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One way around the feeling cold at the start of the ride is to warm up inside. Six minutes on my bike on the trainer and I'm warmed up and don't have that painful start.


What about biking through snow and ice? Any tips/gear specialized for that?

George Reynolds

Hi: I ride year round in Southern NH. This Winter I have been testing a Windscreen that eliminates the Wind Chill. Current version is Coroplast over wire

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