Legwarmers. Oh, legwarmers. Legwarmers are arguably the most outstanding cycling invention since the derailleur — maybe even since the wheel. Pull them on and turn any ordinary pair of one-season cycling shorts into a three-season garment combination. Depending on your location or level of toughness, your legwarmers might even be enough for your winter training.
If you recognize the race as Ronde van Vlaanderen first and Tour of Flanders second, you will know that, unless you are racing, legwarmers are worn whenever the temperature is below 21 degrees Celsius [70 degrees Fahrenheit].