. . . keep riding in the rain

. . . Twenty miles in (out of 80+), the glowering clouds opened up and poured down.

Temperatures dropped below 48F.

Wools socks – the night before scorned as hot and heavy bulk – now accepted like gifts.

The despised snow pants and parka  rolled up last minute in the place of missing rain gear suddenly a godsend. . . .

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[story: The Bike Report (1/5): “Riding in the Rain“]

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