do they make a holster or something like that, that you can wear under the suit?

Some 1 pieces have a pocket, but mines doesn't. Any suggestions or am i just simply asking for something that doesn't happen enough (the nature of 1 pieces for track only) to be warranted.
That is what you get for buying race type leathers rather than something meant for sport touring.

































































you should have asked more questions
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April 8, 2007, 08:15 PM

Doesnt your VFR have some sort of storage space?? Put it in there.
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April 8, 2007, 08:30 PM

yeah it does. Ive actually had my phone and wallet in there. I just have to stop and check it to see if I have had calls. If I am wearing jeans, I just put the phone on vibrate and put it in my pocket.

No biggie. Ill just have to stop and check when I take a break.


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Stinky:
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Im so excited im about to pre-blast in my pants.....then....it hits me...
I smell her arm pits and i damn near threw up!!!!
..........

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April 8, 2007, 09:18 PM

Sever the fucking cord man, for christ sakes!
If you stop, check your phone. It's not like you're going to feel the vibration and tell your entire group to pull over so you can circle jerk about some random bullshit.

If you're so busy that you can't be away from your phone, then maybe you shouldn't be out on a group ride.


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April 9, 2007, 12:02 AM

I'd add a +1 for the tank bag but you could always put it in the storage area. Besides you can't really get to your phone anyway if you feel it on vibrate, before I wised up I use to keep my phone in my pocket in my pants, never felt it. After coming to my senses I realized that a cell phone won't feel so great if you went down and landed on it.


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I After coming to my sense I realized that a cell phone won't feel so great if you went down and landed on it.
+1

I had a broosed hip from my Nextel after landing on it during a freak Gold cart crash,That had very many similarities to a motorcycle crash.

If you are worried about who is calling you than you are going to miss out on the fun of riding. The thing i enjoy most about riding is the fact that it is just my time nobody can bother me.

Turn the phone off and enjoy the ride.


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April 9, 2007, 01:13 AM

just recently i bought some industrial strength velcro and attached loop side right next to the ignition and the hook side of the velcro to the back of my phone...so now whenever i go out i just stick it there and it's fine, it's on there pretty good so it won't fall off.
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April 9, 2007, 01:16 AM

If you're riding then the cell phone should be the last thing on your mind. When you stop you check it ... until then ... RIDE.


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Sever the fucking cord man, for christ sakes!
If you stop, check your phone. It's not like you're going to feel the vibration and tell your entire group to pull over so you can circle jerk about some random bullshit.

If you're so busy that you can't be away from your phone, then maybe you shouldn't be out on a group ride.
Yao is harsh on his delivery but the point remains the same. If you are expecting something other than trying to enjoy a good ride, don't ride. A tank bag is good for all kinds of things like a Speed pass or extra cash. You just don't want to answer phones at the light and mess up the flow of the ride. You may get Punked!!! Please try to enjoy though.

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April 9, 2007, 04:32 AM

^^ but if you do decide to do something with your phone or anything else try not to wear it with the suit. Since trunk space is already an issue it seems do what VABoy suggested. I also used the industrial velcro. On the inside of the windscreen is where I stuck my phone, work badge, smart tag or gps; although never all of them at once. That would be too busy.

The velcro is super strong and will not shake loose so you can relax and enjoy the ride.
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It's like going to the gym to work out but sitting at a machine and reading a paper and not working out. FOCUS MAN!!!
well said, well said.


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Sever the fucking cord man, for christ sakes!
If you stop, check your phone. It's not like you're going to feel the vibration and tell your entire group to pull over so you can circle jerk about some random bullshit.

If you're so busy that you can't be away from your phone, then maybe you shouldn't be out on a group ride.
Ever hear of being on-call? Being in the IT field, you should know what thats about. I'll just put it in the back and deal with it. Thanks everyone.

P.S. Before anyone says "then dont ride while on-call". Well Im on-call for 2 weeks at a time, so thats no option.


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I smell her arm pits and i damn near threw up!!!!
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