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Originally Posted by mcours2006 View Post
As for swapping tires/wheels, I have two sets of wheels for the bike. It takes two minutes to swap with a minor brake adjustment. But when in doubt always go with studs.
I have a dedicated "winter" bike. It has a few adaptations for winter conditions, mainly studded tires. Any day there's the possibility of ice or snow, I take the winter bike. If the weather permits, I just take the "good weather" bike. Easier than changing wheels, and certainly easier than changing the tires.
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