It was the first time this year I got to break out my Kenda Klondike studded tires (700x35c) and give them a ride. I took a spin down to Market of Choice to pick up groceries while it was snowing. Most MTB tires will go well in soft fresh snow, but when it gets packed, or turns to ice, the Klondikes are the way to go. They add that extra stability and ” no slide” you need on ice or packed snow. It was fun to watch the cars that were out sliding to stops, trying to get going with spinning wheels etc. I was having fun riding through the deeper powder on the road side and enjoying just how nice and quiet it was with less cars and the snows muffling quiet. I also rode a bit today in the 18 degrees, but that was a little lower than my clothing was good for so I only spent a half hour or so before returning home. It’s always fun to cycle in a different type of challenge and environment, and that’s why I love riding in the snowy weather.