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Old 07-18-16, 08:14 AM
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Riding Season in Bizarro World

Man.

It's just too damned hot. My "commute" to work is only four miles or so, but when I get there I'm a sweaty, overheated mess. The only decent time to ride is from sunup until about 8 o'clock in the morning. Since I've got a boy to deliver to preschool in the morning (and no real motivation to rise and suit up at 5:30am anyway) that's out too.

So I've been taking an air-conditioned drive to work lately, only riding once a week. If that. Looking at my bikes each morning with a combination of longing and resignation, wishing it were October, telling myself if you were a real commuter you'd do it anyway, misery be damned, knowing the car is in my future again.

Enjoy your summer, those of you who have this limited window of decent riding weather. Because down here in the desert we're envious of your two-wheeled July glory.
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Old 07-18-16, 08:19 AM
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I am commuting here in NYC and the humidity and heat are just plain oppressive. I leave early to get some extra miles and to give myself time for a wash at work but after 11 miles I was soaked this morning. I do feel great throughout the day and I am sure this is nothing compared to your AZ heat.
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It is rough, I try for 5-5:30. If it hits 6 and I'm not on the road I hold out for another day.

Maybe just join some of the weekend rides on Meetup (search cycling) or your LBS to get some miles in.

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I truly don't mind riding in our summer weather, but I have no idea what it would be like in Arizona.
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Originally Posted by J.Oxley View Post
Man.

It's just too damned hot. My "commute" to work is only four miles or so, but when I get there I'm a sweaty, overheated mess. The only decent time to ride is from sunup until about 8 o'clock in the morning. Since I've got a boy to deliver to preschool in the morning (and no real motivation to rise and suit up at 5:30am anyway) that's out too.

So I've been taking an air-conditioned drive to work lately, only riding once a week. If that. Looking at my bikes each morning with a combination of longing and resignation, wishing it were October, telling myself if you were a real commuter you'd do it anyway, misery be damned, knowing the car is in my future again.

Enjoy your summer, those of you who have this limited window of decent riding weather. Because down here in the desert we're envious of your two-wheeled July glory.
I ride at night in snowstorms all winter. Your plight is understood.
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It has been hot and jungle like here in Virginia. My work and sleep schedule have not been conducive to getting up early, so the riding has been "uncomfortable". Riding up on the mountain is a little cooler, but the getting there hurts.

I do not blame you one bit for not riding in the desert this time of year.
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Old 07-18-16, 10:29 AM
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Summer, where I live, means you don't have to shovel snow.

Just two days ago I had to wait a few minutes for the car heater to defrost the car window. Yup, middle of July, and we had frost, just 45km from Thunder Bay. Pooey-stinko.

Sweat, however, is not a problem:-)
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Originally Posted by greg3rd48 View Post
I am commuting here in NYC and the humidity and heat are just plain oppressive. I leave early to get some extra miles and to give myself time for a wash at work but after 11 miles I was soaked this morning. I do feel great throughout the day and I am sure this is nothing compared to your AZ heat.
Arizona heat is oppressive from May 1 until November 1. When I worked in LA and I was a marked man to be transferred to Phoenix, I decided to go obtain an MBA and moved to the midwest.

NY and NJ humidity can be extremely oppressing too. Too think I used to caddy as a teen, carrying two of those heavy pro style bags, ugh.

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I truly don't mind riding in our summer weather, but I have no idea what it would be like in Arizona.
Tom, I would imagine if you stick to the Hudson River Greenway, there is usually some kind of breeze, except when land and water at equilibrium temperature wise.

Although Michigan is a peninsula surrounded by water, humidity is much lower than the mid-Atlantic states. I'd guess less than half the homes(even the mansions) and apartments here on the east side have central HVAC or window shakers for that matter. In many cases, it is because of old steam pipe heating systems. I have central HVAC, but use it only about 1/2 of the summer.
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I've worked in AZ. One time I flew out to Tucson and walked off the air conditioned plane down the steps into 115 degree weather. It is possible to acclimate but physical exertion must be carefully thought out. I still have thoughts of retiring out there.
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Here in the Willamette Valley the saying is, when someone mentions the heat, the typical reply is, "Yes, but it's a 'dry' heat". Moderate here mostly, except when it gets into the 90's+.
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It is a far bigger reason why I don't bike commute than any traffic concerns. I simply don't want to sit at my desk a sweaty mess, as I have little way to clean up at work.
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Here in the Willamette Valley the saying is, when someone mentions the heat, the typical reply is, "Yes, but it's a 'dry' heat". Moderate here mostly, except when it gets into the 90's+.
Yeah, I know the "It's a dry heat" retort.
I typically reply with "So's your oven."
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Very temperate where I live, but my bizzarro commute is one of altitude change.

