Too Cold For Even My Tastes

I just rode home in this :

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12 Responses to Too Cold For Even My Tastes

  1. omnologos says:

    Are you totally insane? I was once in Montreal with a -40F with windchill, and it was a feat even to go from the car to the restaurant’s door and back.

  2. BioBob says:


    just pretend you are getting old and cold on the bad days….nobody is going to keep score, steven. even I take my sandals off to shovel the snow occasionally.

  3. Hopey Changey says:

    Yikes. Looks painful. Break a sweat and you’d freeze solid.

  4. Andy Weiss says:

    You are made of a lot tougher material than I!

  5. Michael says:

    We came back to the US after 26 years in the tropics — to SD — for the worst winter in 100 years. A couple of times the wind chill temps dropped to -70F. Snow buried our house. We moved to Arkansas, and were hit with the worst ice storm in memory. Even Massachusetts looked better, so I came here to look for jobs – now we’re having the 3rd worst winter storm in the last 100 years. (The second worst was a week ago.)

    I just applied for a consultancy in Bermuda (no joke) and I don’t expect a blizzard there.
    Hurricanes now …..

  6. grayman says:

    Might i suggest a stationary bike, that way you stay nice and warm and do not become a popcical. Plus a whole lot less of a chance of catching phnemonia!

  7. PhilJourdan says:

    Since you are riding, the wind speed means more than wind chill. You create your own windchill just by riding the bike, but as you noted, when it is a headwind, biking is a bitch.

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