Shaper Of All Things Metal
Cold weather is coming and for some has already arrived. Sometimes knowing makes it worse, but for those who are interested, here's a windchill chart for riders.
I think the wind chill charts are for bare skin.
That is not the case for riding.
Agreed.Humidity plays a major roll in how we feel temps too. As Crusty points out. Sorta.
Interesting, wish the chart went higher than 100 degrees.
Riding in the Arizona desert at 115~120 degrees your clothes get some kind of HOT! Your belt buckle gets almost too hot to touch.
When you get home to the A/C all you want to do is get those hot clothes off so you can cool off.
Wonder what the heat factor is at 65 MPH and 120 degrees?
I know, wrong time of year but still.......... Just wondering.