When bike riding, it's essential to protect yourself from the elements. Even the best rider will have trouble if they're not dressed correctly in extreme weather. Preparing yourself for wind, rain, cold, or heat is important. Protecting yourself is a must, no matter what bike you ride. Your gear will not differ from riding a three wheeled bicycle, cargo bike, or traditional bike.
Even if it's hot outside, layers are still necessary; just make sure you're going with lightweight, thin material. Lightweight material will wick sweat away and encourage ventilation. One of the best options for summer cycling is a short-sleeve jersey in a lightweight material. Another staple of hot weather riding is cycling shorts. Cycling shorts come in two options: bib shorts and waist shorts. Shorts in a lightweight material will allow for a more comfortable ride by minimizing moisture build-up.
Always go outside with layers when riding your bike in cold weather. Layers allow you to adapt to changing conditions. You can always take off clothing if you start to get warm, but layers ensure the cold won't affect you. Other essential items you'll need when riding in the winter are gloves, bike shoes, and a warmer helmet. It's also important to remember that the days are shorter in the fall and winter, so prepare accordingly. Wear reflective gear and install safety lights to ensure a safe ride when it's dark.