I usually just throw on a sweatshit with my leather jacket over it, and long underwear. I ride pretty much until it snows/sleets. Even then if the roads are clear I'm usually out pretty quick after it melts.any of you guys on board here do much winter riding??? any tips regarding it? i see that alot of you guys on here are from up north and i was wondering how you guys weather the cold cold weather that is coming upon us...:wave:
I usually just throw on a sweatshit with my leather jacket over it, and long underwear. I ride pretty much until it snows/sleets. Even then if the roads are clear I'm usually out pretty quick after it melts.
I just keep an eye out for sand in the corners/intersections and salt. And as they mentioned above take it easy until the tires warm up. Just remember the painted lines ( cross walk lines/street dividers etc.. ) will be extra slick too.
Yay warm Florida. 85*, 79% humidity, and thunderstorm warnings at the moment, lol.all you floridians rub it in..... lucky bastids!
i havent tried heat-treated gloves but i might invest. i wish i could be riding tonite to class but all this ******* rain from Fay. **** hurricans and tropical storms to the darkest pits of hell.
Fuckin bastard. im still in the 100sIt often drops to almost 50F in SoCal... in the middle of the night... at the dead of winter. BRRR!!
I suggest thicker gloved and maybe I'll put in the liner to my jacket for night riding. It's normally 65 during the day. I sweat if I wear the jacket liner during daylight.
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Yeah, that's tough. I spent a summer internship in Phoenix. I arrived in like June, and I thought it wasn't so bad; 90F and no humidity doesn't hurt at all. I didn't expect it'd get to 115F!Fuckin bastard. im still in the 100s