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First Snow Commute at the New Job...

Old 11-11-22, 09:17 AM
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First Snow Commute at the New Job...

Mounted the winter tires this morning and rode my first snow commute of the season in Colorado Springs, and the first snow commute to the new job! (21F with a light dusting...more on the bridges. Suomi Nokian W-106's)

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tried & true, love it!

what bike commuting accommodations are you enjoying at work (if any) meaning: bike parking & place to change, etc.
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Old 11-20-22, 08:18 PM
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Fantastic! I had my first snow commute last week (Green Bay WI). Only a few inches of snow, and less on the salted roads, but still some icey spots and pretty chilly (15F w/o wind chill). Got the studs on my mountain bike but I won't put studs on my recumbent until the snow/ice are more consistent all day. Won't be long!
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