just wondering, or more like trying find some motivation to go ride really lol. i kinda just moved and back where i was, it never got colder than 25 celsius (77 F). and now here i am in the midwest in "winter", its been way too cold and too much snow since Jan up until this week. its gonna be around 0 to 4 celsius (30 to 40 F) for the next few days with a bit if snow left on the ground. would you guys bike 5 miles to the local park for a session?
below 5C is annoying
Usually don't ride below 10 degrees celcious
32 degrees Fahrenheit (0*c)
I can do pretty cold as long as theres no wind. But as soon as the wind starts blowing thats when I get pissed and go in.
I usually don't ride outside if it is under about 10 degrees F.
But I bundle up.
Or ride indoors.
I dont know i live in LA so i dont have to deal with the cold
If it's above 32 i'll usually ride. When you start getting the -5 wind chills thats when i call it quits and just have a garage session.
FreddyDapice wrote: I can do pretty cold as ...more
FreddyDapice wrote: I can do pretty cold as long as theres no wind. But as soon as the wind starts blowing thats when I get pissed and go in.
I can do pretty cold as ...more
Same with me. Wind's a bitch. Except for in the summer, then it's nice.
Never cold enough hahah. I live somewhere that its pretty warm, the only way i go in is if its raining or the roads are wet.
40 or 50 f.
It's even cold in summer here.. i swear it actually never gets hot, maybe warm. but it's practically always cold
Get some long underwhere and ride.
Boomcat264 wrote: It's even cold in summer ...more
Boomcat264 wrote: It's even cold in summer here.. i swear it actually never gets hot, maybe warm. but it's practically always cold
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Where do you live in the UK? Where I live it's warmer than most of the US and it's too hot to ride more often than it's too cold to ride. I do live right on the south coast though. The main problem here is the rain. It's rained every day for over a month the moment where I am.
(30 to 40 F) Would be a heat wave right now where i live.
ya i live up north so riding in tempuratures under -40 is a daily thing for us
I live in manchester
WuTrailClan wrote: (30 to 40 F) Would be a ...more
WuTrailClan wrote: (30 to 40 F) Would be a heat wave right now where i live.
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forreal! Today is amazing but like last weeek it got up to 35 and there were girls in shorts lol
It is never too cold to ride for me. Coldest it got this week was 60. #caliswag
below 40° usually, rarely I'll come out below that because no one's out.
I can do anything really, i have had a session at zero degrees on a main road. haha Idc usually. I dont stay out for too long though, never longer than an hour if it is lower than 20 degrees. Snow usually stops me if it is on the roads and such. This is all in Fahrenheit
Yah....you guys aren't Canadian
I used to ride my bike (Not bmx just cruise) when I was a couple years younger in.... a foot of snow. I love my bike. I slipped around but it was fun drifting and falling into the big snow piles.
This year in winter , I rode in -12 degree Celcius weather. An undershirt , 2 Tshirts and a hoodie. Your fingers freeze up and your ears harden , it really wasn't fun. It's the wind that kills you , I think it was about -16 at one point here in Vancouver. PLus with the ice , salt , crazy dumbass drivers , and pedadestrians. It was crazy.
less than 40°F isnt very fun for me
call me a whimp, but anything under 45 isnt to friendly...
The lowest I've ridden is -8F. It's never too cold if I want to ride that bad, haha. All depends on how desperate I am to ride.
i ride as much as i can when it gets cold, even though it never really gets that cold in FL. it usually holds off the rain too. but cold+rain is a fuckno
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dkTechEthan wrote: call me a whimp, but anything under 45 isnt to friendly...
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I live in the middle of Massachusetts so we're under six feet of snow right now, but as long as i can find a dry parking lot and can feel my hands usually i'll ride.
But as long as it's not wet/windy/raining I'll ride
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