Posted by Editoress on 03/19/07
Winter Road Warriors
By Adam Klevinas
When the mercury dips below zero, it is hard to imagine getting on a bike for any reason.
By the time the first snowfall hits, most peopleÃ¢â‚¬Å¡s bicycles have already been tucked away in their basement or garage for the winter, letting them collect dust over the long, cold months.
But for many cyclists, a cold, harsh winter is no excuse to stop riding. Some use their bikes to commute while other diehards find it unbearable to take their training routine indoors.
Adam Klevinas; is a freelance writer from Montreal, and also a journalism student at Concordia University.
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