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SHARP
12-08-2012, 7:55 PM
I have always wondered how many will ride regardless of the weather? Dont really count areas getting snow, ice, etc. But here in the Northwest, is never gets that cold, just a shit load of rain....

If you are riding in wet weather? Are you putting a front fender back on? Wearing rain gear, leather, etc. I always wear jeans and my tin cloth wax jacket, but that shit doesnt keep you dry...

I have been riding a little lately, but with no front fender and it pretty much blows ass! Your wet as fuck in 2 seconds and goggles/ face shields get sand and dirt and shit all over them.

Just wondering!

rooster52478
12-08-2012, 8:00 PM
I ride year round as much as I can minus snow days. I wear my riding jacket which repels water and I have these wind/water proof over pants I wear. They are just some cheap rain gear type pants. I bought them to cut the wind on cold days and seem to forget them every time I'm out and it starts raining. I also run a bit of a front fender. I trimmed it way up so it's only probably 6-8" long but it stops more water than a bandana.

Walleye
12-08-2012, 8:26 PM
20 Years ago when I was bar tending my way threw tech school the pub had a customer that rode year round in northern Wisconsin,...

He'd ride in the middle of a snow storm,......

904Punk
12-08-2012, 8:31 PM
I'll ride any weather, if its raining I just throw some duct tape or a bandana on my forks just above my wheel.

Lowlifebill
12-08-2012, 9:09 PM
20 Years ago when I was bar tending my way threw tech school the pub had a customer that rode year round in northern Wisconsin,...

He'd ride in the middle of a snow storm,......

Up hills both ways? :clap for you:

I live in soflo n ran rain or sunny rain no front fender just spitting out road water as I go

pTc
12-08-2012, 9:16 PM
Ride in the rain? Come on, that's just crazy. What's next? Ride in the dark? Ride more than 600 or 800 miles?

Nuts.



So, yeah. I ride in the rain unless it is cold. ...or dark.

nunez8853
12-08-2012, 9:19 PM
wear your leathers man and call it a day, and iv heard about people coating their leather in water sealer for decks to water proof them.

I try not to ride in the rain because here in el paso people drive fucked up as it is. and with out fail when rainy season come even on the days where there is nothing but a sprinkle there is always like 5 huge pile ups on the free way and many many more crashes on city streets. I dont get why or how people here just suck

Randeezy868
12-08-2012, 9:30 PM
Ill ride in the rain no problem
Ill ride in the cold no problem
But i will not ride in the cold while its raining. Shits not even remotely worth it. hahaha

And by cold i mean sub 40s.

blackesthart
12-08-2012, 9:45 PM
what's rain? what's cold? I live in San Diego I've never seen these things people are talking of

nunez8853
12-08-2012, 9:51 PM
what's rain? what's cold? I live in San Diego I've never seen these things people are talking of

any room in your place man id gladly take out your trash once a week to live in a place where there is no rain and cold. i also can buy your beer for you...

Bandersnatch
12-08-2012, 10:00 PM
"If you were a chick, who's the one guy you would sleep with?'

"John Stamos"
" Uncle Jesse"

WHAT!?!

"Did we just become best friends?!"
"Yup!"

"Do you wanna go ride motorcycles in the rain?!?"

"YUP!"

SHARP
12-08-2012, 10:30 PM
wear your leathers man and call it a day, and iv heard about people coating their leather in water sealer for decks to water proof them.

I try not to ride in the rain because here in el paso people drive fucked up as it is. and with out fail when rainy season come even on the days where there is nothing but a sprinkle there is always like 5 huge pile ups on the free way and many many more crashes on city streets. I dont get why or how people here just suck

Even though is rains a shit ton here, people suck at driving!! Accidents every fucking day regardless. Plan retarded ass drivers. The good news is, it only last about 6-8 months. Yup.. Fuck!

nunez8853
12-08-2012, 10:37 PM
Even though is rains a shit ton here, people suck at driving!! Accidents every fucking day regardless. Plan retarded ass drivers. The good news is, it only last about 6-8 months. Yup.. Fuck!

