Quote: Originally Posted by ENZOCANN
....IF everyone wore PROPER footwear (read offroad type ATV or motorcycle boots!) While riding we would not hear so much about peoples legs getting burned....
And in Oregon the ambient gets what? 80 on hot summer days
Come down south and try sand dunes when it's 100 -105F and lets see how you like your toe boiler boots.
I used to wear full riding gear when I rode motorcycles and sure the riding wind cooled down on hot days but with atv, mx pants, jersey and ankle high hiking boots make it doable on toasty 100F day at dunes.
Now back to topic, I have ceramic coating, double wrap and fan controller and I barely feel the heat radiation on my left calv at dunes on baking 100F sunny day. Heat shield is still hot enough that I can't touch it.
Next mod is to get fuel controller....