Cycling In The Rain

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    • dougmctx
    • February 14, 2014

    Ponchos are quite popular among people who are doing bike touring, and they don’t cost that much. They protect your legs to a large degree too, and yet they let air circulate. They do slow you down, however.

    But yes, they certainly do sell tight rain coats meant for cycling use, and they work — but they don’t protect your legs, so you need something else to keep your legs and feet dry. They also generally don’t let the air circulate very well, so you end up soaked from sweat instead of rain …

    In any event, you can spend from $ 20 to $ 300 or more …

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    • Zachary A
    • February 14, 2014

    A large trash bag(w/ hole cut-out) is re-useable, disposable, and will keep you dry. Who needs style- if everything is soaking wet outside?

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    • sno f
    • February 14, 2014

    go to local bike store. they’ll have what ever your lookin for. prices start at around 40.00 and up. or you could get pvc rainjkt for about 18.00 at walmart.

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