How many of us wear glasses while riding?

Get the forum community involved in polls and surveys.

How often do I wear eye protection while riding?

Never.
6
4%
Do contact lenses count?
5
3%
Less than 50% of the time
5
3%
About 50% of the time
10
6%
Pretty much all the time but I might skip it every now and then.
44
28%
Are you kidding me? Getting blinded that one time was enough. I wear them every time I ride - no exceptions.
86
55%
 
Total votes: 156

User avatar
kmxtornado   1 kW

1 kW
Posts: 490
Joined: Feb 28 2011 5:43pm
Location: Bay Area
Contact:

How many of us wear glasses while riding?

Post by kmxtornado » Dec 21 2011 6:10pm

I'm curious how many of us ride with some sort of eye protection, whether it be sunglasses, cycling glasses, something that's already built into a helmet, or even the Home Depot style safety glasses. Please vote and say a few words on your choice.

Perhaps I should start off.

My eyes get watery even at downhill speeds of 25mph on a recumbent trike. Perhaps it's the wind going into my face that makes me cry. I loved the trike (and still do) and was training for a longer 545 mile 7 day ride. To get some miles in which meant I'd have to ride at night. Most of the day time was taken up by work and errands. Sunglasses at night doesn't really work, so I grabbed a relatively affordable pair of photochromic ones from Tifosi:
http://www.tifosioptics.com/products/ar ... cling|Run/ which darken in the sun. This particular pair of sunglasses are pretty much clear in the absence of sun, so riding at night with these things on is fine. I didn't want to have to switch out lenses or have multiple pairs of sunglasses. REI sells these for a good deal when you can get their 30% off coupon.

Curious if I'm being super paranoid since I'm coming from riding on 3 wheels to a 2-wheeled Trek 800 ebike. I'm just that much more worried that if stuff gets in my eyes and I can't see, it'll be that much worse trying to balance and orient myself on the road with the obstacles of traffic, kids and other fun city stuff that likes to get in our way.

The only reason I'd say I wear eye protection less than 100% of the time is b/c I recently went out at night w/o glasses or a helmet (not typical of me). Normally, I wear them all time time. Gloves, helmet, glasses - check.

The sunglasses have been great and I'm glad I had them when I was speeding down a hill at probably something close to 50mph during the Aids Life Cycle fundraiser. Maybe slower, but definitely at least 45mph. It was the best time on the trike ever! I wear these same ones one the e-bike and it's been great. Highly recommended to wear some sort of eye protection. Even if it's not for sun, the cheap safety glasses from Home Depot should work just fine. At probably $4-7/pair at the most, these can save your eyes from dust, rocks, bugs and other crud just waiting to hit you in the eye. And no, I'm not talking about the goggles that you used to wear in Chemistry class. I'm talking about these:

http://www.homedepot.com/Featured-Produ ... ogId=10053

After visiting the Home Depot site, I noticed there are a ton of other ones ranging from $3.99-19.99 that look fairly attractive. At $20 though, it's getting close to the cost of real sunglasses. I'd stick with the sub $10 if you go cheap. Each to their own.
Last edited by kmxtornado on Dec 21 2011 6:51pm, edited 3 times in total.
- E-bike conversion: http://endless-sphere.com/forums/viewto ... 70#p474570
- Build Blog: http://e-bikeconversion.blogspot.com/ (20mph)
- Mini folding scooter: http://endless-sphere.com/forums/viewto ... =3&t=33471 (9mph-->13mph)
- Recumbent Trike completed ALC ride from SF to LA: http://kmxtornado.blogspot.com (27mph flats)
- Catrike Speed
- Motorized Ice Chest: http://www.endless-sphere.com/forums/vi ... 12&t=70650 (13-->22mph)

User avatar
biohazardman   100 kW

100 kW
Posts: 1340
Joined: Jun 29 2008 5:28pm
Location: Portland,Oregon USA

Re: How many of us wear glasses while riding?

