Let's not mind, cycling in winter is not as fun as cycling in summer. It's cold, it's rather wet and it gets dark early, which makes it harder to see and see while driving. These three reasons combine to create a strong deterrent that causes many people to store their bikes in the shed by spring, but with the right equipment, you can continue to ride your bike and enjoy the best – yes, we said – to get around.  When it comes to cycling clothing for the winter, a breathable, waterproof jacket and warm gloves are essential, but when it comes to your bike, high quality lights should be your priority. It is tempting to go to Poundland to get some basic lights, but they will do little to make you more visible on the road and absolutely nothing to illuminate your way.
Driving well When you're on busy city streets, you may not need a headlight on the handlebars of your bike, but you'll need bright front and rear lights for easy traffic visibility. Driving on the roads where there are no roads means that bright lights are important to detect emerging hazards.