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"Being cold doesn’t make you tough; it makes you uncomfortable. When you head out in cool spring temps, be sure to wear more than you think you should. Until it's 65 degrees, I wear a wool beanie, full leg warmers, a buff, shoe covers, a vest, and long sleeves. Staying warm will reduce the chances of tendon damage, allow your body to use energy to go fast instead of keep you warm, and make your riding experience much more fun." —Serena Bishop Gordon, 33, 2012 National Cross Country Champion
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31 Biking Tips from Elite Female Cyclists