This is a follow-up from my previous post.
Ok, so I was off to Toronto but after 1.5 hours, I stopped at a Tim Horton’s and decided to return home. The thermoscud kept my legs and feet warm, the windshield kept my body warm from the wind but there was a cross wind from the lake that just froze my fingers. I guess I need to start looking at electric heated gloves. I will wait until warmer weather to do this trip.
Steve Williams said:
Hands are hard to keep warm if they aren’t protected from the wind. I went through all kinds of gloves and mittens before getting a pair of Gerbing Electric gloves. That effectively got my cold weather riding under control No more stopping to warm my hands on the headlight or muffler. But I always dreamed of the Vespa having the kind of superheated grips that I’ve experienced on BMWs.
Scooter in the Sticks