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In praise of winter riding.

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In praise of winter riding.

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Old 12-21-17, 09:47 PM
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Originally Posted by superdex View Post
definitely NOT wife approved 'round these parts.
That's why I'm not married.


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They're probably the best for it Rumrunn, as cutting through the snow and tram-lining with random side-forces was the main issue i had.

Half-flat 2.3in tyres and electric power helped, but this is my old one with just 24volts, it had to work hard and regularly cut-out on me.
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