Great shot, Andy! I hope this morning finds you warm, safe and enjoying electrical power.I like your kick stand, NL.
Hey, it's starting to snow in Massachusetts. Blizzard warning and all. This was yesterday's sunset. Stay warm.
Thanks Katz! It's a lot more difficult to get out in the cold, especially the first few times. Takes trial and error to get the clothing mix right. It's very rewarding, though. The pics really don't begin to tell the story.Hats off to you newleaf. I haven't been out once since it has gotten *cold*. Guess I have "thin" skin, lol. I find it curious that you run fenders in the winter/with studded tires. I would think that much would get packed in between the fender & the tires.
But I understand, that you also want to keep the tires from throwing all that stuff all over your clothes & the bike. Anyway, looks like fun, & I can't wait for March or April...
Digging out. Nice :thumbsup: Given the personal history you've shared in previous posts, I have to say I'm especially thrilled at your earlier conversion to cycling and fitness! Having shoveled my share of shallower but still wet, heavy snow, I must say your pic looks like the kind of job that might kill or seriously injure someone with too much determination and too little cardiac capacity.The snow was sticking for hours weighing down trees & lines. The wind got a little scary in the wee hours when I couldn't see through snow caked window screens. The lights flickered but stayed on.
It took a couple shifts to reach the street. The front door will get cleared tomorrow. Sarah had fun, too.
Grr. Good idea, and a reason to buy a dremel. I've got a set of disc brakes in need of installation.Dremel your cables for smoother operation: