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09/28/2011

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Cub

Rain days are the best,

Kevin Wilson

I get (s)wet sic. riding in the dry, so never bother with waterproofs unless it is really tipping it down. But that is more to stop the wind chill.
I have to change at work anyway so as Matt implies, it is just a frame of mind.
Enjoy your ride whatever the weather.
Now who said "there is no such thing as bad weather, just inappropriate clothing"?

Kevin
London
England

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Rain is clean, only road grime and mud is dirty. Get yourself some fenders.

Also, your blinky lights are way more visible on overcast & rainy days. Drivers tend to pass more carefully when the weather is bad.

Daniel

Rain comes in a variety of different flavors, and whether I like it or not depends on the type of rain and how it combines with other factors (topography, temperature, wind, traffic, etc). For instance, a moderate steady rain with little wind on a flattish road can be a very pristine and relaxing experience for me.

On the other hand, descending a steep grade on a narrow, twisty mountain road with lots of traffic behind me during a heavy and windy downpour can be a harrowing experience for me, especially if there are tree limbs and other debris falling into the road as a result of the storm. It's a situation I occasionally find myself in,though!

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