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We have a couple of options that work great for cycling, however you will want to keep in mind that they are designed for the speeds you would reach on a bicycle and we can't speak to what would work for a motorcycle. In terms of gloves, we have several options that could work:
These three options are designed for cycling in winter and combine the warmth of mittens and dexterity of gloves. This allows you to stay warm and insulated and still able to work your brakes and shifters.
Another option for cycling is a set of pogies, which is basically a large set of mittens that fit over your handlebars and allow you to put your hands inside to stay warm. Personally, I use a set of pogies for cycing in winter in Fairbanks, Alaska and they're great! I wear a thin liner glove and the pogies keep my hands very warm.
Hope this helps, thanks!
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