Show me your Winter bikes

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Dannnnn
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by Dannnnn

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chirpy999
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by chirpy999

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Hi heres my Domane.

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Mockenrue
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by Mockenrue

Here's mine in a rare state of clean, now on its sixth winter. Only early November but the weather has been shitty for so long now I can't actually remember the last time I rode any of my other bikes. :roll:

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MiloAS
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by MiloAS

That's impressively clean and tidy for a winter bike in it's 6th year. I'm surprised you haven't been beaten by the urge to get a new bike! Looks great!

da123
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by da123

6.35kg all in. Although to be fair, my self imposed rules on what comprises suitable winter riding weather (no heavy rain, no temperatures below 3 degrees), mean that I'm usually just staring at it whilst killing myself on the turbo...
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ianeire
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by ianeire

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She needs some TLC this weekend. It has been absolutely filthy here for the past few weeks.

jeanjacques
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by jeanjacques

Changed for SPD pedal, impossible now to put a foot down with SPD-SL:
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Mudguard is 260g (screw included).

siim
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by siim

This is what I've used for past few winters. Haven't ridden it much in proper winter as I was lacking appropriate shoes etc but now have full set of winter apparel and ready for (almost) anything. Right now it's very mild winter with temps hovering slightly above 0 degrees celsius and no snow. Normally in January we would have -5 to -10 and 10+ cm of snow.
The bike is built on a cheap touring frame and does double duty as commuter. You can even see toddler seat mounting brackets attached. Recently have been thinking of converting it to drop bar 1x11. Currently running 1x10 with 11-32 cassette and it's plenty enough as it's flat as pancake where I live.
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MiloAS
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by MiloAS

da123 wrote:
Wed Nov 27, 2019 7:07 pm
6.35kg all in. Although to be fair, my self imposed rules on what comprises suitable winter riding weather (no heavy rain, no temperatures below 3 degrees), mean that I'm usually just staring at it whilst killing myself on the turbo...

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What's the frame?

parajba
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by parajba

@Calnago, I am in a similar situation and going to try the zip ties! which fenders do you recommend for a tight fit. SKS Bluemels 35mm? I don't want to spend too much in case if it doesn't work they will end up in the bin...
At present I am struggling with the Cruds Mk3. They are awesome but the rear chain stays of my Cervelo R3 from 2009 are a bit too thin to get a good grip. The front works very well as the fork is bladed.

Marin
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by Marin

jeanjacques wrote:
Fri Nov 29, 2019 12:27 pm
Mudguard is 260g (screw included).
Pretty Sweet!

What mudguards are those?

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