How to Wash Your Cycling Clothing

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We wanted to give you some tips on how to make your cycling jerseys and bib shorts last the longest. 

We recommend:

Hand wash and hang dry or

Wash in machine at gentle cycle,  dry in machine a low temperature

We do not recommend:

Machine wash in other cycles then gentle

Drying in machine at high heat

Fabric softeners

Following these simple tips will keep you gear lasting longer

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