Essential tips for riding in hot weather
It’s great to be out with the wind in your hair and lots of daylight to play with — but there’s a negative side to the warm-weather riding — the sun. Yep, those golden rays bring two additional challenges for the cyclist: accelerated dehydration and ultraviolet damage. How to prevent sunburn when you're cycling Prep for a full day in the saddle UK readers: can you help us get more people on bikes? Whether you’re a keen cyclist or a complete beginner, we’d love you to get involved in our Get Britain Riding campaign, in association with B’Twin. Click here to sign up! Dehydration is normally the product of your metabolic rate (go harder and you sweat more). But add the significant thermal stress from the sun exacerbating the sweating process, and you’re obviously going to lose bodily fluids at an accelerated rate. So what should you do when cycling ...
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