Cycling in the Winter
Sick of staring at the same wall while pedaling for hours on the indoor trainer? Expand your horizons with these tips and gear choices for winter cycling.
If the weather is putting a damper on your enthusiasm for riding this winter, maybe it's because you're not prepared! Update your winter-riding gear and you'll be ready to face the chill.
Don't let the cool winter weather keep you off your bike. Here are four tips to help you manage your layers, keep your feet warm and stay hydrated so you can survive a winter riding.
Winter weather is here. Consequently, we may not be as prepared for the cold onslaught as we should be. Here are some tips on how to dress properly and stay warm on the bike.
It is when people don't think of the weather as cold that there is a higher risk for problems. Windy or wet conditions, no matter the temp, can be dangerous for cyclists. Use this advice to prepare for the elements.
Sometimes it can be as tricky to avoid overheating as it is to stay warm. Smart selections about how you dress can make your winter cycling enjoyable.
Saddle time in the winter is essential for a good start to next season. So how do you outfit a bike to be both durable and practical to your off-season training?
For those that live in relatively mild climates, winter is an excellent time to get outside and enjoy the cooler temperatures with the appropriate gear. Here are a few key accessories from Pearl Izumi.
For the hearty winter cyclist, proper hydration is almost an afterthought. But contrary to this belief, fluid replacement during the cold months is as important as it is during the summer.
Let's face it: it's cold out there. But that doesn't have to stop you from getting on your bike. Good preparation and a bit of patience can be the start of you making habit out of winter riding.
Now that cold winter weather has settled into most parts of the country, it's time to break out the trainer, turn on the TV and sweat the hours away, right? Not necessarily. These five tips will help keep you on the road all winter long.
As you head to the mountains to go skiing this winter you just may see people with mountain bikes on their racks as well as skis. Winter mountain biking is growing as rapidly as snowshoeing did in the early 1990s.
It's imperative for cyclists who ride in the dark to have lights--often it's the law. Here's how you can increase the odds a car will see you, and that you'll see the pothole, root or whatever lies in your path.
Whether you're riding home from work in winter or out on a late-day training ride in summer, staying visible is important. Try these three reflective offerings from Nathan Sports.
Try these tips and gear suggestions to stay motivated to ride and increase your cycling comfort when it's cold.
Want to start bike commuting, but don't know how to make the change? Two hard-core riders offer advice on weathering your two-wheel trip to work.
The mere thought of training when it is cold and windy may discourage many cyclists. But with the right approach to the weather, training during this season can be both beneficial and enjoyable.