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Hi, i am starting a public access/podcast show called "Sweet Bike" (sweetbikepodcast.com). I am currently developing an episode on winter cycling. If you would like to share tips, please contact me.

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I would like to contribute if you do a show on freak bikes. I own a stretch chopper. the pik is on my chainlink page.
My only tip was to layer my shoe covers with a plastic bag before putting em over my shoe, just to be extra sure nothing got in. Can't ride with meat-stumps!!!
this may be silly...but I think it is worth telling people that wearing a helmet in the winter will keep your head safe AND warmer! I didn't know that until this last week -- but boy does it make a difference (plus maybe some more of these peeps will start wearing one and by spring, be hooked!) -- layering a hat and hood under the helmet makes it even better...just need a little strap adjustment.
I will. I have a list of topics i would like to explore. right now i am collecting footage to edit in december (when i finish this semester of school). do you have a number or e-mail where you can be reached?
Actually I think there was a good Sheldon Young tip (genius of all bikes) which was to tape up the vents on your helmet, so to retain the heat that comes off.
You mean Sheldon Brown:


With Igor strapped to the top.




Jon said:
Actually I think there was a good Sheldon Young tip (genius of all bikes) which was to tape up the vents on your helmet, so to retain the heat that comes off.
nice! great idea!!
ugh you would believe that's the second time this year I've done that?!?! Thanks for the correction!

Nick said:
You mean Sheldon Brown:


With Igor strapped to the top.




Jon said:
Actually I think there was a good Sheldon Young tip (genius of all bikes) which was to tape up the vents on your helmet, so to retain the heat that comes off.

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