|Long Ride Clothing||HotNCold|
Sep 27, 2001 8:53 AM
|I'm doing an MS150 this weekend. It'll probably be around 45 degrees and dark when I leave, then get up to 70 and sunny by the end. I don't want to carry more than I have to, so what suggestions do you have for clothing?
|re: Long Ride Clothing||ixiz|
Sep 27, 2001 8:58 AM
|An good wicking under shirt (like D-feet) and jersey with arm warmers and leg warmers
If its colder than your comfort than get a few pages of newspaper under the jersey and toss it when its warm enough
|The easy way...||Cima Coppi|
Sep 27, 2001 9:01 AM
|Wear arm and leg warmers, which become compact enough to put into your jersey pockets when it get warm. You may also want to consider a head band to cover you ears, and this is also very compact to store away once it gets warm.
|re: Long Ride Clothing||Brooks|
Sep 27, 2001 12:01 PM
|Regular jersey or two, arm and leg warmers, wind vest, neoprene ear band, long fingered gloves (or polypro liners under regular gloves).|
|re: Long Clothing||filtersweep|
Sep 27, 2001 4:15 PM
|jeeeze.... and I was thinking you have the same problem that I do- having a 31-32" waist and being 6'1"- finding bibs that don't pull in the crotch (vs. wearing a bigger size that fits like a diaper in the rear)... oh well, I'll save that for another thread|| |