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Yup that time of the year. So I pulled out my Gerbing heated jacket and tried it out to make sure it worked. The heat feelt so good on my back. I even checked out the heated grips to make sure they worked. Didn't want any surprises on a cold day.
For you new riders add riding time to your life by getting a heated jacket. They will give you good warmth on those rainy days

https://www.thewarmingstore.com/gerb...ing-store.html
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Yup that time of the year. So I pulled out my Gerbing heated jacket and tried it out to make sure it worked. The heat feelt so good on my back. I even checked out the heated grips to make sure they worked. Didn't want any surprises on a cold day.
For you new riders add riding time to your life by getting a heated jacket. They will give you good warmth on those rainy days

https://www.thewarmingstore.com/gerb...ing-store.html
A heated jacket liner with heated gloves is a wonderful thing also.

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I have plenty of insulation....lol

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I have a wonderfully warm Gerbings jacket liner that I wore for many years and on some very cold rides. I never left on an overnighter or longer without it, until I put heat in the saddle. That works even better cuz it warms the legs too. And heated grips complete the picture. Now I don't have to do those annoying clothing adjustment stops. Just flip the switch.

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But how hard are those heated coats and seats and all on a bikes electrical system?

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But how hard are those heated coats and seats and all on a bikes electrical system?
On my Cross Country Tour: not at all. Iíve ridden all through Winter for six years with a heated jacket liner, heated gloves, grips and seat, plus some extra lighting and a GPS on my bike. There have been no ill effects and the volt meter stays at 14.25V. This bike has plenty of electrical/charging capacity.
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I ALWAYS have my heated liner in the SB's....enuf said. :^)

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The lady and I have Tourmaster heated jackets and pants. along with the heated grips and seat we stay toasty warm in 30+ degree weather.

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But how hard are those heated coats and seats and all on a bikes electrical system?
Not knowing how much your charging system can handle I think you would be fine. If you don't like wearing 3 or 4 sweat shirts and more look into a heated jacket. You can read about it here


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I am a fan of my MobileWarming 7.4 volt battery powered jacket worn under my Tourmaster jacket. Have not found a too cold of day for riding even down into the low teens. Of course most people tell me they do not see folks wearing Carhart coveralls too often.....they are very warm. I am thinking of upgrading to the MobileWarmings Dual power jacket. It runs off the bike and then when you get off you have a 12 volt lithium battery. Heated Gloves only work while plugged into the bike unless you buy dual powered ones. Still liking my HippoHands however gloves might be nice in the early fall and if you get caught out somewhere. Here is a few links.........I have the older version of the 7.4 volt battery jacket not this specific one.
https://mobilewarming.com/men-s/jack...-4v-black.html
https://mobilewarming.com/dual-power...e-atv-utv.html
https://www.victoryforums.com/35-vict...ppy-hands.html
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