I went out riding dirt this past weekend and when I say 'dirt' I mean mud. I guess it was once dirt before the huge rain came the night before we rode. If you are from down south you'll know the kind of mud I'm talking about. This was the red sticky clay that's slicker than snail shit and stains like blood on a white sheet!
Any ol who...after 6 hours of riding the bikes were completely orange with mud. I'm thinking, "Well that was fun, too bad I'm gonna spend the next 4 hours washing this bitch.".
We get to my buddies house and rinse off the big chunks of caked on goo. I start looking for my ol stand by, Simple Green, but he pulls out this stuff he got from CycleGear called Mr. Moto Wash. It's a pink liquid that smells like a spring day mixed with cotton candy. He tells me to use this stuff and that it works great. I'm skeptical but I proceed to spray the stuff on anyways. After I covered the bike I went to start scrubbing. My buddys asks me what I'm doing saying that you don't need to scrub anything; Mr. Moto scrubs himself! Even more skeptical I agree to play along knowing that if I have to clean it again I'll be using his chemicals anyways so I don't have anything to loose.
I go to rinse it off and I shit you not, you'd think I sprayed the bike with a 5000psi pressure washer filled with 800 degree gasoline! That thing was clean!
I felt like I was in an infomercial. Almost too go to be true. Needless to say, next time I'm in CycleGear I'm gonna get me some Mr. Moto!