I remember man. I used to live in Silverdale/Bremorton when I was in the 6th to the 9th grade and out of the 4 years I lived there I remember being soggy and wet the whole time the only nice time was may june and july then from aug to april it was a shit storm

Rubman
12-09-2012, 12:52 AM
rode home drunk from the brooklyn invitational a couple months ago... drunk. wasn't the best time i ever had, but it happens. i did it with a hoodie, denim jacket, some gloves, and wrapped all my expensive camera gear in a garbage bag. it is what it is. getting out of brooklyn with all the idiots out there was a real drag, but once i got out of there, getting home was a breeze.

heretic530
12-09-2012, 1:01 AM
I am in Northern CA, near what used to be the Lassen Park ski resort. I have learned that there is only one direction to go in that white stuff... Down.
I road out in February a couple years ago. The snow plow had done a good job, and there was a ride in only bike show, down in the valley, where there was no snow. Got second place, even with a dirty bike. Rode home happy, and hit ice in my own driveway. Went down so fast my leg was trapped under the bike...Just so you know, hot pipes pinning your leg to the ground is not a pleasant thing

playtheblues1
12-09-2012, 7:38 AM
I ride, rain or shine. I do, at times, wish I had a front fender to bolt on on the particularly bad days.

Bill in SC

Fiend
12-09-2012, 8:16 AM
Ahhhhh No. I might sneak a couple rides in over the
course of winter but thats about it.
Besides, I own a car that I work hard to pay for.
I love to shoot to but I dont think you will catch me setting
my shit up on the bench when its fucking sleeting/27

RetroRob
12-09-2012, 8:49 AM
I can do cold, but cold rain sucks. Add dark to that and my bike becomes almost invisible. I'm confident with my skills, but its the other assholes running me over that worries me.

NHMike
12-09-2012, 9:32 AM
rode home drunk from the brooklyn invitational a couple months ago... drunk. wasn't the best time i ever had, but it happens. i did it with a hoodie, denim jacket, some gloves, and wrapped all my expensive camera gear in a garbage bag. it is what it is. getting out of brooklyn with all the idiots out there was a real drag, but once i got out of there, getting home was a breeze.

So, you were riding drunk but everyone else was an idiot...makes sense.

Fiend
12-09-2012, 12:28 PM
Doh! PNW Means Pacific North West.

ThePete
12-09-2012, 1:55 PM
Back in the early 90's I used to be heavily into mountain biking and rusting away out in Lewis County Wa (south of Olympia) I'd ride 24/7 given the chance but pushing pedals generates body heat so cold was never an issue wet however was so I always had dry clothes in a big zip lock I kept in my water logged backpack to change into when I got to work. My buddy Dennis would ride down to the mill on his little shadow rain or shine every day, his secret waxed denim and full 2 piece leathers with sheep shearling inside for the winter months. It stays warm when wet but can smell as pleasant as goats nuts if left wet too long. I think he used snow seal or something similar to water proof the gear or maybe he went as far as using beef tallow rubbed into the leather. I do know that when it was raining he'd take his stuff off and hang it inside out over a oil radiator style heater.

Now days I'd put my money in GorTex, I have an old tri color Army issue jacket that works better than a riding textile jacket I bought and here in Southern California we don't often get a lot of rain but the times I have remember to wear it its done its job very well. Up in Washington I'd use something like it with a good quality wool over some Therma Silk underwear, both materials stay warm if they get wet and I know better than to say stay dry, it's more like keep from being cold you are going to get wet so plan accordingly.

justafurnaceman
12-09-2012, 3:27 PM
Traveling from Missouri to Maine and back I had several days of rain. I don't normally seek out riding in the rain but I wont shy away from it. Icon rain pants work okay for short periods. JSLIST pants (MOPP gear/ chemical protection clothes) work awesome for cold weather. 22 degrees is my coldest temp yet.

SinisterRouge
12-09-2012, 4:43 PM
i ride in the rain quite often, but i wouldnt give up my front fender for anything.

ShytHed
12-09-2012, 5:00 PM
I live in Florida... It stays pretty warm but we have no shortage of rain. If i was afraid to get wet i would never get any miles on the bike.

