How do you hang up bibs?

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  • How do you hang up bibs?
  • on and on
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    Got a pile of long and short bibs that get thrown into the wardrobe.
    Whatโ€™s the best way to hang them?

    freeagent
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    Use the small hangers which my daughters dresses come on – they have a slot on each side to stop the dress shoulder straps from slipping down.

    Gary_M
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    Why do you need to hand them up, I just put mine in a drawer. The only time they go on a hanger is when they’re drying – and they just go on anormal wooden hanger.

    Beaten to it, hangers that I think of as being for female clothes, with those slots. Bib strap in each slot, jobs a good’un.

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    Bibs go in a box or a drawer. I’ve never thought of hanging them up.

    daleftw
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    Peak Singletrack

    steve_b77
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    folded in my kit drawer

    brakes
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    I’d have to ask my wife
    #everydaysexism

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    folded shoved randomly in my kit drawer

    Fixed for me.

    natrix
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    Roll them up and store in a drawer, see https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0x5YPfAweic

    IHN
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    shoved randomly in my kit drawer

    Yup

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    I hang them so it’s obvious which are short, 3/4 or full length.

    I only ever hang mine up occasionally in the kids room at night to scare the bejeezers out of them

    MrSparkle
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    Screwed up and rammed into the ‘cycle shorts’ box in the wardrobe. That’s the one below the ‘cycle shirts’ box which in turn is under the ‘running stuff’ bag. Well organised, see.

    That’s the one below the ‘cycle shirts’ box which in turn is under the ‘running stuff’ bag

    I’ll hang up cycling tops, I’m not an animal.

    ๐Ÿ™‚

    mrblobby
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    Whatever you do, DO NOT google bib hanger ๐Ÿ˜ฏ

    on and on
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    Hanging because I have more hanging space than draw space.
    I have about 12 pairs all from the same brand but different lengths etc so getting annoyed with going though them all to find the ones I want.

    Kids hangers – good idea and a big box for gloves,hats and caps.

    Whatever you do, DO NOT google bib hanger

    Who knew such a thing existed? There’s some odd folk about.

    mrblobby
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    You were warned! ๐Ÿ™‚

    mcj78
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    I generally stuff all my cycling gear completely at random into one of those under-bed storage boxes, so that every time you want something (usually at 6am in the dark) you have to empty the entire bloody thing onto the floor & rake through it…

    Tonight I shall be roilling them up from the bottom & securing with the bib strap a’la that GCN vid – then every morning i’ll have to unravel them all to find the right ones adding extra faff to the equation ๐Ÿ˜†

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    I usually hang out of mine.

    You were warned!

    True. But c’mon it’s like having a massive red button with “DO NOT PRESS” written on it. You just got to give it a little poke.

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    You just got to give it a little poke.

    I just whack mine with a cold rolled up copy of Hello!

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    I loosely fold them.

    Leigh
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    Ours are hung up on hangers which are straight with clips on each end, I think they are for trousers etc but we just hook the shoulder straps over each end

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    Draped over everything in the house tbh.
    Jerseys get hung up.
    Bikes go In the bike cupboard.

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    on and on – Member
    Hanging because I have more hanging space than draw space.

    This +1 though if I’m riding a lot just get them off the drying rack. Any hanger with the slots of ladies clothes will do (ie the cheap plastic ones)

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    Usually I just fold bibs. I have a pair of nice, full length ones that I hang on a regular unisex hanger with notched shoulders just because they werenโ€™t cheap.

    stevemuzzy
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    Googled bib hanger. Instant regret. Then found a whole bloody forum dedicated to it! Place looks worse than here. Anyway to answer question when drying i use a hanger but they live in the drawer in the bike room.

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    shorts in cardboard box on top of wardrobe in the spare room
    tights & 3/4 in a big holdall in the wardrobe
    shirts in the bedside drawers (short sleeves, long sleeves, warm long sleeves)

    ๐Ÿ˜€

    Edit: Damn you, blobby ! ๐Ÿ˜†

    *starts to wonder about all the “gym/lifting” threads that crop up*

    mrblobby
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    You were all warned! ๐Ÿ˜†

    wilburt
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    I have a row of hooks in the little bathroom(which only I use), they all go on them just hanging by the straps.

    TiRed
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    I put them on an ordinary wire hanger under the relevant jersey, obviously. Then hang in the kit half of the wardrobe.

    Gary_M
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    I hang them so it’s obvious which are short, 3/4 or full length.

    I have a space in the drawer for short and another space for 3/4. I don’t do full length bibs as I hate having my legs fully covered when I’m on the bike.

    windyg
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    Wife leaves a neat pile on the bed of all my cycling gear, i pick it up and randomly throw it in to the large storage box in the cupboard.

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