Looks like it, and so it was, if you had the right gear: temps were a little under 30* for most of the ride. I've ridden topless in a Jeep at such temps. It's nice but can get chilly if you get your layers wrong. I'd have been happier on the descent if I'd been able to add my extra layers beforehand, but the thought of descending without my outer layer was very unhappy indeed. I only thought I fixed my zipper problem at the parking area 😣.Looks like good top down covertible weather.
In that case, it was perfect top down weather .If the storm outside doesn't have a name, the top goes down.
It's actually easier in Spring. If warm temps lead into snow, the latter is much less likely to stick on pavement, or to be a problem when it does. In the case of yesterday's climb, there were some shaded sections near the top which sported random yards of semi-frozen pavement. Without studded tires I worried about those, but had the chance to eyeball them on the way up. As a result, I took lines I otherwise wouldn't on the way down, but only for maybe a couple hundred yards total.newleaf,
I’d like riding there & with the snow, but….. I’m leery about riding on wet roads/paved trails in freezing temps.
I’ve had a way of giving cyclists beatings.
What’s the trick to knowing?