That being said, over the past 6 years I've been without reliable 4 wheeled transportation more than not. It's easier to make yourself throw on the rain gear when you don't have an alternative.

And no, I haven't used a front fender in years.

BLuke
12-09-2012, 6:48 PM
I lived in Oregon for the past 17 years until moving to TX 8 years ago. I'll never live in that kind of rain again. I love riding to much and ride year round now. As far as riding in the rain, my friend in Oregon did. Even through winter. I'm talking every day, his bike was a daily driver. The only way its possible in my opinion is to do what he did and gear up for it. Full face, full leathers, and of course front fender. People who say other wise probably don't understand what northwest rain is all about. Now, if your only riding 20-25 mins, maybe you can get away with less but if your looking at longer round trip times everyday, ya gotta gear up IMO.

ContractKiller
12-09-2012, 7:28 PM
I don't give a shit if it's raining but no front fender pretty much guarantees I'm gonna get wet. I wear a full-face to make it tolerable when it's really coming down. And I'll ride year round if the weather is decent, or, if like this morning I don't have a choice. It was 25* and snowing when I walked out the door to go to work this morning. Flat tire on the car (must've grabbed a nail or something), no time to change it and my only other option was the bike. Threw on my leather jacket, gloves, full-face helmet, squirted some get me goin' in the carbs, and made my 30-minute commute. I was soaked and cold as fuck, could barely move my hands and feet to work the controls, and I'll admit I was a little beyond grumpy. I've rode the bike when it was this cold but doing it in the snow this morning was a whole new level of suck.

Broke86Yam
12-09-2012, 10:27 PM
what's rain? what's cold? I live in San Diego I've never seen these things people are talking of

I used to live in Campo and commute to 32nd street on a Shadow 800. The ride between Alpine and Campo blows ass mid-December. I finally got smarter and moved to Lakeside and rode every day.

dougt
12-10-2012, 12:44 AM
When I lived in New England, I rode year round. In the winter I would ride if the roads were dry. In the summer I either got wet as hell, or I put on my plastic rain suit. I usually didn't have the suit with me, so I got wet.
I'm in NorCal now, and I scored a AeroStich suit for a couple hundred bucks. It may not "look cool" but I can wear what I want under it and it keeps me warm and dry. I've used it in torrential downpours and it saved my ass. All I had to think about was the other drivers, not my wet crotch, not the cold, not my numb knees.
I don't wear it all the time, and I've been caught in the rain without it once. I missed it.

blackesthart
12-10-2012, 12:46 AM
any room in your place man id gladly take out your trash once a week to live in a place where there is no rain and cold. i also can buy your beer for you...

I might be able to make some room for beer:cheersmate:

pTc
12-10-2012, 9:24 AM
Doh! PNW Means Pacific North West.

I did not catch that. My reply is more of an asshole reply now. In retrospect it was jerk anyway. Sorry about that guys. I am in Florida and rode in a t-shirt yesterday. I have no idea what the hell I'd do in your climate. For the 2-3 weeks of what we call cold I just bundle up a bit. It rains almost every afternoon for several of the warmer months of the year. Dry off by the time I get wherever I'm going.

Up in your area I would probably go chill at the diner. Maybe go hit up hot ass Audrey at that resort by the waterfall. I would look for those midgets that speak backwards. Go hang with Laura at the train tracks. If the roads were clear I'd ride up to one eye jacks, get trashed, and get thrown out of the place. Watch out for owls and those narc ass bookhouse boys.

Bdehlin
12-10-2012, 9:45 AM
I've always ridden in the rain, never bothered me. The only time I hated being on the bike is when I got caught in a snowstorm heading to Flagstaff from Phoenix, AZ. 80mph wind chill when it's less than 20 degrees outside was not my idea of a good time. At least there was a hot shower and cold beer when I arrived.

felon
12-10-2012, 10:43 AM
i ride year round, (Atl) never gets THAT cold here. in the rain i throw a rain suit over my clothes. chance of rain i throw the rain suit in my backpack and bungee it to the sissy bar

rustrocket84
12-11-2012, 1:04 PM
Frogg Togg's or something similar. Fold up really small and easily stowed on the bike year round. Keeps your pants dry. I had a pair last me about 4 years before my metal seat pan wore through them. Where you at in the PNW. I'm driving up through Oregon and Southern Washington in January looking for places to move to.

