A London Cyclist reader recently got in touch to tell me about her watery eyes during the cold winter cycling. I wanted to share the solution here in-case anyone else was facing the same issue.
The reader tried two things. The first was a moisturiser from the chemist for beneath the eyes. This made little difference.
The second was to buy a pair of cycling goggles. She found a good pair: The Ladgecom all weather sunglasses/goggles at currently £9.99 on Amazon. There’s also a load of cycling glasses on Wiggle but they are more expensive.
This solved the watery eyes problem for her.
And she lived happily ever after.
That concludes London Cyclist’s shortest ever post!
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