The beginning of fall may be tough to pin down this year, what with it having kind of snowed already between two 90-degree days, but no matter when it begins--or began--fall is the best season for riding your bike. You may know this already. If you didn't know, then get a long-sleeved wool shirt and get ready for your year's best quarter.
Spring is a pretty good riding season, but it can sometimes be wet and windy.
Summer is a most excellent riding season, but often summer's heat makes riding a little uncomfortable.
Winter is a pretty darn good season for riding. You need warm clothes, a GoPro, and whiskey. But, unsurprisingly, it can, at times, get a little to slippery to ride in traffic.
Autumn, however, is just about perfect. The air everywhere is the cool breeze you've been craving all summer. This already fairly gorgeous part of the country in which we live gets even a little more gorgeouser. It's dry, crisp, and dark orange, just like a lot of great beers. Get some gloves and get out there.