What to Wear for Extreme Winter Cycling at -25º - -10ºF
If you’re a brave soul who stops at nothing to get out and ride, these temps will likely send a chill of excitement down your spine. Here’s what Kurt wears when winter cycling in temps ranging from -25° to -10°F…
What to Wear Winter Cycling at -10º - 0ºF
Everyone’s tolerance of cold is different, but I think we can all agree that anything below 0ºF is COLD. Check out this weeks guide on how to conquer winter cycling in sub zero temps.
What to Wear for Cycling at 0º - 15ºF
When temperatures hover around 0ºF (-18°C), it can be tricky to find the right setup. The right combination of layers and materials will keep you comfortable on a ride with friends or some friendly competition on race day.
Behind the Design: Sturmfist 4 Winter Cycling Glove
It takes years of riding experience, design, development and testing to produce a technical winter glove. The 45NRTH Sturmfist 4 is no exception. From day one at 45NRTH, our mission has been to deliver comfort and control via hands, feet…
What to Wear Cycling at 15º - 25ºF
Heading out at 15ºF (-9°C) can often be scary, but with a little knowledge, the right gear, and a few comfort foods to keep you fueled, it just might become your favorite time to ride.
Caring For Red Wing Wölvhammer Boots
Winter cycling footwear requires careful attention and planning. This article is about how to condition and care for your 45NRTH Red Wing Wolvhammer Winter Cycling Boots.
Michelle Stampe: Training for Jay P’s 200k Backyard Fat Pursuit Pt 1
Not only is The 200k Pursuit 124 miles with 6,000 feet of climbing, but it’s also located in west Yellowstone…and takes place in January. This race is so challenging in part because the trail could be dumped on with snow…
What to Wear Cycling at 25º - 45ºF
Every winter, we dig into our closets and pull out all our winter riding gear hoping to remember what worked last year. We’ve put together our favorite items to get you riding in any winter weather.
What to Wear for Cool Weather Cycling: 45ºF and Above
We all handle and prepare for various temperature ranges differently.45°F+ can be a tricky temp to dress for. Wearing versatile and packable pieces can really help and allow you to switch up layers on the fly if there are big…