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Born and bred in the diminutive State of Connecticut, adventurepdx (aka Shawn Granton) has been living in Portland, Oregon, Cascadia, for two decades. Freelance artist and writer by trade. Self-publishing comics since 1996, first TEN FOOT RULE and now NEW OLD STOCK. Involved with the bicycle community in town and rides almost everywhere he can, but also loves riding trains. Loves bike touring! Occasionally puts on Bike Touring Workshops. Lives in a modest house somewhere around the North Tabor neighborhood of NE Portland. And now someone in love with film photography.
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That's exactly right! Those thin biking garmets also seal in the moisture, so that helps make a person even colder when stopped.
I have a head band that I like to wear to cover my ears. I wear it, instead of a hat, because it makes helmet wearing easier. Still, it's not great because the cold Wisconsin, winter air still goes through the vents in the helmetIs that hat on the cyclist above worn over or under the helmet? Do you have any specific hat recommendations?Thanks.
For under-helmet flap hats, try Little Package.http://cap.little-package.com/
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Wow! They actually make some in more than one size! Thanks. I have a huge head, and it is beyond me that most hats are made in 'one size fits all'. My @$$ they do.
What, cleated shoes aren't sensible shoes? Now that's just crazy talk 🙂