NGH450
12-11-2012, 2:00 PM
I've been pelted by salt from an oncoming salt truck here in northern IL

elJimmyG
12-11-2012, 2:50 PM
I live in the PNW also. I wouldn't say I always ride in the rain, I do sometimes. I guess it depends on my mood. Fortunately I live close to work. What is dicey is when you have to get out on the I-5 when it is really raining. The road sucks so water pools up all over the place. Add in all of the big rigs around here and things get fun.

carl609
12-11-2012, 5:43 PM
I live about 20 miles north of Seattle. I ride as often as I can, and end up getting caught in the rain a lot. I am still debating what to get for all weather gear. Carhartt has some decent looking waterproof pants that I will probably get. I change clothes when I get to work, so as long as I carry a spare pair of socks I am good to go.

CraigWY
12-11-2012, 6:41 PM
As others said, what's difficult about the rain is getting it in your face. I ride with a front fender, but usually put one gloved-hand over my face to make it bearable if it is coming down good - at least enough to get home. Guess a full face would be nice for this...

Stubs
12-11-2012, 7:20 PM
I live in Fl and it rains here all the time so I end up riding home in the rain a lot. Yesterday I rode home while it was poring, my bike has no front fender and I wear a Biltwell helmet. After I got home I ended up having to go back to work for a minute so I took the truck. Then I cuised over to the wife's work and rode her sporty home for her since it was still poring. I squeezed her little full face helmet on and she has a front fender. Man it was so nice. To bad front fenders look so lame.

blacklungky
12-11-2012, 7:50 PM
just depends, short rides i throw on leather and a helmet.

long rides, full face helmet, leather and usually some light rain gear and sometimes my front fender if its gonna be a few days.

TodoMotoSalty
12-12-2012, 1:01 AM
No front fender. All you need is a bandana for your face and some shades. Gloves help too.

SeaChicken
12-12-2012, 1:21 AM
I ride year round in the PNW unless it is really windy or snow on the road. The cold rain sucks and riding with no fender sucks, but you learn allot more from riding in shitty weather than you do in the dry. when I leave the house at night I wear base thermals top and bottom with a fleece shirt on top and jeans on my legs. for a outer layer I wear a leather jacket that I spray with Wilsons water proofing stuff and I keep a pair of green camo goretex pants rolled up on the handlebars. I dont ride when the wind is bad because there are tree branches and debre flying everywhere and I have almost been hit by branches a few times.

VPNick
12-12-2012, 12:40 PM
i used to ride without a front or rear fender...would get asked alot how it was in the rain. I am also in San Diego so it isnt such a big deal. I would just throw on my leather jacket and a bubble shield. I have a rear fender on now and love, still front fenderless. People are maniacs here on the highway and the rain makes it worse so i stay off the highway when its raining if i have a choice

RedemptionMotorcycles
12-12-2012, 3:15 PM
20 Years ago when I was bar tending my way threw tech school the pub had a customer that rode year round in northern Wisconsin,...

He'd ride in the middle of a snow storm,......

I've been riding for close to 30 years year-round in Wisconsin. It's only bad when it's -20 to -30 below with blowing snow. Face gets frostbit after about 10 minutes of riding. Dress warm and ride in the rain, cold, snow, whatever. Life is short, the ride more than makes up for the discomfort.

Ellis
12-12-2012, 3:46 PM
Ride in the rain? Come on, that's just crazy. What's next? Ride in the dark? Ride more than 600 or 800 miles?

Nuts.



So, yeah. I ride in the rain unless it is cold. ...or dark.

Now this is funny shit...man I'm still laughing....

Grantman
12-13-2012, 3:43 AM
20 Years ago when I was bar tending my way threw tech school the pub had a customer that rode year round in northern Wisconsin,...

He'd ride in the middle of a snow storm,......

