Maybe you just found this web site while looking for something
else. If so about now you are wondering just how crazy these folks are. Plenty!
Contrary to popular opinion, the bicycle makes a fairly good
winter vehicle. This is not to suggest that care can be thrown to the winds. But with
proper skill and technique, the bike provides safe and reliable transportation. It always
starts, regardless of how cold it is. There are studded tires that make the most wicked
slick ice manageable. It is easy to find a parking space, and it never gets stuck in the
snow. Well, almost never.
Much of winter cycling is done on roads that are bare, no ice
anywhere. In these conditions, the only concern is the weather. If you would go skiing or
play hockey in cold weather, then ICEBIKING is not very different. All it takes is the
will, a reliable bike, dressing for the weather, getting out in the
snow, and learning a few new bike handling skills.
The hardest part is the first 100 yards. Mother Nature is not your Enemy!
Whether commuting to work, or just out for a romp in the woods,
you arrive feeling very alive, refreshed, and surrounded with the aura of a cycling god.
You will be looked upon with the smile of respect by friends and co-workers. - - - Or was
that the sneer of derision...no matter, ICEBIKING is a blast!
So come on in and explore this web site, and see if maybe you will
be tempted to dig that trusty steed out of the basement, pump up the tires, and pump up