To work: Descending most of the way hitting 40mph in some places, 4.8miles in 13 minutes, usually.
Back home: ~6mph sweaty crawl in about 45minutes.

Perfect commuting weather for me would be 70 degrees at 7am, then cooling down to 40 at 5pm. hasn't happened yet
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Highs in the 80s/90s for at least the next 10 days here in Iowa. And we don't have the luxury of a "dry" heat.
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I went for a 27-mile ride today in what passes for a heat wave in the northeast. Only had one water bottle and was feeling pretty toasted by the end! This is after doing a 360k ride a little over a week ago, so it's not a matter of being out of condition. Ah, we'll all look back fondly on this weather when it's February.
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Tom, I would imagine if you stick to the Hudson River Greenway, there is usually some kind of breeze, except when land and water at equilibrium temperature wise.
Yes, the Hudson is very windy, but I don't always get that benefit, and I've ridden a lot in the humid soup. I seem to be good at sweating or whatever. I just don't mind very much being hot when I'm outside. I can even ride pretty hard in the soup.

I'm not saying I'd do just as well farther south. I haven't tried it. I've heard it's worse. I hear in Florida, some people ride three seasons a year, just not summer.
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When I lived in Yuma, AZ, I learned to ride the bike at night. It was quite peaceful toodling along among the orange groves. In fact, I still enjoy riding at night, even though I currently live in the midwest.

As noted, things are getting warm and sticky here in the midwest. Dew points above 70 degrees and the temperature this morning was 79F! It's hard to step outside without getting sweaty and nasty. Commuting on a day like this usually means not pedaling hard and hoping to not get too hot.

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Here in Phoenix lately it's still around 100 well past dark, so evenings outside aren't much better. And the lows at night are in the low 80's, so really not much reprieve there either, since the temperature climbs rapidly once the sun rises. Will be this way until late August.
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Since Summer officially started (6/20) we have had 2 days 80 or above.
I hear a heat wave is due later in the month, a long string of sunny days in the low 80s with low humidity.


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We don't get many 100+ days in North Carolina but the humidity makes up for it. The heat index is often well more than 100 due to the humidity. This summer has been particularly bad because we've had thunderstorms almost every afternoon. That not only drives up the humidity, but makes commuting very difficult. I can deal with the high humidity in the mornings because the temperatures are cooler and it usually isn't storming, but the afternoons are oppressive.
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Yeah, it's hot and stinky humid in VA this time of year. No way around it.

I just ride from 9 to 11:30 or so and then spend the afternoon watching the TdF.

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Beyond humid here in NW Florida, and I am one of those nuts that rides near mid-day. Its always pretty near a 100°F heat index, lately its been around 105 for the index. I was out in El Paso, Tx, for the first time experiencing desert heat. It was late May so not even into the real hot times, but surprisingly that was the most comfortable 90°F day I ever had. With the breeze it was comfortable to me, I wish I had brought my bike so I could ride.

With the humidity always so high here, sweating doesn't begin to evaporate and cool us down. I work in construction so I have been out in the weather for most of my life, it just doesn't bother me being out in our type of summer weather. And, I agree about hearing the usual "Its dry heat" line, good retort about the oven's heat. We don't have to deal with the extremes that the desert SW has, above 95°F is it when it is ambient air temp, its time to get in some A/C, hitting above 110 is more than this old guy wants to deal with.
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And to think that I'm whiney about the weather here...

I used to live in El Paso for a year and Panama for two- I get not doing stuff in the heat of the day.
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Highs in the 80s/90s for at least the next 10 days here in Iowa. And we don't have the luxury of a "dry" heat.
It can be pretty muggy here but not as bad as New Orleans where I grew up. Still I get my riding done early in the morning when it gets this hot. If I'm going long in the heat and humidity, I bring a camelback full of ice and water. I feel lucky; there are some great MUPs near my house with low traffic and good shade from the trees. Shade makes a huge difference.
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This years hot season in Cambodia was a record breaker, ambient air temps in the 40s, Celsius, 40 °C = 104 °F. The heat reflection off the tarmac was miserable, we put a thermometer in the sun on the tarmac and got 58 °C, 136 °F. I did not ride much from the end of March til the beginning of May. Now it is in the high 80s to low 90s with 80 to 90 % humidity
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