I’ve lived in Florida for a number of years and am also fortunate to work with athletes around the world. As their coach, I am faced with multiple issues when it comes to training indoors. Athletes who live in traditionally warm climates like Florida or California often give me some pushback on indoor cycling. However, on the other hand, those who are used to snow tend to accept that it’s a part of their life and overall plan. Cold-weather cycling is a relative term that, condition-depending, should be taken seriously; if the roads aren’t safe, you should definitely learn to embrace the indoor trainer. Even if you’re wearing a Superman cape under that cycling kit, you can’t overpower sub 20-degree weather and ice. So be safe and make sure you also have your phone because Uber is usually close by to save your butt!