I think that dude worked at the same warehouse as me, he had to park his bike in the warehouse or he couldn't get it to fire after work. Fucker came to work one day and it was 20 below! Everyone there said he was nuts. I startede to rap with the dude and it turned out he just didn't own a car, now that's a true biker IMHO.

derekd403
12-13-2012, 4:28 AM
my buddy rides all year round through any kind of weather....except he has a huge vulcan 2000 with the windshield to block the wind, one of those carhartt looking suits that plugs into the cigarette lighter to keep you warm, and heated grips. I have seen him in the middle of February in Michigan riding while its snowing at -20. I do not have the testicular fortitude to do that, and really, i dont mind :)

blackesthart
12-17-2012, 5:42 PM
I talk all this shit like it don't ever rain in San Diego and then it rains for a week :mad:

Siempre
12-18-2012, 7:35 PM
My Bike is My DD up here on Whidbey Island, WA. It's as far North as you can get before you hit Canada! So rain, cold, and WIND! I ride through it all. Luckily my daily commute is only 10-15 minutes, and even then the fingers are a little dead by the time I arrive anywhere. Like my previous post:
'I just don't feel right unless my pants are dripping in the front of my boots'

-

KamikazeChris
12-19-2012, 1:51 AM
Working on getting a front fender asap! I live in the eastern part of Washington and ride through the rain. Tie a bandana around the front forks, around my face and throw an old back pack on my back so my back doesn't get too soaked. You'll dry off eventually, right?

Siempre
12-19-2012, 7:04 AM
Yeah...'Eventually'! Speaking of The Wonderfully Weather in WA! I am sitting on watch right now, rode the Bike in at 2300 since it seemed okay and now it's like a damn hurricane outside and I gotta ride back at 0730... If it snows, I'm screwed....

cb550Matt
12-19-2012, 8:23 AM
... If it snows, I'm screwed....

It snowed, ffs there has been some sort of moisture pissing down on me since sept 21st. Worst fall winter in a decade+

SeaChicken
12-19-2012, 11:26 AM
I rode the other night at 2 am before the logs started washing up on west beach and it was getting pretty ridiculous. Tree branches and shit flying everywhere. Had to warm up the engine for a oil change. The one thing I dont like riding in is really bad wind.

PAWN
12-20-2012, 7:24 AM
Living in Miami and riding every day you will get into some downpours. Summertime downpours are the worst. I feel like I'd rather be cold than hot in that situation because even if your weather gear works you are still going to be soaking wet due to the heat.

Siempre
12-20-2012, 2:52 PM
...The one thing I dont like riding in is really bad wind.

Agreed

TyroninFXR
12-20-2012, 5:59 PM
Year round commute, no car. Not bad with gear and a front fender, full face, rain pants and jacket, and gaiters for the boots. Sacramento doesn't get real cold, but plenty wet and windy. Used to do it on a CBR, but now on the FXR it seems safer, better handling on slippery surfaces, and the jerks around me can hear me. I'll ride in the rain any day if it's necessary, school or work, but not so much just for kicks.

mclaine
12-20-2012, 6:22 PM
Damn it's fun riding in the snow
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But the Salt burns in the eyes, so if ya got no front-fender stay away from the snowplow...

draggin37
12-21-2012, 10:13 AM
The good news is, it only last about 6-8 months. Yup.. Fuck!

exactly! Figures I would get my shovel going just in time to get in 1-2 rides around town before its started this shit. New tires + virgin foot clutch + rain = Ill wait till spring.

Siempre
12-21-2012, 12:47 PM
mcclaine... You are a brave, brave man...

nmaineron
12-21-2012, 3:26 PM
Trying to ride in the winter here in Northern Maine is foolish at best, especially if we have started having our constant below freezing weather and our winter snows.the roads may get dry but you never know when black ice is going to appear.Its hard enough at times to keep 4 wheels on the road let alone 2.they also use this liquid calcium and/or salt sand to keep the roads from freezing but its like snot at times.Besides it being caustic to your bike,especially the aluminum parts, its also wicked slippery,so I just park the ole girl till the spring melts.We just got 2 feet of snow on Tuesday with predicted 8" more through the weekend so its a white Christmas for us and a Merry Christmas to of you:cheersmate:

SeaChicken
12-21-2012, 5:45 PM
^^^ Reminds me to call a buddy up there that wants to get a bike this year.

sincealways
12-21-2012, 6:22 PM
I'm in Canada, we get some rad chinooks up here in Calgary&its gives you a decent break from the snow which is nice. So I ride when i can, I'm hoping early April it'll be ok down the NW way as I'm riding to California to stay for a month. I dont care as long as theres no snow/ice on the roads I'll be ok.

