|All summer tracks||All tracks are open with varied ground|
|All winter tracks are closed||
Something to think about: Cold and wind affects how much clothes you should wear. In general, it is possible to equate winter cycling with cross-country skiing when it comes to choosing clothes. Feel free to use warmer gloves and shoes. Keep in mind that on hard surfaces, it's faster with less work effort and you usually get more wind on you. On looser surfaces, you'll struggle more and thus you keep yourself warm easily. Be careful at the beginning and figure out how the ground that day affects your cycling. Try to brake a couple of times extra and see how the bike responds. Also, keep in mind that during spring the surface will soften quickly as the sun sets on.