No - not one of Trump's "friends"
I often get asked by non-cycling people "Do you cycle in the rain?" I'm a stubborn sort, so I cycle in any weather. Rain doesn't bother me at all (or the dark, which is a weird question I get asked too)
Storm Agnes is inbound here in the UK and it made me think back to Storm Dudley & Eunice, when I got blown sideways across the cycle lane. It was the one time the weather made me think "I possibly shouldn't be cycling in this."
Does anyone abide by rules for what weather they won't cycle in?
Is it just wind that creates a hazard - or is snow a problem too? (I've not cycled in deep snow before)
It there a particular technique to cycling in adverse weather?
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