Post by biohazardman » Dec 21 2011 6:14pm

I wear some type of wrap around safety or sunglasses to keep the wind, rain, bugs and other stuff out of my eyes always. I likes to be able to see where to put my front wheel or at least what I am running over.
Last edited by biohazardman on Dec 21 2011 6:40pm, edited 1 time in total.
Build it like your life depends on it. Cuz it does.
Golden Motor Schwinn first build http://goldenmotor.com/SMF/index.php?topic=279.0
Giant BMC build http://endless-sphere.com/forums/viewto ... &start=390
Short ride vids http://endless-sphere.com/forums/viewto ... 60#p321703

User avatar
amberwolf   100 GW

100 GW
Posts: 25131
Joined: Aug 17 2009 6:43am
Location: Phoenix, AZ, USA, Earth, Sol, Local Bubble, Orion Arm, Milky Way, Local Group
Contact:

Re: How many of us wear glasses while riding?

Post by amberwolf » Dec 21 2011 6:19pm

I only wear normal glasses most of the time.

On bright summer days I used to wear wraparound darkened safety glasses, but those broke at the right side in a fall, and I've not fixed them yet. I only wear them for the shade, not for safety; I specifically picked those up because they coudl be worn along with my regular glasses, but my current glasses are too wide so I had to wear these inside the glasses, which is wierd.

The FF helmet has a visor if I need wind protection, but I don't usually lower it at all, and sometimes I lower it halfway such as in rain or dust storms, or if cars in front of me are kcking up debris.

If my eyes were good enough I'd probably ride without eye protection other than sunglasses or visor.

User avatar
StudEbiker   1 MW

1 MW
Posts: 1999
Joined: Apr 13 2009 2:15pm
Location: Ashland, OR, USA

Re: How many of us wear glasses while riding?

Post by StudEbiker » Dec 21 2011 6:35pm

I usually wear sunglasses, but I have a snowboarder set of goggles to wear when it rains or if it's really cold. The snow board goggles don't fog up like regular glasses do.

User avatar
kmxtornado   1 kW

1 kW
Posts: 490
Joined: Feb 28 2011 5:43pm
Location: Bay Area
Contact:

Re: How many of us wear glasses while riding?

Post by kmxtornado » Dec 21 2011 6:52pm

Speaking of fog, I hear if you spit on it and rub it all over, it'll fog up less. We do that with snorkeling goggles all the time and so far it works. I hope none of you end up with my rental pair. Hahhaha.
- E-bike conversion: http://endless-sphere.com/forums/viewto ... 70#p474570
- Build Blog: http://e-bikeconversion.blogspot.com/ (20mph)
- Mini folding scooter: http://endless-sphere.com/forums/viewto ... =3&t=33471 (9mph-->13mph)
- Recumbent Trike completed ALC ride from SF to LA: http://kmxtornado.blogspot.com (27mph flats)
- Catrike Speed
- Motorized Ice Chest: http://www.endless-sphere.com/forums/vi ... 12&t=70650 (13-->22mph)

User avatar
AussieJester   100 GW

100 GW
Posts: 8736
Joined: Mar 11 2008 3:33am
Location: Perth Western Australia

Re: How many of us wear glasses while riding?

Post by AussieJester » Dec 21 2011 6:57pm

I wear glassess religiously when riding
And wont let anyone ride my bikes without
Glassess. I wear either sunnies or safety
Glassess, I bought a yellow lensed pair
Specifically for using while riding.
If you have never been hit in the face
by a large insect or rock flicked up
By another bike/car, you might not
"get" the whole glassess while riding thang, SO!
Consider this, a bee or wasp in the eye
While traveling at 30mph or more! Its
Not uncommon to get hit by insects, you
Only get on pair of eyes, look after them fellas!

KiM

User avatar
Gordo   100 kW

100 kW
Posts: 1218
Joined: May 23 2010 4:46pm
Location: THE COLD WHITE NORTHWEST, EH?

Re: How many of us wear glasses while riding?

Post by Gordo » Dec 21 2011 7:15pm

As a beekeeper, I have no fear of bees, only wasps or hornets. As an ebiker, I think a person who rides without eye protection does not know that when you impact the friendly little honey bee, he will sting you in the eye and you can be blind for a week or 2. I once had a wasp bounce off my chest up under my helmet face shield and get behind my sun glasses. Life's a crap shoot.
X-treme 3KW Scooter...OFF ROAD ONLY....Giant 1KW 48V 24" Hubmotor....E-Apex 1KW 48V 26" Hubmotor, built 2012-05-26
Thanks Justin, for saving ES. May Grin Tech grow and prosper.

User avatar
Rassy   1 MW

1 MW
Posts: 1979
Joined: Apr 08 2007 10:58am
Location: Eugene, Oregon USA

Re: How many of us wear glasses while riding?

