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How to put on a Bib

Bib for walking / running/ swimming / cycling.
17 Apr 2024
Others

An optional bib to put on while walking/running/swimming/cycling or moving. 

Please download your bib here or from the resource pack . You may customise your bib, add your name, then attached to the front of your t-shirt.

You may be wondering how to put on your race bib. It can be hard to stick your bib onto your t-shirt once you have worn it. It may appear uneven, or more to one side of the t-shirt when you try to pin it in the middle.  You may ask a friend to help you stick your bib on. If you decide to stick the bib on your own, you have three options: 

1. Put double sided tape at the back on your bib, remove the labels on the other side on the tap and stick the bib on your t-shrit.

2. Use Bib Magnets / small safety pin on the bib as you are wearing your t-shirt and roll with it. Make sure you use all four pins, as there is no guarantee that two-three pins will keep your bib intact for the entire race.

3. Use Bib Magnets / small safety pin your bib onto your t-shirt while you are not wearing it. Lay your t-shirt flat and set the bib down where you would like to pin it on. Be sure to only pin through the first layer of the t-shirt so that you can wear it accordingly. 

Below are some videos on how to put bib on.

https://youtu.be/MxUmumhO4Fw?si=MpphqF9-690pNGyr

 

https://youtu.be/Rz1JYYmoGUU?si=FiZZvtYxAni_Fa3I

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