Hoping some of you have some insight. I'd like to make my Big Dummy snow proof and workable with kiddo. So, I'm thinking tires and some kind of winter protection for a thinned skinned 2 year old.
I'm in Denver, so snow isn't horrible, but I don't want to be held back. I'm considering:
1) COntinental snow tires (no studs but apparently very grippy)
2) Just an all out mountain bike tire with tons of knobbies (is this better than conti-snow?)
3) Going with studded tires even though Denver has only about 2 weeks a winter where there is actually snow on the ground.
Am I missing anything? Do you have any additional suggestions or observations?
For a cover I'm looking to max her out with nice winter gear, put her in a car seat "cozy", and perhaps build a wind shield type contraption with a rain/winter stroller cover and some supports.
Any thoughts? Your expertise is appreciated!