What to Wear Fat Biking?

First off, everyone must wear a helmet; it will keep your head warm and if you’re riding at night, makes it easier to attach a head lamp.  Wear a light toque under your helmet.  

Dress in layers!  It is better to bring a backpack and take off or put on a layer of clothing, than it is to be too hot or too cold.

It is most important when fat biking that your feet are warm, so ensure that you are wearing the proper socks and boots; we even recommend over-boots to block the wind.

Hand warmers to block the wind on your handle bars are also a good idea.  Gloves or Lobster Mitts will help keep your hands from getting cold.

Lastly, a buff to protect your face from frost bite on the down hills is a must.