If you've got mesh gear, give the jacket and pants a soak before you put 'em on (maybe 1/2 hour or longer before, if you can, so they're not dripping). I had just washed my stuff after a dirt biking trip, and needed to run an errand when it was pretty hot out (low 90s). Threw the still-damp stuff on, and I was almost cold for the first 20 mins. of the trip. By the end of the 90 minute round trip, the gear was pretty close to dry. So you'd need to re-soak as necessary.
I was wearing a wicking tee and shorts underneath, which were a little damp (but not wet) after the ride.
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