Old 12-13-18, 05:03 PM
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Originally Posted by lmike6453 View Post
Interesting to ride in on studded tires instead of driving in. Makes sense.
I like to be in on time vs telecommuting unless driving isn't safe either.
I rode in to work one morning after it had rained ice-rain overnight. When my co-worker saw me come in he asked wasn't it slippery? I replied " Only when I get off."

Since that day, I wear spikes under my boots.


Originally Posted by lmike6453 View Post
It's more like back streets...I get on a main road (35 mph limit) that probably won't be icy for the cars for less than 0.4 miles, then back streets with only a sole car here and there for 1 mile, paved trails most of the way, and last mile is neighborhood streets with moderate traffic 25mph limit.
Check if those back roads are salted or sanded.

Get studded tires installed before you ride.
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