I find there's really no need for waterproofs for wet riding in the summer. You'll only boil in the bag and over heat. That's why lycra clothing is so good. It dries very quickly.Yesterday ride in: got wet
Ride home: got wet
Todays ride in: got wet
There is a car and a motorbike on my driveway.. but it still doesn't occur to me to use them. if anything I'm sitting at my desk in work researching waterproofs.
Goretex here I come!
Commuting on carbon wheels and tubularsManaged 90% of a commute on Monday. Trying out my new carbon wheels, which were great.
I had to take an alternative route as my usual way to work was stopped by a closed bridge, much to my surprise,
and disorientation. I Got near to work when my new tubular punctured on some gravel. Couldn't fix it so I did a walk
of shame to the office. Local Evans couldn't fix it. Had to get a lift home.
Abandoned the rest of this week due to being ill, and threats of electrocution.
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