Sorry Marty I would have added it if I knew, but I will make a note. Thanks LeeI can't vote because 60F is the lowest I'll ride.
I rode in everything, year-round, when I didn't have a car, so I don't have to prove anything anymore.
Sorry for your loss. I have seen a biker go down on black ice years ago and he could not even stand up to right his bike. It is so dam slippery and you never know were the heck it will appear.I'll ride from 35 degrees and up in daylight had a guy I know riding before daylight last year hit a small patch of black ice went down and a truck behind him struck and killed him.
Slacker!!:LaughAtYou: Actually Lee, I was on a CX500 Honda and I was sure glad. Them cylinders stood up where I could get my hands on them and keep them warm. The Vetter faring helped alot also. I'm with Major Kong on this one. There's a point where you just don't feel the difference but the that goes back to the other definition in a recent thread, of how cold is cold.Jeez Jeff your making me feel like a slacker....