Just because the temperature drops doesn't mean you have to put your bike away. As long as the snow and ice hold off, you should keep riding. Some riders still go out after that. No matter what you do, just remember that staying warm is extremely important. When you're able to keep warm, you're able to ride safely. Don't let your hands get numb or your body get chilled. These articles will help you ready yourself for the cold days ahead.
Bike Bandit's guide is one of the most comprehensive resources out there. The company will tell you everything you need to know and point you towards the products that are the best. If you only want to read one article on cold weather riding gear, this is the guide I recommend.
This piece from Men's Journal is nothing more than a list of gear to consider for winter weather. While it's pretty simple, the publication recommends some seriously good gear and tells you about each piece of equipment. I'm in full agreement with their choices. If you want a quick and easy guide to what to buy this is a great article.
RideApart does recommend a lot of different pieces of gear in this piece but the publication also talks about the need to wear layers and how to do it. If you're looking for a guide that will let you use some of the items that you already own, this is a great article to reference.
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