Post by Rassy » Dec 21 2011 9:22pm

I have to wear regular glasses for driving, but found on the bike my eyes start getting watery at about 15 MPH, worse when it's cold out. So now it's either wrap around sun glasses or safety classes. The cheap clear ones at HF work great.
-Rassy-
One Tadpole Trike equipped with a Bafang BBS02
https://endless-sphere.com/forums/viewt ... 28&t=69419
One Delta Trike equipped with a Bafang BBS02
https://endless-sphere.com/forums/viewt ... 0#p1291260

User avatar
kmxtornado   1 kW

1 kW
Posts: 490
Joined: Feb 28 2011 5:43pm
Location: Bay Area
Contact:

Re: How many of us wear glasses while riding?

Post by kmxtornado » Dec 21 2011 11:43pm

I am actually quite pleasantly surprised how many of you wear eye protection while riding. Awesome. Can you guys talk a bit more about performance of lens color and ur experiences?
- E-bike conversion: http://endless-sphere.com/forums/viewto ... 70#p474570
- Build Blog: http://e-bikeconversion.blogspot.com/ (20mph)
- Mini folding scooter: http://endless-sphere.com/forums/viewto ... =3&t=33471 (9mph-->13mph)
- Recumbent Trike completed ALC ride from SF to LA: http://kmxtornado.blogspot.com (27mph flats)
- Catrike Speed
- Motorized Ice Chest: http://www.endless-sphere.com/forums/vi ... 12&t=70650 (13-->22mph)

User avatar
Xanda2260   100 W

100 W
Posts: 298
Joined: Mar 11 2011 4:05pm
Location: Lowestoft, UK

Re: How many of us wear glasses while riding?

Post by Xanda2260 » Dec 22 2011 2:31pm

Only time I dont wear shades is at night (cos I cant see ;-)). Must get some clear lenses at some point...
The White Warrior - http://endless-sphere.com/forums/viewto ... =6&t=33918
Homebuilt 40mph+ tadpole!

User avatar
spinningmagnets   100 GW

100 GW
Posts: 10654
Joined: Dec 21 2007 10:27pm
Location: Ft Riley, NE Kansas

Re: How many of us wear glasses while riding?

Post by spinningmagnets » Dec 22 2011 2:45pm

I used to work at McDonnel Douglas many years ago. They had free safety glasses that were required for everyone while working on anything. I had read about UV rays being bad for eyes, but I hadn't really believed how much I would feel the difference until one day when I couldn't find my tinted safety glasses during the day (working outside) and I wore some clear safety glasses with UV protection when running a portable grinder.

Most of the cheap clear safety glasses I had worn had no UV coating. I had expected to be squinting on this occasion, but was surprised at how comfortable my eyes were, even with the clear lenses. The only explanation I could think of is that the pair I was using was clearly labeleld as having a UV coating.

From that point forward, when ever I buy sunglasses, I make sure they have a UV coating on them. I have been hit in the face/eyes with bugs and grit thrown up by passing cars while riding a motorcycle. Even on just a bike, I always use eye protection...

I grew up with my mom having one eye...actually she has two eyes, but she calls one "store-bought", and says one of her eyes is like the stars..."it comes out at night"

edit: wife ordered me to remove my glasses when we took the pic in my avatar (shrugs and says *yes, dear*)
Last edited by spinningmagnets on Jun 12 2013 9:16am, edited 1 time in total.

User avatar
GMUseless   100 W

100 W
Posts: 246
Joined: Jul 13 2011 4:13pm
Location: Gulf Coast, Alabama, US

Re: How many of us wear glasses while riding?

Post by GMUseless » Dec 22 2011 3:45pm

kmxtornado wrote:I am actually quite pleasantly surprised how many of you wear eye protection while riding. Awesome. Can you guys talk a bit more about performance of lens color and ur experiences?
I learned my lesson riding overgrown single track. Nothing like a switch to the eye to adjust your attitude. Now, I always wear some type of eye gear. If I'm wearing the full face helmet, then always goggles. Otherwise, sunglasses or even clear safety glasses.

As far as lens color, I have a pretty good assortment of goggles from snowboarding and I'll use those on the eBike. I like the Persimmon tint for low light, as it adds definition without turning everything yellow. For day time, I use a polarized gray lens.

User avatar
kmxtornado   1 kW

1 kW
Posts: 490
Joined: Feb 28 2011 5:43pm
Location: Bay Area
Contact:

Re: How many of us wear glasses while riding?

