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Winter Cycling Don't let snow and ice discourage you this winter. The key element to year-round cycling is proper attire! Check out this winter cycling forum to chat with other ice bike fanatics.

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Old 12-07-07, 05:57 PM   #1
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Good tire for snow?

Anyone know of a good tire for riding in the snow?

I love riding in the snow but my normal Kendas dont get that much traction in the snow

Anything helps. Thanks
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Old 12-07-07, 07:24 PM   #2
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Check out this page: http://www.peterwhitecycles.com/studdedtires.asp
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I read the Peter White page, and have just got a pair of Hakkapelitta 106's, but after the snow this weekend, I wonder if I got the right tires for winter commuting.

Here in Ontario, the prevalent side road condition is hard pack snow and snowy clumps and ruts - the main roads get way over-salted soon enough (:. You get a little black ice but more snow. I don't have a lot of experience with snow tires, but I'm thinking these should cut through the snow more then the 106's do, and my rear wheel loses traction in any more than a few inches.


Most of the comments here are about buying tires for stability on ice, so I'd like to repeat the OP's question: which ones for snow?
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