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I'm going to Rochester/Buffalo area in New York for a week, leaving Saturday. I'm debating on whether to bring the bike or just forget it and go skiiing. Anyone from up there know of any trails, and if so is it worth fighting multiple feet of snow? I live in Georgia, so I'm pampered with 40 degree weather, plus, I don't have any snow riding equipment.
 

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Mr. DiCenso said:
I'm going to Rochester/Buffalo area in New York for a week, leaving Saturday. I'm debating on whether to bring the bike or just forget it and go skiiing. Anyone from up there know of any trails, and if so is it worth fighting multiple feet of snow? I live in Georgia, so I'm pampered with 40 degree weather, plus, I don't have any snow riding equipment.
If you've never ridden in snow before you're gonna have a hell of a time....but it'll be fun. I say go for it!
 

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The relatives called saying that they can't even drive anywhere. My grandma's car is buried in a giant mound, and they had to plow the streets three times yesterday. But I guess I could tough it out. lol, yeah right.
 

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i was going to strart a new snow thread

i wonder if they can bring my 3 year old post here called surviving winter
 

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If you've never ridden in snow before you're gonna have a hell of a time....but it'll be fun. I say go for it!
why? i say riding in snow just sucks and besides that there are different types of snow-some is worse
 

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you got snow -you need a bike to walk with so you dont slip or smooth out deep spots

other than that forget it

but maybe some people can do it -in only certain types of snow

for me over 5 inches forget it
 
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