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Have you ever raced in deep snow?

Old 10-21-14, 12:52 PM
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Have you ever raced in deep snow?

This is from a race last year that I finally got around to editing. It was fun but really challenging.

Have you ever raced in deep snow? How was it different? (We don't get mud around here much, but....) it is like that?

Tire pressure? How do you ride snow differently?

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Old 10-22-14, 08:04 AM
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Never raced in deep snow but certainly have in snow like what is seen in the video. Corners are slicker and each transition to hard surfaces seems to be slicker than anything else on the course. I run my tires as low as they'll safely go.
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