Cycling slower in winter? Six excuses for slow winter riding and the truth behind them

Don't make excuses, make improvements

(Image credit: chris catchole)

The summer bike’s tucked up in hibernation. The winter hack’s been dragged out and the rattling mudguards have been fixed.

It’s dark early – and it’s going to get cold soon. Welcome to winter riding.

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