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Rainy Rides

If you made a New Year's resolution to get more exercise and spend less money, then biking could be the answer. And the wet weather doesn't have to dampen your enthusiasm for riding. Having the right rain gear can really help make your commute more pleasant. Ash Kelly is the Cycling Team Leader at Mountain Equipment Co-op. She took us through the rain gear you might need, head to toe, including the "lobster gloves" pictured below.

Next week we'll explore what you need to get your bike in gear, and how to ride safely in wet, cold weather.

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