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It's a snowy icey mess.

I took the mtb to saddle river park and got two flats today (first flat was this morning bike in car just flatted, maybe a left over thorne from Tourne?). I actually got a flat there last time I took the mtb.

This looks like a good time to invest in some stud tires:thumbsup:
 

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I've ridden Ringwood, Jungle Habitat, and Kittatinny Valley State Parks in the last 5 days. Most trails are packed snow and are actually smoother. You will work a bit harder to go a bit slower, but it's better than sittin' inside. Ski gloves and wool socks for the extremeties are a must.
The fire roads are the most treacherous -- melted snow that turned to ice. Watch out for the shiny stuff!!
 

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The riding In Ringwood has been FANTASTIC! You just have to work a little harder and go a little slower, but some of the most magical riding. I am hoping that the snow does NOT melt and can enjoy it a bit longer.
 

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Dash33 said:
The riding In Ringwood has been FANTASTIC! You just have to work a little harder and go a little slower, but some of the most magical riding. I am hoping that the snow does NOT melt and can enjoy it a bit longer.
man i wish i saw this a couple of hours ago when i was leaving work, i woulda went to ringwood as I had my lights and everything. hi mt was icey today and i never bought the studs, so i decide it to bag the night riding

some parts of hi mt were better w/some snow but the ice in general was too much:madman:

http://www.everytrail.com/view_trip.php?trip_id=468944
 

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been riding Deer Park...I think the snow actually makes riding more fun....but most of the trails have been packed down but not icy...actually the fire roads are the worst (in term of ice)
 
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