Keeping Your Hands Warm

Chicago seasons are pretty drastic and before you know it, you’ll feel a little chilly as you ride your motorcycle. As a used motorcycle dealer serving Chicago, we want to make sure you have all the tips and tricks to stay comfortable during the colder months while you ride. 

 

Purchase Cold Gloves

A quality pair of cold gloves goes a long way in keeping your hands comfortable while controlling the bike. Make sure the gloves you choose are not too bulky and you’re satisfied with the benefits, such as good insulation, and what type of temperatures the gloves can handle. 

 

Invest In Hand Warmers

Hand warmers can be inserted into your gloves before begin your ride. Make sure you give the hand warmers some time to heat up and place them comfortably in your gloves so you don’t notice them as you drive your motorcycle. The only downside to hand warmers is that they do not last as long as other products, but they are cost-effective and you can buy them in bulk, using them for shorter spurts of rides. 

 

Muffs For Hands

Most muffs are fleece-lined on the inside and waterproof on the outer side, so they work well to keep your hands and arms warm and dry. They are removable so you can put them on your handles as needed and take them off during the warm, summer months. The downside to the muffs is that they are huge and bulky, but if you know you get cold, they could still be worth it for your rides.

 

Consider Heated Grips

Heated motorcycle grips are great in that they are effective and not bulky in the least. Their popularity has risen exponentially, so much so that many manufacturers have started to include heated grips with a standard package. The heating element underneath the handlebar is connected to the motorcycle’s battery, so once the bike starts, the heaters begin to take effect and riders will immediately feel some relief from the cold weather. 

 

Final Tips

Make sure you consider these tips before you purchase any warming products.

  • Always buy leather as it’s best at preventing wind impact
  • Look for breathability in the product so you have ventilation and avoid moisture buildup
  • Think about your safety when it comes to bulkier products and how it may affect your driving abilities

 

If you are still unsure of what warming products to buy, contact your used motorcycle dealer in Chicago today and we will be happy to help you figure out what will work best for you.

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