Post by kmxtornado » Dec 22 2011 4:04pm

spinningmagnets wrote:I used to work at McDonnel Douglas many years ago. They had free safety glasses that were required for everyone while working on anything. I had read about UV rays being bad for eyes, but I hadn't really believed how much I would feel the difference until one day when I couldn't find my tinted safety glasses during the day and I wore some clear safety glasses with UV protection when running a grinder.

Most of the cheap clear safety glasses I had worn had no UV coating. I had expected to be squinting on this occasion, but was surprised at how comfortable my eyes were, even with the clear lenses. The only explanation I could think of is that the pair I was using was clearly labeleld as having a UV coating.

From that point forward, when ever I buy sunglasses, I make sure they have a UV coating on them. I have been hit in the face/eyes with bugs and grit thrown up by passing cars while riding a motorcycle. Even on just a bike, I always use eye protection...

I grew up with my mom having one eye...actually she has two eyes, but she calls one "store-bought", and says one of her eyes is like the stars..."it comes out at night"

edit: wife ordered me to remove my glasses when we took the pic in my avatar (shrugs and says *yes, dear*)
You bring up an interesting point. I had never thought about clear lenses being UV protective. With this added benefit, I suppose there's really no reason not to wear 'em. +1 for another reason to keep that eye protection on folks.
- E-bike conversion: http://endless-sphere.com/forums/viewto ... 70#p474570
- Build Blog: http://e-bikeconversion.blogspot.com/ (20mph)
- Mini folding scooter: http://endless-sphere.com/forums/viewto ... =3&t=33471 (9mph-->13mph)
- Recumbent Trike completed ALC ride from SF to LA: http://kmxtornado.blogspot.com (27mph flats)
- Catrike Speed
- Motorized Ice Chest: http://www.endless-sphere.com/forums/vi ... 12&t=70650 (13-->22mph)

User avatar
Kingfish   10 GW

10 GW
Posts: 4064
Joined: Feb 03 2010 11:23am
Location: Redmond, WA-USA, Earth, Sol, Orion–Cygnus Arm, Milky Way. Age: > yesterday < tomorrow
Contact:

Re: How many of us wear glasses while riding?

Post by Kingfish » Dec 23 2011 2:29pm

I only wear contacts when I go skiing 8)

Woo hoo! KF
* My 2WD Garden Wall
* Kinaye MotorSports
* Primary ride: 2WD Disc 9C 2806-equiv / Dual Lyen 12FET / 20S7P LiPo.
* Epics: Going to California: 2011 8)
* 50-mph, 101, 10k-Club. 12,527 miles-to-date, 7037 as 2WD.

It is by caffeine alone I set my mind in motion.
It is by the beans of Java that thoughts acquire speed.
The hands acquire shakes, the shakes become a warning.
It is by caffeine alone I set my mind in motion.

User avatar
Pure   10 kW

10 kW
Posts: 743
Joined: Jan 31 2009 11:54pm
Location: Jacksonville, FL

Re: How many of us wear glasses while riding?

Post by Pure » Dec 23 2011 2:37pm

AussieJester wrote:I wear glassess religiously when riding
And wont let anyone ride my bikes without
Glassess. I wear either sunnies or safety
Glassess, I bought a yellow lensed pair
Specifically for using while riding.
If you have never been hit in the face
by a large insect or rock flicked up
By another bike/car, you might not
"get" the whole glassess while riding thang, SO!
Consider this, a bee or wasp in the eye
While traveling at 30mph or more! Its
Not uncommon to get hit by insects, you
Only get on pair of eyes, look after them fellas!

KiM
I even wear clear safety glasses at night now because of this. I actually got a black eye from a bug one night. So yeah, I learnt my lesson, so now 2 things I never get on my bike without, glasses and gloves.
Mongoose DH
X5304
60V20Ah LiFePO4

I'm polymerized tree sap and you're an inorganic adhesive, so whatever verbal projectile you launch in my direction is reflected off of me, returns to its original trajectory and adheres to you. So there!

User avatar
kmxtornado   1 kW

1 kW
Posts: 490
Joined: Feb 28 2011 5:43pm
Location: Bay Area
Contact:

Re: How many of us wear glasses while riding?

