Cold Weather Clothing

It’s that time of year again. Cold weather is coming and is here to stay. To some the choice of commuting by bike or driving to work is starting to become a harder choice.

Dressing appropriately may help persuade you to continue riding and assist to make your commute more enjoyable. I found an ARTICLE that might lend a hand on what to wear on your next bike ride.

Layers, layers, and more layers. The best way to prepare yourself for the weather is to wear it all in layers. You can peel off layers as the weather (or yourself) warms up. Another advantage – wicking. The layers closest to your skin can be made of your favorite wicking material: Coolma. ®, polypropylene, even wool. It’s best to keep your skin as dry as possible in the cold, or you’ll get clammy and miserably cold.

For a more specific list of items on what to wear, check THIS out.

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