I was just looking at pic's on CyclingNews.com of a tour in New Jersey called "Tour of Basking Ridge." Really wet. Looks chilly wet. The chilly part is what I would not like.
They look cold while just out in Lycra? If a warm rain, might not be so bad; other than fact, I am sensitive to slipping right now.
But I was wondering.. I have a lycra-like jacket that is water resistant. Think it is a 'windstopper' product...
If the weather is only a little cool, like near 67- 70 degrees (20 degrees C.), why has not someone made cycling shorts/jerseys that are water resistant and keep some warmth.? Has anyone developed such cycling apparel.?