Winter Cycling - Gore Classic Action Bib
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03-01-05, 01:48 PM
Anyone tried these? Any comments?
I have their windtopper jacket and it's awesome! For example, for riding in the low 30's I only need to wear a summer-weight short sleeve jersey and the gore jacket. That's it - and I'm fine. I'm planning on buying the bottoms as well.
03-01-05, 09:13 PM
I have the windstopper bibtights.. i love them.... got them at performance... they are plenty warm enough for most of the riding I do, when it gets real cold I thro a pair of lose fitting poly pro tights over top of them(easier tham fittin anything under them)..
I have the Gore windstopper bibs since November. They're terrific, with articulated knees for easy pedaling, front zipper makes pit stops easy, adjustable 2" bib straps that can be opened completely via velcro, zipped ankles, windstopper across entire front of bib. Comfortable from around 20°-50° F. I also have a pair of Boure winter tights with articulated knees. The Gore windstopper bib wins by a mile, as they are warmer and do not feel as if you are pedaling against elastic in the knees.
03-02-05, 07:27 AM
Darn, I thought this was the start of a political action figure thread.
I was going to suggest a Bob Dole bionic arm attachment.
03-03-05, 09:36 AM
Thanks for the replies. I'll pick some up this weekend.
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