Road ID - Because you never know. No one plans to have an accident while out running, biking, or whatever it is you like to do. How many times have you been driving along and see another driver distracted, whether on their phone, yelling at their children, or just plain not paying attention? Road ID is having a holiday sale until November 24th with 10-60% off. I personally have 2 interactive ID's myself; one sport, and one slim wrist. The sport was my 1st, and I still love it, but needed a new band, so I just ordered one for less than $4. I chose interactive because my information may change, and a lot more information can be obtained quickly.
Sunday, November 10, 2013
|My bib collection a few months ago|
I've been pondering this question for about a year, and the number of race bibs I collect keeps growing (which by no means is bad!). 24 race bibs just sitting in my office. My favorite idea would be to transfer the bibs onto fabric and incorporate them into a quilt, but alas 24 bibs is a lot, but probably only a fraction of a quilt! So until I have enough bibs for my quilt here are a couple of ideas I liked:
Do it yourself bib coasters
Wine Bottle Stoppers
Racer Wall Frames
DIY Wall Plaques
Bibs hanging from a hook
I also stumbled across a photo book that had a copy of the bibs with race photos that was pretty neat! It was probably made on a site similar to Shutterfly. I do also love these Mile 22 bags, but at $175 I think I will have to pass! I did see a DIY version of it, but I wasn't impressed.
Do you have any creative ways to display your bibs?!