"Clothing is super personal, but whatever you wear, the rules of layering still apply," he says. "I take my best pair of shorts, and if it's going to be a long trip, I take an extra pair. But I keep it simple. I have a lightweight foundation - not necessarily a jersey - but a thin base layer. Then I wear a trail tee, like the Sight, and finish it off with a Polartech® piece, like the Gryphon Crew midweight." And if that all sounds like too little for cold days, Josh knows better. "The key is the combination of insulation and breathability in that final piece," he explains. "If it's cold and you're going up a climb, you're not holding in any of that moisture, but the Polartech® layer is keeping you warm." And when the weather's turns? "Always take the best rain jacket you've got," he says. "Layering a base layer with the main layer, an insulating layer, and a rain jacket is going to cover you in all but the coldest of conditions in my experience. And if it gets colder than that, I'm probably not riding!"