Cycling in snow

FeistySquirrel

Professional Jelly Baby Decapitator
Feels like rocks being thrown in your eyes too sometimes :sad:
 

runner

Veteran
Location
Bristol
makes me very nervous...most snow in the UK never stays white for very long, it's soon all grey and slushy and mixed in with ice. In my opinion it's best avoided unless you have tyres with spikes!
 

jonny jeez

Legendary Member
For some reason...i really enjoy driving in snow. The thicker the better, everything feels quiet and smooth and the falling snow whooshes over your windscreen without touching it.

One of those moments that I just like...untill I skid into the kerb....ps only ever happened once...in My range rover of all cars!
 

ayceejay

Guru
Location
Rural Quebec
Myth has it that Canadian Innuit have almost a 100 words for snow most of them connected to an adjective beginning with the letter 'F'.
 

MontyVeda

a short-tempered ill-controlled small-minded troll
Did it when i lived up in Cumbria many moons ago... lots of fun. Chickened out last Wednesday but it more frozen hail than snow, and i didn't have knobbly tyres on so got the bus to work instead. Fortunately, i live in a part of the country that seldom gets snow.
 
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