I'd go short sleeves with another layer underneath. And wear just my other warm weather stuff.
Actually, I think there was a day in early January where is was in the mid-60's. Took a 2 hour lunch and a 1.5 hour ride. Beautiful.
perhaps you should ask your mum?
Get a bicycle. You will certainly not regret it, if you live.
60 degrees?? That's Summer temps!! Short sleeves!!
Short. Sixty is warm.
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I'd take your jacket, flasher & headlamp...it'll be dark by the time you let strangers on the internet decide how you should dress yourself to go on a bike ride.
base layer and long sleeve wool for me, depends on humidity, color of the jersey, wind...
I'm usually riding near bodies of water when I go out, so even though it's 60's here as well, the cool air coming off of the water convinces me to wear long sleeves and leg warmers. But neither are heavy, so I won't overheat.
If you ride through the winter, as the temperatures warm up you just remove layers.
If it ever hits 60 degrees here, I'll be down to a long-sleeved top and light jacket.
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Diamondback Topanga frame (Warranty replacement of broken Raleigh)
Short sleeve + knee warmers.