Indoor cycling tips: five ways to sweatproof your bike for indoor riding and racing

There is a certain sense of satisfaction that comes along with an extra sweaty indoor cycling trainer session and, we would venture a guess that over the past year just about everybody has logged a few more of these than usual. 

By now, we’ve all seen the photos of sweat-corroded handlebars or maybe you pulled back your bar tape to reveal a salty stalactite (or is it a stalagmite?), the waterfall of perspiration cascading onto your bike as you chase an attack on Zwift can wreak havoc on bearings, bolts and everything else that falls within the splash zone. 

Katherine E. Ackerman

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