With cold weather, there are two options: put your bike away for the few months or gear up like a boss and brave the cold. This piece is for the later.
Have you ever wondered why your toes and finger tips are the first to feel the cold when the temperatures drop? Well, when your core starts to feel cold, your body goes into survival mode. Warm blood stops flowing into your extremities to keep the vital organs in your core warm. Scientists can explain it better but you get my gist.
Thanks to technology, staying warm on your bike isn’t rocket science. With some adjustments you can easily ride through the cold. I am not talking about layering clothes up but going for quality instead of quantity. The modern cyclist can take advantage of heated garments that make use of rechargeable batteries. Also, there are materials that lock out … Read More