Prepping for Winter...
sonny123 last edited by sonny123
Who said Winter has to be long?
Picked up couple wind glasses from Amazon.
I have more pricey glasses and these work better.
Daytime and night time.
Gap gloves and hat. Both go over wrist guards and helmet.
I could use my coat's hat but prevents me from turning my head to look around and behind.
I'm loving the 3056 version.
Dunno what they did to it but it rides like a dream.
More input/ideas would be great.
@sonny123 I've been wondering about winter riding. What happens when things get snowy/icy? Is it like water, and it can handle a little but a lot will kill you? Or do you just have to retire the OW for the season?
For the record, it's hilarious that I'm asking this, because I got the OW to tide me over in the snowboarding off-season and now I don't want to put it away!
Well, there are good days in Winter albeit cold.
Wet and snow, well have to depend on good old boots. ;)
@sonny123 Getting anywhere by foot always feels like I've entered Flatland.
I've seen videos of the one wheel performing great in about 4-6 inches of Snow! So no need to put it away for the winter.
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@jerimiya But it would totally spin out in that amount of dry sand.
@sonny123 yup, that's the one
badcheese last edited by badcheese
You just need to make a little set of snow chains, and cut a little more clearance around the wheel for them. Call it the "Snowheel". Enjoy the jealousy of the poor suckers who have to trudge around on foot. @1woman1wheel : Never go back to Flatland.
Just came back from a full ride in almost a week.
Been too cold. The other day, had to come back half way.
Pleasant night all and all..