I'm with younaefearjustbeer said:I will ride in any temperature as long as the roads are clear of snow or frost. It was snowing here last night but the roads were clear so i took the scooter in to work. It is approximatly 25min ride at 65 mph. I dont know how cold the temperature was but the wind chill is the problem. I have just got a new pair of waterproof boots and gloves. and they keep my fingers and toes fairly comfortable. although my fingertips were a bit cold when i got to work.
What extra gear do you use when in the below 35 range? The only thing that really bothers me in the cold is my hands. What kind of gloves do you sport in the cold?katana600 said:As long as it's clear and dry I can ride in about any temperature.(I may ride a length of time,however,determined by the degree of cold)
Ask me to tell ya about my dual sport riding while stationed on Alaska sometime!!
Mongers1, what gloves do you normally use in real cold weather?mongers1 said:I'll ride to work in any weather. It usually doesn't get much below 0 celcius here (Melb, Aust).
The wind chill really gets to you. Layers on the body and feet are fine but it is hard to find the right pair of gloves.