Cyclists hate riding in the rain, yet many bicycle commuters
and messengers have no choice. Many were interviewed about
how they ride in wet weather. Although other needs surfaced,
Drybike concentrated on the need of keeping hands warm and dry.

"Many cyclists would prefer to wear nothing on their hands.
Riding in good weather without gloves gives you excellent
feel for the handlebar and a sense of freedom."

--Craig, commuter            

"Gloves tend to slip, and if they aren't slippery, they look all
bulky and stupid. I just keep one hand in my pocket and trade
off hands. When one is too cold, I switch."

--Kaye, commuter