Same for skin; wash at least with a washrag daily, shower preferred. Most of the time I don't need anything extra, but there's Bag Balm, chamois butter, and talc if/when necessary.
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One driver out of a thousand will give you problems, but you only hear about the one. Furthermore, that one won't give you that much of a problem. I rode the entire TransAm with no close calls at all, and no visibly irritated motorists.
....SRAM has a master link that allows you to easily make or break your chain.....
Note : The SRAM PowerLink is NOT reusable like a standard master link . You can easily add one and if you need to break the chain it is the obvious choice to have its rivit driven out, but a new one is required each time.
My personal opinion is that U.S. 2 was fine from Columbia Falls into West Glacier. NT routes you on a beautiful back road that turns into a rough gravel road. No thanks, that part needs at least front suspension.
When did you ride that? We (April and myself) rode that part of the NT/Great Parks North last summer (July) and the unpaved section was fine with our bikes. It was mostly hard packed dirt. Neither of us had front suspension, and also had front bags. We were running 32mm/35mm tires. April didn't mind that section, and she HATES gravel.
Step 1. Read all the articles about sunscreen chemicals.
Step 2. Read all the articles about sunscreen effectiveness.
Step 3. Figure out which articles you believe, if any.
Step 4. From the articles you believe, make a list of the dangerous chemicals and a list of the effective chemicals.
Step 5. Read the ingredients on the sunscreens in the store.
Step 6. Select one contains the effective chemicals but not the dangerous chemicals.
If we each apply this procedure, we'll all walk out of the store with different brands. Some will walk out with nothing. Step 3 is the difficult step.
I think you missed what DaveB was saying, which is that the alleged "very toxic and harmful" ingreedients the OP says are in common sun screen at not toxic and harmful at all.
Wish there was a way to choose multiple choices on the poll.
It's strange how "science" (the map) sometimes declares one thing, and yet, sometimes our own experiences (anecdotal evidence) tells us something else.
Can't wait to see what happens when Pennsylvania's 4" passing law takes effect: