Who Rides All Year Round...?

mk1

PUDDLE - BLASTER
Dudes , its that time of the year in my neck of the woods when we take our skis out of the water for the Winter. Spring seems like an eternity away. :(:(:( Do any of you guys ride 24\7 , all year round. Now i don`t mean with dry suits , helmets and hot handgrips etc. , freezing your bits off (not my idea of fun). Any of you living where you can jump on your FX1 anytime you want wearing only shorts and a lifejacket.? Or are we all in the same boat...
 
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I usually ride up to Thanksgiving time and then once the ice melts. I used a full wetsuit, booties, gloves, helmet, and coat. Keeps me warm enough ha. I am located in Massachusetts.
 
Definitely year round in Texas, but I throw on a wet suit, boots and gloves in January and February, and sometimes in December
 
March-November here in Colorado "freezing my bits off" lol. Hoping to have found a lake 3 hours from me that apparently doesn't freeze till late December so I might get one extra Month of riding in. Yay!
 

bird

walking on water
I've come to love cold weather riding, it really gets my adrenaline flowing. My biggest problem was cold hands, Gauntlets fixed that issue.

We ride a heated lake in April, there's a nuclear reactor onsite that uses the lake as a cooling pond.
 
I've come to love cold weather riding, it really gets my adrenaline flowing. My biggest problem was cold hands, Gauntlets fixed that issue.

We ride a heated lake in April, there's a nuclear reactor onsite that uses the lake as a cooling pond.
Like snowmobile gauntlets? Or did you find neoprene ones?


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Roseand

Ready to RIP
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@Roseand had a custom prop made by the makers of the Ninja blender.
Hey, it worked pretty good!

Drysuit, pisser converted to hand warmers, 5mm thick neoprene socks, dive hood and I was very comfortable in 25-40 degree air temps and literally freezing water temps....since I had to break ice to ride. Lol

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bird

walking on water
Like snowmobile gauntlets? Or did you find neoprene ones?


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Neoprene ones. I started with some Duck Hunting ones, but I've since switched to 5mm Surfing/Water skiing ones made by Neosport.
 
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