by Patricia Schwager, ALP Cycles Coaching
It's 42°F outside, potential snow ahead and you've got 2 hours of climbing intervals ahead of you. What the heck do you wear?!
This is probably one of the more popular questions one is thinking about pre-ride or asking fellow buddies and teammates. You know what I'm talking about! That moment before starting a ride and you are looking around at what everyone else is wearing, second-guessing your clothing selection.
Below are a few quick tips on the basics of what to wear in specific temp regions.
35 to 45° F:
46 to 60° F:
61 to 75° F:
76° F +:
ABOUT PATRICIA SCHWAGER
Patricia Schwager began cycling in 1998, racing as a junior. After racing on the domestic level and completing her Diploma as Pastry Chef, she got her first pro contract in 2006. 2015 will be here 10th year of professional racing. Patricia has a lot of experience racing in the European peloton. In 2013 she started working with Shawn Heidgen (Current ALP Cycles Coach) as her personal coach. In 2014 she changed her focus to racing in the US. Patricia is a 6 time national Swiss champion and has represented her home country, Switzerland, at the World Championships 12 times.
For 2015, Patricia will race for Team Tibco. Along with racing she’s looking to share and pass on her knowledge in her new role as an ALP Cycles Coach. Visit her online at http://patriciaschwager.com
About ALP Cycles Coaching
ALP Cycles Coaching is located in the mountains of Colorado, and is a cycling coaching company with over 25 years of professional sports experience. ALP Cycles Coaching is unique in that we have 4 coaches, Alison Powers, Jennifer Triplett, and Patricia Schwager who each brings her own coaching strengths and personal experiences. We work together to create a training plan that works for each and every person. Visit them online at http://alpcyclescoaching.com
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