How to Dress for Cold-Weather Cycling

Learned through years of difficult experiences, our Canadian CEO and Coach Trevor Connor offers his best tips for how to dress for cold-weather cycling.

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Coach Trevor Connor, our CEO and a proud Canadian who likes to brag about the cold and snowy conditions he rides in, details how to dress to stay warm on winter rides.

Connor’s tips were learned through many hard experiences both in Canada and the mountains of Colorado.

“If you’re looking for style points, this isn’t the video for you. This is the Canadian who does 6-hour rides in the freezing cold telling you how to stay warm on your bike.”

First, he explains why keeping your core warm is so important.

Of course, no explainer on cold-weather riding would be complete without a rant from Trevor about covering your legs.

He also details how to keep hands, feet, and head warm, and why it’s so important to do so.

This video includes Trevor’s practical gear tips on:

  • Core warmth
  • Tights and knee warmers
  • Hands and wrists
  • Feet: socks, booties (zipper vs. velcro), shoe selection
  • Neck and head
  • Bike gear and setup

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