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Old 02-05-19, 07:35 PM
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Only one snowstorm, Then, the government was shut down for a month. No job meant almost no riding. Suddenly, I was back at work, a cold snap put us into the single digits (8 F /-12 C), and the snow arrived. The studs finally went silent and the ride was soft and dreamlike. After I returned home from work, we watched the Washington Capitols win.. It's a real winter after all.
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Old 02-06-19, 08:40 AM
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Winter Bike. With Aerodynamic Fairing to reduce Wind Chill
​​​​​​​Creative! How does it work?
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Old 06-04-19, 05:17 AM
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Loving these photos, great bikes! This is what in hoping to get into and it's very cool to see the variety here.
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Old 06-04-19, 07:58 AM
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swapped the Proteks for the 40mm Marathon studs. moved the barmitts from the other bike. so I guess this is my winter bike. test ride in the parking lot & around our condo complex road including an icy hill. it passed muster. too late to go for a ride. I took it easy today cuz of a 36 hr headache





ordered an accessory extension (for the light & sportcam) cuz the barmitts cover up a lot of the bars

oh I remember this thread. this past winter I changed my winter bike from a hybrid to a mountain bike. also kinda weird I didn't use my road bike at all despite there being very little snow. I think because I wanted to play with the new (pre-owned) MTB

great off road with just a little snow


packed snow was the easiest to ride over


rutted snow & ice was fine


but these conditions were tough, kept breaking thru after rolling for a bit, that trail, that day, was better on XC skis
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Old 11-29-19, 10:07 PM
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2019 winterized bikes

1998 Moots. It’s the one that gets studs in the winter but I haven’t put them on yet.

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1998 Nashbar Flashback

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Early 2000 Dean

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H20 Coming Down From The Sky, Out In Front Of My Place
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Old 12-07-19, 11:11 AM
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Miyata 1000 ....
HED Belgium Plus Rims
Honjo Fenders
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Son 28 dynamo Hub
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Continental GP 5000 TL tubeless tyres (32mm)
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First try at winter riding, winters have become freeze thaw rollercoasters here. Roads are mixture of wet,slushy,icy,and snowy. Today was about -7C
Steve Bauer Bora with some homemade studded tires.


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Old 02-05-20, 04:39 PM
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Rigged for Winter

I received a donor set of lightly used Nokian studded tires yesterday along with some platform pedals from a family member who no longer commutes to work. Fenders were the only remaining items needed to convert my 970 into what I hope to be a reliable winter ride. Spring is still months away but I donít think I can hold off anymore as long as the ambient temps remain tolerable.



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Old 02-05-20, 05:14 PM
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^^^^ Nice build, and one of the last lugged Treks. But you gotta show us some drive side. What brakes are those, BTW?
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Old 02-05-20, 09:03 PM
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A bit of history on the bike can be found in the thread below starting at post #90 . Brakes are Shorty Ultimate cantis paired with vintage Deore XT 3 x 7 shift/brake levers that replaced the stock thumbies.

Show me your hybrid-ized vintage mountain bikes!
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