Note: This is the sixth installment in a series of articles on winter cycling. I hope to have the entire series finished by November and then publish it as a free PDF book that you can download from this website (the working title is, “A Guide To Winter Cycling”).
No one wants to have cold feet during a winter bike ride. Fortunately, there are so many ways to keep your toes warm that you shouldn’t ever have a problem regardless of the temperature. In this article I am going to present several options that you can try during winter rides. We are going to start with keeping your feet warm in mild weather and work our way down to temperatures far below freezing.
Winter Cycling Socks: I hate to state the obvious, but the easiest way to keep your feet warm is to wear thicker socks. Wool socks…
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