Been wondering about this and not sure if this topic been discuss somewhere here, so if it has please redirect me. Otherwise any comment is fine by me.
I notice many dedicated commuter here. Including those who commute in freezing weather and in the rain. I do not commute Winter time because of my crazy early mourning shift and distant of my work (25mi/way). However, I do commute after work for my many errands after I get home everyday. I used to get sick a lot when I use to drive instead of commute for my errands. That doesn't make sense when I am sniffling and feeling the chill and wind that Winter offers me when I'm out biking. One would think that I will get sick much easier. Not so, it seems that my health got better from the excercise I get as compare to getting more sick if I drive instead of commmute for my errand. Perhaps it boost one immune system?
My question is simple: Do anyone notice they get sick less if you commute in the winter time instead of driving? Or does some of ya do get more cold and fever from Winter commute being out in the cold?.....
(when I said "sick", I don't mean sick of driving, which I'm sure someone will think of that )