Keep Pedaling through The Cold

Halo, Good People!!

This time to prepare when winter come, we suggest the riders to invest in good quality apparels. It could be tough condition for cycling in winter, such as coldness with strong wind, cold rain, and steam that released from the heat of our body.

The good quality of cycling winter apparels, not only the material make you warm, but also breathable. Don’t wear the cotton because the sweat will damp in your clothes, and make your body colder, freeze and hard to move. These apparels from head to toe can protect our body, and make you comfortable to move even in the cold harsh.

  1. A base layer is the layer closest to your skin and should act as a constant ‘second skin’ throughout your day. Base layers provide a layer of warmth while absorbing and evaporating your sweat to keep you feeling warm and comfortable.








2. A solid pair of gloves is a must-have for any winter ride and you will want a pair with flexibility, and also keep your hands warm and dry.

3. A balaclava is a cover that fits snugly over your head and neck with a cutout for your face to keep it drier and warmer. If your face is cold, you can pull the balaclava up to just below your lower lip, covering your chin. Or raise it more to cover your mouth, or even your nose and cheeks so only your eyes are uncovered. Breathing through the fabric helps warm the air going into your lungs.

4. A cycling cap under the helmet can be handy in cold weather, as the peak will deflect the rain away from your eyes and it will keep your head warm.










5. Covershoes to protect from the cold, rain, and wind. Because if there’s anything that feels uncomfortable on the bike, it’s having to cycle with cold or wet feet.

6. Consider the purchase of a reflective cycling jacket. Keeping yourself visible to other road traffic through those dark months is imperative to keeping yourself safe. The good jackets are made with integrate further technologies to ensure they may be waterproof and wind-resistant, also to ensure they are light and breathable enough to be worn on the ride.

7. A good pair of cycling bib tights should be a staple piece of kit in your wardrobe for enjoyable road cycling through winter and colder months.

Be Prepared and Keep Pedaling!



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