As much as we love the blooming flowers, the warmer temperatures and longer days for more riding miles that summer affords us, a lot of cyclists suffer from hay fever.
It’s wonderfully ironic that we look forward to the few precious days of summer to grace us and our two wheels, and when the season is upon us, we suffer from pollen attack.
For many cyclists, hay fever is a summer time enemy. Puffy eyes, runny noses, tickly coughs are just a few of the irritating symptoms we endure on a ride.
We all have our own ways of dealing with hay fever and its varying side effects, and it’s not uncommon for a cyclist to have some antihistamine tabs in their stash.
However, there are many natural remedies that can help soothe symptoms, and prevent a flare up.