Two layers on top and one down below as normal for me - you soon warm up if you're going fast enough and more than that and you get too hot and sweaty. Good gloves essential though... Specialized Sub-Zeros for me.
Waterproof over trousers
wicking t shoots x 2
merino wool jumper
jacket (aldi special or a night vision)
woolen sock x 2
neoprene over shoes
hi vis vest
ankle hi vis straps
...and I am still freezing towards the end of the ride.
I cannot believe that kit list. A helly hansen top with a windproof jacket and some bib tights is all you need. I took off my neoprene over boots at the weekend as my feet were sweating so much. However, I wish I had put on my skull cap as my ears were a little nippy this morning.
Today I'm in my normal jeans, teeshirt, thin longsleeved top, thick fleece longsleeved top, and Endura jacket over the lot, and Altura waterproof gloves. But then coming in here is a third of a mile, and I'm hoping the fog will have lifted by lunchtime when I need to go up to campus...
I had ice in my hair after this morning's outing. Brrrrr..!
I was wearing two top layers and a waterproof shell; windproof gloves, shorts, thermal windproof aldi special longs, and overshoes over my boots. I was nice and warm apart from my head.
Trackie Bottoms (yes I know but walking about a campus to my office in Lycra is a no no)
Defeet Base Layer Top Decathlon Winter Windproof LS Top Altura Gloves
Biemme Thermal Skull Cap (goes over ears)