Learn all about how to get your bike ready for safe winter cycling, and how to protect your bike against extreme weather conditions. We include information on choosing the right bike for winter cycling, how to service your bike for extreme weather cycling, and how to choose the right components for your bike for winter cycling.
Winter cycling can be challenging, especially if you live in a climate that gets both cold AND wet. However, safe winter cycling is possible and even enjoyable, with careful planning and a little expense. Comfortable, safe winter cycling comes down to preparing your bike, preparing yourself, and having the right equipment. Here is a complete guide to safe winter cycling.
Reelight Rl721 bike lights are a set of front and rear bike lights. They are always on because they are powered by your bike’s movement. Put them on your bike and never be caught without bike lights again.
How to use bike reflectors to be more visible to other road users at night. This is a cheap and easy way to make cycling in the dark safer – just invest in a little reflective tape! You could save your life for ten dollars.
Winter cycling can be a challenge, but our top nine tips for safe winter cycling will help to keep you safe. Our tips are based on decades of experience of cycling through extremely tough winters, including endless rain and below freezing temperatures
Tips for dressing for winter cycling. This post explains how to dress in layers and keep your core, head, hands, feet and other parts warm and dry for comfy, safe, winter cycling. We also recommend tried-and-trusted products that will make winter cycling more comfortable. Plus a free tip to keep your feet dry.
This post provides tips for keeping your feet warm and dry for winter cycling. It’s not easy, but it can be done with proper planning and the right gear. The post includes tips on some nifty gear that will help to keep your feet warm and dry. We also recommend FREE items that will help keep your feet dry – you already have these, but you might not have thought of wearing them on your feet!
Here is everything you need to know about how to choose the best cycling balaclava for winter cycling. To save you tons of research time, we have a chart that carefully compares 7 of the best cycling balaclavas. Then, we have more details about each of these 7 balaclavas, including videos.
Flashing lights and bikes are strongly associated together, but flashing bike lights can actually cause problems at times. When should you use flashing bike lights, and when is it not a good idea? Here’s a guide to when to use your bike lights in flashing mode. Post also includes guidance on how to use your bike lights during the day and the night.
This is a review of my Adidas Tycane Pro Cycling glasses, after 8 years of using them for cycling and driving, in every kind of weather, from bright sun to snow. Adidas hydrophobic cycling glasses incorporate advanced lens technology to protect your eyes and give you the best possible vision. Back then I thought I might just have found the perfect cycling glasses for protection from sun, cold, and wind. Eight years on, how are they holding up?
Here are links to our best and most popular posts about cold weather cycling. Whether you are planning to get your bike ready for winter, wondering if you should buy that super-bright flashing bike light (spoiler … maybe hold off on that one), or wondering how you are going to stay warm and dry on your bike, we have you covered! Our most popular winter cycling posts include advice on how to cycle safely in winter, how to dress for winter cycling, which waterproof panniers to use to protect your stuff, how to use bike lights without annoying other cyclists, and how to get your bike ready for winter.
At this time of the year, it’s time to start thinking about how we are going to be comfortable cycling through fall and winter. Luckily, we have lots of posts to help you with that. Check out our most popular posts about cycling in cold weather …
5 compelling motivations to keep you cycling through the winter. It can be hard to stay motivated and keep cycling when the days are long and cold. Check out these 5 motivations to help you keep on cycling, so you can keep on experiencing the many mental and physical health benefits of cycling.
Here are quick links to our Best Posts about Winter Cycling. Check them out – we’ve tried to cover all of the most important issues and questions about winter cycling.
Here are our top 10 tips for winter cycling. Winter cycling can be challenging, especially if you live in a climate that gets both cold AND wet. However, comfortable winter cycling is possible and even enjoyable, with careful planning and a little expense.