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    Your last ride temp / Your favorite fat bike temp

    -5 f / 0 - -10 f

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    15f / 20-25f
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    11f.
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    -3 C. -20ishC
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    Last 30 c
    Fave 20 c ish

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    -5F for last ride. Fav fat temp probably +20F

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    About 22F at start this morning.

    My favorite is probably 15F. Cold enough that pogies are worthwhile, but not quite so cold that I've gotta wear too many layers to keep warm.

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    15f, 60-70f.

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    -8f, +15-20f
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    Saw the ole 24F on the sign riding back from the mountains above town. 24 is my fav temp for winter riding. You can overheat with a thin layer under the jacket, but you can usually open up enough to mitigate it, but it's not so cold that your toes and fingers are going numb where it's just a matter of time before you have to stop riding. I like going out when it's a lot colder too, but when I do it never really feels like I can just stay out indefinitely, usually because of the massive difference between the heat you put out during riding and the insulation needed for just standing around, you get cold quickly if you stop.
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    Todays ride was -3 C with overcast so the mud was frozen, if it would have been sunny the mud would have thawed out by mid morning. Same with snow, even though it's below freezing the sun can ruin the trail conditions quick.

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    Today = 27F, Fav is 65-70
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