Post by kmxtornado » Dec 23 2011 3:32pm

It's a bit interesting that your helmet isn't on that list. I definitely wear gloves though. Once getting on two wheels when riding a recumbent trike, it teaches you a lesson. Cover your fingers or the gravel will rip away the skin. Ouch!
- E-bike conversion: http://endless-sphere.com/forums/viewto ... 70#p474570
- Build Blog: http://e-bikeconversion.blogspot.com/ (20mph)
- Mini folding scooter: http://endless-sphere.com/forums/viewto ... =3&t=33471 (9mph-->13mph)
- Recumbent Trike completed ALC ride from SF to LA: http://kmxtornado.blogspot.com (27mph flats)
- Catrike Speed
- Motorized Ice Chest: http://www.endless-sphere.com/forums/vi ... 12&t=70650 (13-->22mph)

User avatar
fechter   100 GW

100 GW
Posts: 12911
Joined: Dec 31 2006 3:23pm
Location: California Bay Area, USA

Re: How many of us wear glasses while riding?

Post by fechter » Dec 23 2011 3:38pm

Pure wrote: I actually got a black eye from a bug one night. So yeah, I learnt my lesson, so now 2 things I never get on my bike without, glasses and gloves.
Dang! you must have some big bugs there.

I wear glasses all the time just to see. My regular eyeglasses don't do well against wind and my eyes water pretty badly at higher speeds. Larger lenses or wrap around style glasses are much better.

I've been hit by plenty of bugs and road debris thrown up by other vehicles. A couple of times I've been hit in the face by something that left a bleeding spot. I'm sure that would hurt if it was in the eye.

Favorite laser warning sign:
DO NOT LOOK INTO LASER WITH REMAINING EYE
"One test is worth a thousand opinions"

User avatar
Pure   10 kW

10 kW
Posts: 743
Joined: Jan 31 2009 11:54pm
Location: Jacksonville, FL

Re: How many of us wear glasses while riding?

Post by Pure » Dec 23 2011 4:28pm

KMX, 70% of my riding is in a very quiet neighborhood with little to no traffic out during the times I'm usually on the streets. I can do pretty much anything, movies, bars, bowling, and never really have to leave this neighborhood. So yeah I don't wear helmets much. Now if I am going to be going anywhere that takes me near or on a main road then yes, a helmet is mandatory.


Fetcher, this is Florida, we have mosquitoes large enough to carry off with an infant.
Mongoose DH
X5304
60V20Ah LiFePO4

I'm polymerized tree sap and you're an inorganic adhesive, so whatever verbal projectile you launch in my direction is reflected off of me, returns to its original trajectory and adheres to you. So there!

User avatar
spinningmagnets   100 GW

100 GW
Posts: 10654
Joined: Dec 21 2007 10:27pm
Location: Ft Riley, NE Kansas

Re: How many of us wear glasses while riding?

Post by spinningmagnets » Dec 23 2011 6:33pm

this is Florida, we have mosquitoes large enough to carry off an infant
I had a friend from Minnesota once, who kept a local mosquito as a pet...until it chewed through the chain.

User avatar
Link   100 MW

100 MW
Posts: 2799
Joined: Dec 09 2007 8:46pm
Location: The Roxbury

Re: How many of us wear glasses while riding?

Post by Link » Dec 25 2011 7:11am

Things lose clarity beyond about 11" from my face. I'm quite blind without my eyeglasses.

Luckily, the lenses in mine provide reasonable protection from anything airborne looking to detach my retina, as they are both large enough to cover my eyes adequately and made of a particularly durable form of polycarbonate.
ಠ_ಠ
Packcycle 2.0 - Scwhinn S-Go
Do you wumbo?
My mind is an enigma. So much so that, sometimes, even I don't know what I was thinking.

User avatar
kmxtornado   1 kW

1 kW
Posts: 490
Joined: Feb 28 2011 5:43pm
Location: Bay Area
Contact:

Re: How many of us wear glasses while riding?

Post by kmxtornado » Dec 27 2011 12:31pm

The only concerns I'd have with wearing regular glasses is:
1. If they were really made of glasses and can cut your face in a wreck.
2. The safety of your glasses. Don't want to get scratches on them from rocks, etc.
Pure wrote:KMX, 70% of my riding is in a very quiet neighborhood with little to no traffic out during the times I'm usually on the streets. I can do pretty much anything, movies, bars, bowling, and never really have to leave this neighborhood. So yeah I don't wear helmets much. Now if I am going to be going anywhere that takes me near or on a main road then yes, a helmet is mandatory.


