Winter Biking Info

Last year I biked through winter for the first time and it was amazing. In my experience, hardest part of winter biking is getting started. So below are some links to websites that I found very helpful as a winter biking newbie.

Also, I am sharing links to different categories on my blog that may prove informative. I am no winter biking expert, I am only going into my second winter as a year round cyclist, but if you have any questions you can send me an email though the contact form at the bottom of this page or leave a comment on any of my posts and I will do my best to answer you!026

Happy winter biking!

All Seasons Cyclist
This blog is a treasure trove of information for the winter cyclist. Helpful reviews on gear and chock-full of great advice.

Winter Biking 101
This is one of the first websites I found and the one that made me start to believe that biking through the winter was possible.

Bike Forum – Winter Biking
I spent a few afternoons reading through this forum and there is tons of great info to be found. Being an open forum, however, there is some advice that seems a bit off to me, so I do take it with a grain of salt.

Bike Winter
This website has some cool DIY tips.

Winter Bicycling: How to Enjoy It
Winter cycling: good idea or flat-out insane
Two great articles with an overview of many aspects of winter biking.

So much great information from clothing to bike handling tips. There are some epic winter biking stories to read as well.

Peter White Cycles
Great descriptions of different models of Nokian and Schwalbe Studded Tires and advice on how to use them properly.

I am sure I am forgetting a few of the websites I have been to and learned from and I am sure there are more out there, so if you know of a great winter biking website that should be listed, let me know!

Here are some links to categories on this blog…
Winter Biking Info
Noteworthy Winter Rides

I blogged about almost all of my bike rides last year with rather hilarious detail, they are organized by temperature, here they are from warmest to coldest.

Single Digits
Sub Zero Single Digits
Sub Zero Tens 
Sub Zero Twenties