Korayama
12-21-2012, 7:34 PM
Ride about 300 days a year, always have. Its just water, it wont ruin your bike or melt your skin.

Riding under less than optimal conditions, and riding more than just 4 hrs on the weekend, will keep you safe and in one piece.

Yes you know your wet when your shoes are full of water, yes you know your wet when youre balls are wet.

So, aerostich works..so does a good full face helmet. Best raingear I have is a set of pants and jacket from Eddie bauer that are made of goretex.

Born in Salem, lived in Oregon all my life except 11 yrs in the Navy..never wanna be anywhere else BTW. Great people, clean water..lots of space and trees. Love it.

Siempre
12-26-2012, 11:39 AM
Ride about 300 days a year, always have. Its just water, it wont ruin your bike or melt your skin.

Riding under less than optimal conditions, and riding more than just 4 hrs on the weekend, will keep you safe and in one piece.

Yes you know your wet when your shoes are full of water, yes you know your wet when youre balls are wet.

So, aerostich works..so does a good full face helmet. Best raingear I have is a set of pants and jacket from Eddie bauer that are made of goretex.

Born in Salem, lived in Oregon all my life except 11 yrs in the Navy..never wanna be anywhere else BTW. Great people, clean water..lots of space and trees. Love it.

True Story. Everyone asks how I deal with getting a little wet (or a lot'a wet!) and you just gotta shrug it off and explain that your skin is always waterproof... and you are right... I have yet to melt!

SeaChicken
12-27-2012, 1:18 AM
Balls and asscrack just about every day. Just change my pants when I get to work. I agree with Korayama, I learned more in a couple months when I rode my first winter than all my combined experience on the road. Riding in shitty weather will really put you on another level of skill and awareness.

vetto
12-27-2012, 11:00 AM
No front fender. All you need is a bandana for your face and some shades. Gloves help too.

No fender here, and in New England.

I did that once. ONCE. A wet bandana wrapped around your mouth and nose at 70mph ...well, lets just say I know what waterboarding feels like.
I almost suffocated and died on the freeway. Very scary.

crash13
12-27-2012, 11:37 PM
No fender here, and in New England.

I did that once. ONCE. A wet bandana wrapped around your mouth and nose at 70mph ...well, lets just say I know what waterboarding feels like.
I almost suffocated and died on the freeway. Very scary.

I know what you mean had the same thing happen to me. I'm in Western Pa. Sometimes i wear a full face if it's pouring when i leave with no end in sight. But must of the time if starts when i'm out i'll just grin and bear it. I like the looks on the faces of people i pass while on the road. Oh yeah no front fender here either

steffan
12-28-2012, 12:56 AM
http://www.rideicon.com/products/?categoryId=994

pnw company! waterproof gear and heated gloves. pricy but worth it. if im just riding around town ill just get wet. if im going somewhere i suit up.

i have the patrol jacket and boots. i went over the the mountains late at night below 30degs. for about 4 hours. i was cold but i would have been dead without it.

steffan
12-28-2012, 1:01 AM
also i will run a front fender on trips and a full face helmet. ill just throw the bandanna on if the fender is off already and its just accross town. eventually youll get wet no matter what no way around that.

vagrant318
12-28-2012, 2:32 AM
I rode everyday in southern Wisconsin until last week when we got about 20 inches of snow. Now there is still too much compact snow and ice, still sketchy on my bicycle even with studded tires.. Hopefully it will warm up enough by february to ride again...

DistinctCustoms
01-04-2013, 12:53 PM
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We ride in the wet here in Oklahoma, just sucks when some of that red clay gets washed across the road and ya have short rear fenders. Makes for funny photos though.

vetto
01-05-2013, 5:22 PM
Thats funny right tharr ^^^^
LOL