C or F?Originally Posted by Yojimbo_ .
Temperatures are below zero overnight here right now and that means it's a bit cool for the morning commute to work.
But there's really no problem staying warm - you just layer up and after a few minutes of effort it's good. In fact, on yesterday's ride in I overheated and had to make some clothing adjustments to cool down a bit.
Originally Posted by sitzmark .
Found this while hunting for something else .... http://triathlons.thefuntimesguide.com/2008/10/winter_cycling_gear.php
Good info without having to key it all in from scratch. Check out the "temp guide". Most important words - "guideline" ..." experiment"
Originally Posted by Yojimbo_ .
The wind is your friend. It makes you work harder so you get stronger.
That being said, I don't like the wind either.
Originally Posted by SierraSlim .
[COLOR= #0000ff]Hey, Joe![/COLOR]
[COLOR= #0000ff]I hate the wind, too -- but I do love being near the ocean. How lucky are you!! If I lived close enough, I would probably learn to swim and let THAT be my exercise of choice, although at this point it would be hard ever to give up cycling. I gotta admit, though, the wind... is just plain nasty. I never knew I made such a good kite before, lol. [/COLOR]