The temps finally went back above freezing in town so I decided to go for a ride. I wasn't feeling great and I was tired and blah so I asked my wife to give to a good starting point.
This start wasn't and up or a down, just a traverse for a bit. Well, this is my first experience since I was a kid riding in snow. Not just a skiff, but 4-6" all over the trail with fresh tracks (except for the deer and coyotes and other bigger unidentified tracks). Lets just say it was unpleasant to begin. Once I got the hang of it and the climbing stopped, the gentle decent was quite enjoyable. I happened upon a seemingly well worn hiking path and that certainly helped the traction. I was really getting worn out power sliding every single turn.
I really do like the low TT on the bird, it saved my junk twice when I floundered into a hidden rock down a ledge and my rear tried to pass me.
Sorry for the quality, the cell just doesn't do it justice.
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