zesty apple asked in SportsCycling · 1 month ago

tips for keeping warm when cycling in the winter?

5 Answers

  • 1 month ago
    Best Answer

    One or two of these ideas might sound screwball...but they work. ūüí™ Surgical gloves under winter cycling gloves. The latex and/or vinyl traps body heat. Sandwich bags from Subway under wool socks will show the same results. IMHO...the best wool socks come from DeFeet International. These are GREAT! https://defeet.com/collections/woolie-boolie/produ...

    Get a balaclava from Pearl Izumi. https://www.pearlizumi.com/US/en/shop/unisex/hats/...

    Aero Tech Designs sells all kinds of winter cycling apparel from gloves to coats to thermal tights. https://www.aerotechdesigns.com/ Lobster gloves for super cold temps. Dress in layers. I'm no hero. But I've ridden in temps as low as 10 degrees Fahrenheit.

  • 4 weeks ago

    Keeping dry as possible is a must

    Light weight clothing, dress in layers

    Windproof is an added bonus (days below 45 you will feel windchills) 


    Thermals = under armour type (light to mid weight, not heavy-weight once blood if flowing becomes too much)

    Wool socks (warm and DRY) _____Ski gloves (warm, waterproof, flexible to use shifters/brakes, and most have a hand warmer pouch) Glacier Glove Ice Bay Neoprene Gloves (neoprene gloves, waterproof, all grip. I use on rainy days 45-65 degrees)180s ear warmers_____Dress in layers3-in-1 jacket (fleece and/or rain coat) Windproof fleece (cold/dry days) rain pants (wet days. snow pants, are too bulky thermals solve lack of warmth) 

  • Dr W
    Lv 7
    1 month ago

    wear warm clothing.

    load your cycle (uni, bi, or tri) on public transportation and find a seat on board

  • David
    Lv 6
    1 month ago

    Layered clothing. No cotton. Wool or synthetics. If you feel a sweat coming on, stop and adjust clothing.

    Bar mitts work great for keeping hands warm.

    I like clothes with windproof front panels and more breathable back panels. Pit zips also help.

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  • Jon
    Lv 7
    1 month ago

    - merino wool

    - windproof gloves

    - thin layers: trapped air is a good insulator and practically weightless.

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