One of our favorite winter pieces. These mitts are super functional, easy to put on the bike, and will allow you to wear a thinner layer on your hands when riding. Bar Mitts are available for Road and Mountain / Commuter style bars and simply slide over your bars, shifters and brakes. The neoprene is wind and waterproof and will do a fantastic job keeping your digits warm.
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A long, thermal pant or thermal bibs with leg warmers will get you back in the saddle on those painfully cold days. With options from Castelli, Specialized, and even our own CBC Thermal bibs, you can expect to spend a little bit of money up front, but these should last you several seasons and will extend your miles through the colder season.
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Skratch Hot Cider
Colder weather moves your body fluid from your extremities to your core and can dehydrate you quickly. Don't forget to hydrate before, during and after your rides. Make it fun with Skratch Labs Apple Cinnamon flavored mix. Heat it up in a portable tumbler and you've got hot cider for your next adventure ride.
Imagine if a turtle neck top lets you adjust and remove the turtle neck. Neck gaiters can be worn in a myriad of ways to keep your neck, face, and head warm on those deep winter rides. Keep it around your neck to keep the core warmer, or pull it up over the face and ears to go full-on toasty ninja-mode.
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Most riders who take on the cold will tell you the feet and the hands are problem areas without the right equipment. Merino socks help regulate cold and warm temperatures better than cotton and synthetic alternatives and will wick moisture away from your skin to help keep your dry and warm.