Making movements visible
At the points that are permanently in motion during cycling, it is always worth optimising visibility. For example, with clearly visible shoes you can focus on the part that moves up and down with every pedal stroke. Of course, an appropriately visible overshoe has the same effect, with the advantage that it is much cheaper than a completely new shoe, and you can put it on when needed.
When choosing your knee and leg warmers, you can make sure that they have reflective elements at the ankle or knee level, as these areas are also in permanent motion. The same applies of course to your trousers, depending on the length reflective elements on ankle and or knee come into question.
Your hands and arms are also in a lot of motion when cycling, especially to give signals, be it as a turn signal or if you want to draw other rider’s attention to potential dangers such as potholes. The same applies here: bright colours are very clearly visible, as soon as headlight light is added, well-placed, reflective elements attract even more attention. If you would like to use arm warmers for in between the seasons, you can make sure that these are also equipped with reflective elements.