Professional tips: How to ride a Harley Davidson in the Snow!
Depending on where you are, cooler fall weather has already arrived or will very soon. Which means that many riders –– especially those in the northern parts of the country –– will be tucking their bikes into a corner of the garage for the next few months, waiting for summer to return.
That’s a shame, because cold-weather rides can be enjoyable with a little foresight. Plus, it dramatically increases your riding season.
Keep the wind off. One of the biggest challenges you face when riding in the cold is wind chill. You might be cozy warm in a sweater when just walking around outside, but not so much when faced with a 60-mph breeze. The easiest way to fight wind is with accessories to your bike, like a screen, fairing and hand guards. On your person, make sure your clothes are zipped up properly and there are no obvious places for wind to creep in.
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