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    looking for gloves for exercise bike

    i should have been more specific, i'm a quad with no use of my hands so i need some gloves that will attach to the grips in some way, the gloves i have are made of a hard leather that leave marks, i've checked around but haven't found anything, if anyone has any info i would appreciate it

    sean

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    expensive!

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    Gloves for quickie Mach 2 bike. I make gloves for my son who loves them for his bike

    Quote Originally Posted by s.m.kelley
    i should have been more specific, i'm a quad with no use of my hands so i need some gloves that will attach to the grips in some way, the gloves i have are made of a hard leather that leave marks, i've checked around but haven't found anything, if anyone has any info i would appreciate it

    sean
    Sean, My son has a Quickie Mach2 bike and I make his gloves. He loves them . Email me @ ehowerton@nc.rr.com. We'll talk! E!mma

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    What kind of bike is it? I have quad grips that will fit any saratoga bike. They don't require any hand/wrist function. I got them with my bike and didn't use them. I would sell them to you at half the original price.

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