Riding in Frost

This morning was the first of the real frost, steamy breath, and unfortunately slippier roads. Therefore, here are a few tips to keep you riding safely through the winter:

  • Take corners a lot more slowly, and start off slowly from a standstill. It takes a while for you to get used to less grip on the road surface so be prepared for this.
  • Slightly more obvious one but be over prepared, rather than under with layers. It is less annoying to stuff a scarf/extra jumper in your bag than it is to be riding with a freezing neck/hands/torso.
  • Just as being cautious starting off, brake slowly, try to avoid braking really hard and suddenly and allow more distance between you and the vehicle in front.
  • Be wary of features on the road- markings, grates any painted surface as they tend to be more slippery- for this reason: be careful going through junctions.

If you have any questions about riding in the frost don’t hesitate to contact us on 0845 180 1251.

Similarly, please get in contact to enquire about studded tyres or any other winter features for your bicycle!