1. STAY HYDRATED
One of the biggest obstacles with Cycling in hot weather is maintaining adequate hydration. You will perspire more as your body naturally tries to cool itself down, but that sweat will evaporate quickly, meaning that it is hard for you to gauge exactly how much fluid you are losing. Drink little and often when riding, and make sure that you have plenty of drink with you or know of places on your route where you can obtain more drinks.
2. DRESS FOR THE WEATHER
Lightweight materials with dry-fit properties will help you cool off and prevent the uncomfortable build-up of sweat. A full-length front zip jersey can help you regulate temperature, and a lightweight base layer can also aid the removal and evaporation of sweat from your skin. The breeze you create by riding along has its own cooling effect, and it’s sometimes only when you stop riding do you feel exactly how hot it is.