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Leo Horishny

Matt, it can be a sensible decision if you're new to a road system to not push your luck in poor weather.

That said, being one of 'those' weird bike riders, I have to say, even if you were only use it for winter riding, a long wheelbased recumbent with 20" wheels makes for a more stable winter riding platform and having your feet less than a second from the ground helps your confidence in riding in the snow and ice.
That's my personal experience, anyway....


All in all, I'd rather be a stud than a dud.


Nice post! Here's a nice little how-to if you need some total-overkill-type traction:

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Inspecting your tires can help you reveal punctures or other visible signs of damage that could necessitate replacement.

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