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Discussion in 'Photos' started by tarvis pastrami, Jul 17, 2010.
They last a long time. Typically, I get 5-8 winters out of a tire. I am making my own now with grip studs. When the tire gets rough, I can remove the studs and install in a new tire.
This is how I been winter riding for 30+ years, 500 Cold Cutter studs self tapped front & rear, as long as you stay out of the rocks and stay off the pavement, I get several years of use out of this set-up for about 50.00 bucks and it works very well.
I did, I did, I saw an arrow there.
Don't try sneakin 'em by, I've got my eye on you....
We don’t get deep snow, so our studs hit the ground a lot. The carbide tips keep them from wearing out. They will even bite into rocks, asphalt and concrete. Crossing rail road tracks can break them and should be taken with caution.
Langille Ridge trail, Gifford Pinchot National Forest, Washington, USA.
Back in 1987 riding my Husky XC500 on my practice track in North Louisiana.
Rode some single track on a game farm today.
Social distancing single track with the dogs!
nice to have buddies clear the way for my 990.
Swing Arm City, UT
Not a pic but thought i'd share.
My 2010 TC250 4t Husqvarna - Cebu providence
This single track here is not the usual stuff like I rode in the states... The trails here are usually walking paths used for transversing the provinces. There could have been some bike traffic on them but in lots of cases, not much. So bars and footpegs do not clear many things along the length of a trail.
If you zoom in you can see bits of the single track. This is just part of miles of trails we've made in our neighborhood