I think this might just be the coldest day on which I've ever ridden. I ride no matter what the weather is like and I'm not normally one to bitch about a little cold. Maybe I'm just a big California sissy (year-round riding weather)haha but 25 degrees Fahrenheit with 60 mph wind chill for 20 minutes makes me question my manhood a little lol. A few years ago when I first started riding I used to ride my Honda Ruckus an hour and a half one way to work on cold days, and back then all I had was a pair of those cheap little "banana-peel-leather gloves...". But I don't think I ever did that in colder than about 33 degrees. Oh and there was the 27 degree day through the mountain pass going south up out of Death Valley, CA circa 2008. That was wet and there was snow and ice. My gloves I have now don't seem to do a lot of good in anything below about 45 degrees. But I suppose I should be happy I had them tonight. Even though they seem a bit shit to be honest (for COLD weather protection, I mean), I suppose my fingers would have hurt a lot worse without themBy the way can anyone knowledgable on the subject tell me when you should start to worry about damaging your body/extremities due to cold weather exposure while riding a bike? I'm guessing it's probably gotta be really cold and/or wet for quite a while before that becomes a serious concern, no? Really never gets colder than it is tonight here in CA, but still I wonder about this for when I go to other states or even if 25 degrees with wet hands or whatever should be a cause for concern. Thanks for any input and sorry for my rambling - if you actually read it all!