Fetcher, this is Florida, we have mosquitoes large enough to carry off with an infant.
Makes sense. I definitely agree that your riding environment has a lot to do with balancing out your choices in consideration of comfort, convenience and risk. I'd also agree that much of the reason for taking safety precautions for me has more to do with the unpredictability of other cagers than my own ability/inability to ride. I did see a rider on night cup up on a curb just barely missing the ramp and hit smack into the curb itself and took a fairly violent fall. I would've stopped my car to check to see if he was okay, but he got up on the bike and pedaled away fairly quickly. No damage I guess - and yup, he had a helmet. No lights though! Speaking of lights, time for a new poll!.....

...j/k.
- E-bike conversion: http://endless-sphere.com/forums/viewto ... 70#p474570
- Build Blog: http://e-bikeconversion.blogspot.com/ (20mph)
- Mini folding scooter: http://endless-sphere.com/forums/viewto ... =3&t=33471 (9mph-->13mph)
- Recumbent Trike completed ALC ride from SF to LA: http://kmxtornado.blogspot.com (27mph flats)
- Catrike Speed
- Motorized Ice Chest: http://www.endless-sphere.com/forums/vi ... 12&t=70650 (13-->22mph)

davidyerger   1 mW

1 mW
Posts: 15
Joined: Nov 14 2010 9:26pm
Location: New Jersey

Re: How many of us wear glasses while riding?

Post by davidyerger » Dec 28 2011 9:11am

Always wore glasses but hated the air hitting my eyes. Got worse when it rained.

When it got colder I tried safety goggles, that worked but had some problems with fogging.

Then I got a pair of prescription sunglasses with Liberty Sport frames similar to these

http://www.libertysport.com/products_de ... decolo=451

, with Transitions lenses so I can also use them at night.

They fogged also. Solution for me was FogTech AntiFog, the important thing is not to wipe dry after applying. Later I read here that Cat Crap works well also.

There is a bit of a problem going from sunny to not sunny that there is some time for the darkness to adjust, but that doesn't happen so much in late fall/winter.

Below 40 degrees F, I'm wishing I had that full face helmet...

Knowing what I know now, I might have been OK with just my regular glasses with the safety goggles and FogTech, but in summer I think I'd still want to go the prescription sunglasses route.

Kin   10 kW

10 kW
Posts: 844
Joined: Mar 05 2011 6:16pm
Location: NC or MA, U.S

Re: How many of us wear glasses while riding?

Post by Kin » Jan 01 2012 9:28pm

^For what its worth, I have found spit to work very well to reduce fog with saltwater goggles. In fact, as good as the typical scuba anti-fog solutions (in part because those can be difficult to apply properly; most people overapply). I can't guarantee the spit+freshwater combo will work as well as spit+salt, though. My experience is limited to scuba diving. This might be helpful if you run out of your anti-fog solution.

----> Usually I shy away from those who suggest bodily fluids to fix anything, but in this case cleaning with spit then many a very quick dump in clean water, work quite well.
New to endless-sphere? Notice a lot of signatures recommending Ebikes.ca? That's because it's the best place for a quality and manageable, (but still 'real'), first build. Justin is a solid supporter of electric bike development, and a good source of equipment.

RTLSHIP   1 kW

1 kW
Posts: 342
Joined: Jul 24 2008 11:26am
Location: S. Florida

Re: How many of us wear glasses while riding?

Post by RTLSHIP » Jan 25 2012 3:05pm

I will wear sunglasses during daytime. If it is cold down here, then I wear safety googles to prevent watering. But as far as safety googles for the sake of safety itself, never. not a bad idea because of bugs. Helmet? yes.
How many of us have things (bottles etc.) thrown at you while riding?
two Aotema Brushless & Sensorless Kits
1 Free Spirit 12 Speed

John in CR   100 GW

100 GW
Posts: 13510
Joined: May 20 2008 12:58am
Location: Paradise

Re: How many of us wear glasses while riding?

Post by John in CR » Mar 13 2012 3:28pm

Sunglasses in the day, safety glasses at night. If I get caught after dark without my safety glasses in my pack, I were the shades. It's simply too dangerous to ride at such slow speeds that the wind wouldn't bother my eyes, and plus there's sand, dust, bugs, etc.

Post Reply