#1
Its officially winter now here in Canada. Yesterday morning there wasnt an inch of snow on the ground. By last night there was a foot. I road my bike today and just stayed on the side of the road. It will take me 50 minutes to walk to work each day and only 10 by bike. Make your predictions on how much longer I will be able to do it.
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#4
you can physically ride your bike as long as you want. its just a matter of whether or not you want to be cold.

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#6
where in Canada do you live?
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#7
Not until you can spell 'rode' correctly.
Get a car.
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#8
Just put chains on you bike tires, or attach a snow plow to the front.

Pending that you have freakishly strong legs of course.
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#9
^ Plow Bike.

sounds cool.


As long as the snow is packed, you should be able to ride with ease... and if the snow gets too high too bike, then get some snow ski's
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Its officially winter now here in Canada. Yesterday morning there wasnt an inch of snow on the ground. By last night there was a foot. I road my bike today and just stayed on the side of the road. It will take me 50 minutes to walk to work each day and only 10 by bike. Make your predictions on how much longer I will be able to do it.


big deal, it snowed a month ago too.
and then it was 30 degrees the next day.
it's not winter yet.
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Not until you can spell 'rode' correctly.
Get a car.
lol...I knew that wasnt spellt correctly.

I live in Barrie Ontario.
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#12
Put a saddle on a moose and ride it to work.
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#13
yeah, you will die a horrible death if you ride too much longer, Barrie gets shittier weather than Toronto and I wouldn't ride my bike in a Toronto winter.
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You're so luck it was 85º here today.

Lucky? Id choose the heat over the cold anyday.
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#16
in the cold, we have to wear tons of clothes. GIRLS HAVE TO WEAR TONS OF CLOTHES.

.'. Heat is better than cold.
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in the cold, we have to wear tons of clothes. GIRLS HAVE TO WEAR TONS OF CLOTHES.

.'. Heat is better than cold.


But I prefer modestly dressed women.
I also prefer the cold.
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what about when he has to cross the plowed street.