RoadID

November 26, 2006 at 11:21 pm 1 comment

I mountain bike a lot, and these days I’m usually by myself. What would happen if I had an accident? Who would tell the first aid people about my allergies, who my doctor was, and who they should contact in my emergency?

These are the questions asked by the founders of RoadID, an I.D. system for cyclists, hikers, runners, and other athletes. Their solution is the RoadID. Available in ‘dog tag’, wrist band, ankle strap, and shoe pouch styles, each stainless steel plate holds whatever ID information you want to put on it.

This product could (and has) saved lives. Get RoadID before your next adventure.

Here’s the link to their site.

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Entry filed under: Health and Wellness, Mountain Biking.

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  • 1. Christine  |  November 27, 2006 at 10:08 am

    This is a great idea. When I used to run a lot, in the runners magazines there was a shoe tag id that you could get, which laced into your shoes.

    The whole thing is pretty nifty!

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