How to Dress for Mountain Riding

Four Things To Remember Riding far above sea level, temperatures drop and winds can pick up—but with the right preparation, you can be comfortable no matter how far you climb. Generally, temperature changes by 3.5 degrees Fahrenheit for every 1,000 feet. Here are some considerations to keep in mind: Wind chill Even if the sun is shining warmly, as soon as you start climbing, high winds and dropping degrees will give way to a chillier ride. Dress in layers to adjust to the changing conditions. Invest in high quality base layers made of wool or synthetic material, not cotton. ALWAYS bring rain gear One-piece rain suits, designed to wear atop your riding gear, are the most effective at keeping

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