Colder weather is moving in fast, but with the right gear, we don’t have to stop riding or get stuck indoors on the trainer! With the latest cool (and co-o-old) weather gear from Castelli, Gore, Giordana, and Pearl Izumi, plus lights from Specialized, Garmin, and Niterider, Competitive Cyclist has what you need to spin through until spring!

Here are some of their top picks for men and women, from jackets to bibs, caps to gloves…

Jackets

Competitive Cyclist Jacket Composite

Your outer layer might just be the most important piece for keeping cold air, or rain or snow, at bay. Layer one of these jackets on top to keep yourself protected from the elements.

Tops

Competitive Cyclist Tops Composite

A solid long-sleeve jersey can stand on its own in milder temps, and makes a great layer when it gets cooler out. Adding a vest is an easy way to start off warm, then stuff it in your jersey pocket once you get going.

Bottoms

Competitive Cyclist Bottoms Composite

Castelli makes some of the warmest winter bib tights we’ve ever ridden in. And the anatomically mapped paneling provides extra stretch for better range of motion, too, while their NanoFlex technology repels water, making them great for cyclocross and mountain biking, too.

Accessories

Competitive Cyclist Accessories Composite

Add some extra warmth and protection to your cold-weather kit with waterproof gloves, leg warmers, or a windproof balaclava.

Lights

Competitive Cyclist Lights Composite

Visibility is always important, especially as cooler temps bring in foggier conditions and cutting our days short, so make sure you’re properly lit up for your ride. And, these help drivers see you, too, which is even more important with the low sun this time of year making it harder for afterwork drivers to see you!

Check out more great winter riding apparel and gear at CompetitiveCyclist.com.


Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Competitive Cyclist.

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