In this post we present, for your convenience, quick links to our most popular posts on waterproof cycling gear. This includes waterproof cycling jackets, cycling pants, cycling balaclavas and winter cycling gloves. We hope this post will be a handy reference point for you to quickly find the information you need to be able to cycle in comfort this fall and winter.
This in-depth post with videos compares 7 of the best women’s cycling jackets, including windproof and waterproof cycling jackets. Includes a detailed table comparing the jackets, and explains the difference between windproof vs waterproof jackets. Whether you are looking for a waterproof cycling jacket, a windproof cycling jacket, or both – something in this post should do the trick!
Mrs. Average Joe Cyclist’s post and video review of plus sized cycling gear – cycling clothes that enable large women to cycle comfortably and in style.The post includes a video of Maggie trying out these plus sized cycling clothes, and sharing her opinions about them.
Ryders Thorn Photochromic Sunglasses are light sensitive, so in the dark they will remain clear and slowly darken as the sun comes out. They are lightweight, durable and very comfortable – yet do not cost an arm and a leg.
My Louie Garneau Santa Cruz cycling skort flatters my shape and is super-comfy for cycling. Best of all, my cycling skort gives me the flexibility to go from bike to restaurant without a change of clothes.
Mrs. Average Joe Cyclist’s review of her two favorite, go-to womens cycling jerseys – these two win top marks for style, comfort and durability. They are the Sugoi Women’s Ruby Jersey and the Pearl Izumi Women’s Rev Jersey.
In this Yakkay Bike Helmet Review, Maggie reviews her favorite cycling helmet. She loves it because it is both comfortable AND stylish.
Here’s my full review of the comfy, stylish Showers Pass Rogue Cycling Pants. I have been looking for some more stylish cycling clothes for quite some time. Full lycra/spandex is just not appropriate to meet for lunch or run errands. It hasn’t been easy to find pants that look good but are also functional. I want something quite styling – but on the other hand, I did not want to look like a Pearl Jam refugee in mountain bike attire either. This hasn’t been easy. However, I am really happy with the Showers Pass Rogue Cycling Pants. These pants are designed for men, but work well for women.