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32 degrees this morning on the way to work
Well, that and the road salt/gravel the DOT puts on the road from the storm one week prior to the days ride. A "friend's friend of mine" (i.e. me) ended up lowsiding around a blind turn covered with the stuff. :sadSVS said:Pffft - pussies...
As long as there isn't ice on the roads, it's fine I've ridden in snow storms before - not something I'd recommend, though :lol
as far as i'm concerned it's never to cold to ride unless it's to cold to walk outside. it's been between 25-45 here this week depending on the time of day and i haven't stopped riding, haven't even been cold yet. just gotta wear warmer gear.nitrous36 said:Whats the coldest temperature you would ride in? I usually dont ride in anything below the mid 60's. As you already know winter is setting in. Its 55 degrees right now but I want to ride badly. Is 55 to cold to ride in even when wrapped up? Whats the coldest temp you will ride in?
Thanks for that info. I've been known to put a trash bag on under my (perforated) suit to block the wind. This seems like a little better idea. I've come back from a few rides where I was just fuggin NUMB.Sportbike Track Gear said:We have this new cold weather wind proof gear from Knox called Cold Killers. It is a base layer that allows no wind to penetrate. Bad ass stuff, make cold weather riding much more comfortable.