How To Dress For Cool-Weather Cycling!

All it takes to enjoy winter cycling is the right clothing. So we carry a full selection to keep you warm, dry and comfortable. Follow our guidelines below then dress in layers with heavier outer layers for rain, snow or high winds. Fat tires, steep hills and soft surfaces slow you off road, resulting in less wind-chill. So wear slightly lighter clothing, yet be prepared for colder temps on open roads and descents by carrying a vest or jacket.

Learn more about winter wear here. Then drop by to try some on!
When you're dressed right, you'll laugh at Jack Frost!
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Arm Warmers fit in a pocket and simply slip on/off.
Moisture-Wicking Base Layers keep you dry and comfy.
Light Gloves keep hands warm when it's cool.
Wind Vests keep your body heat in and winter's chill out.
Knee Warmers protect your precious knees preventing injury.
Long Sleeve Jerseys are warm, form fitting and great looking.
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Wool Socks are wonderfully warm even when wet.
Light Jackets shield you from wind and water and are easily carried
Lightweight Lycra Tights save your legs and knees from winter's bite.
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Hold your heat with a Helmet-Friendly Hat.
Fleece-Lined Vests keep you warm and toasty.
Booties beat the wind, water and cold.
Lined Gloves are the ticket for happy digits.
You'll ride high and dry with Rain Pants.
Ride no matter how cold and wet it is in an All-Weather Jacket.
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Balaclavas protect your face and lungs.
Thermal Jackets are ready for anything.
When the mercury plummets Thermal Tights save the day.