In case you haven’t noticed it a whole lot of the nation (U.S.) is hot and humid lately. Are you still out there riding in it? If so, what are you doing to help fight the heat? Do you purposely ride in shady areas?
Do you have your own source of shade … a canopy?
Do you wear wicking clothing?
Do you use a cooling headband or neckwear?
BTW, some of it is capable of having ice cubes inserted in them or has built in liquid which can be frozen in a freezer prior to use.
How about a hand held mister fan?
Do you ride anyplace that has a mister installed for trail users?
Do you keep hydrated while out riding?
(I hope you don’t get this desperate.)
Maybe you know a fireman who can help you out …
Hey, speaking of misters … maybe you have a trail which goes thru a park where they use a misting system to water the vegetation …
Several years ago in Headwaters Park in downtown Fort Wayne, Indiana they had misters in use like this except there were a lot of them and just riding along the trail thru the park was quite refreshing. I wrote an article on misters several years ago. We have one on one trail installed next to a restroom. I have never seen anybody use it. I have just to try it out.
Of course, you can always just pour water on top of your head and cool off. I have done that many times. It is very effective.
Anyway, if you are riding out there in heat and humidity keep cool, man (or woman or boy or girl). We all want to …
KEEP ON TRIKIN’
A FREE GIFT AWAITS YOU!
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Years ago I had a cool vest for motorcycle riding. I carried it in a gallon ziplock bag. I could fill the bag with cold water, soak the vest in it. I just bought something similar for my dog.