Road Id Sorry Been mentioned a few times in the past (which is where I heard about them)
May be a Stateside company, But I ordered mine one Sunday afternoon and it arrived the following Saturday Cost me £25 I think including postage
I really like my road ID - and it gives me some peace of mind when dearly beloved is an hour late back from a bike ride - at least I know someone will call when they find him! As long as he's wearing his of course....
Road ID also has room for you to put details of any medical conditions.
fat buddha wrote (see)
I have a roadID for the blondes - they are a means of someone getting in touch with your next of kin/emergency services if you are found lying by the roadside. roadID CramAlert
The Road ID is etched stainless steel
Which laces Loulabell ?
Your training cycling shoes, you race cycling shoes, you trail running shoes, you sprint tri pair or your marathon shoes ?
That was my point with the Cram alert, It's on one of my pairs of shoes, and I never bother to swap it,Come to go out training now, I reach into the box for my hrm and I stick that on one wrist and the road id on the other...
(Makes me sound like Meldy with all these shoes)
Peter Collins wrote (see)
These things are taller than you, LLB.
Check out the website www.absoluteid.co.uk. Recently launched UK based Absolute ID sells marine grade stainless steel Wrist ID tags, worn on silicone bands that are available in 4 different sizes and 6 colours. Personalised with your ICE contact and medical details they are essential for all runners. They retail at £11 + £2.50 p&p.
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