<a href="http://advrider.com/forums/showpost.php?p=20743484&postcount=17" title="WINTERCYCLE021113-3 by Mystery Jig Studios, on Flickr"><img src="http://farm9.staticflickr.com/8101/8465772079_9dc7d365eb.jpg" width="500" height="333" alt="WINTERCYCLE021113-3"></a> The roads leading west into New Hampshire were slick last Friday morning. The leading edge of the snowstorm the TV weather folks were calling the impending Snowpocalypse or Deathstorm 13″ in their typically understated fashion, was already dumping snow on me. I was astride my Russian-made Ural sidecar rig headed from Portland to Fryeburg. It was cold. My breath was freezing on the inside of my helmet shield, making it tough to see. Each time I passed a truck, whiteout conditions ensued for a few moments in the billowing powder. I was careening toward the state line to meet up with three other three-wheeled cyclists. We were going camping. Thats right: camping. Click the pic above to read the rest, see the photos and watch the video over in Day Trippin'.