Once upon a time, cyclists didn’t think too much about gear for summer riding. They simply ditched their arm and knee warmers, threw some ice cubes in their water bottles, and stopped periodically to soak their cotton cycling caps in a cold fountain. But times have changed, and with it, the gear available to cyclists willing to face riding throughout the hottest months of the year. Here’s a look at some of the best items designed to make hot weather riding not just bearable, but comfortable.
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