Dec 01 2008
Can you ride a bike in winter? Sure, you can. But you’ll enjoy it more—and be safer—if you’re prepared. Winter imposes its own demands on bicycles and cyclists. Cold, wind, ice, snow, road salt, poor visibility, motorists with ice-smeared windscreens… these and more are what you’ll have to deal with. Compiled here you’ll find tips on coping with winter on two wheels.
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- Tips for the Cyclist Who Can’t (or Won’t) Come in From the Cold
- Cold Weather Cycling Survival Kit
- Gearing Up for Winter Cycling
- Winter and the Practical Bicyclist
- The Eyes Have It—Protect YOURS When Bicycling
- No Grit, Sherlock! Keeping Crud Out of Your Eyes
- What Am I to Wear? Dressing for Success on Winter Rides
- Winterizing Your Bike—And You
- Chill Out, Poppet! Cold Rides and Hard Water
- Getting a Grip: First Look at Innova Tundra Wolf Studded Tires
- A Day of Firsts: I Take the Tundra Wolves on the Road
- Neither Snow nor Ice… Studded Snow Tires Meet the Challenge
- Adventures on the Nowhere Bike