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When do you take your studded tires off for spring? #shorts

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Will an electric fat bike become my new favourite winter urban commuter?

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One quick tip for staying warm while winter cycling #shorts

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Extreme cold! Winter cycling gear versus everyday clothing during the polar vortex

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One great thing about winter bar mitts for urban cyclists #shorts

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One great thing about winter bar mitts for urban cyclists #shorts

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Keeping your hand warm while bike commuting – 4 tips in 1 minute #shorts

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Ride a bike on winter snow and ice without slipping and falling

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Why I don’t use a fat bike for my winter bicycle commute

That’s me riding a fat bike, but I’m not commuting!

Perhaps the most common question I get from winter cyclists these days is simple: Why don’t you ride a fat bike for your winter commute?

It’s true, I don’t. I ride a built-for-winter commuter bike that has non-rusting parts and skinny tires. But fat bikes are pretty amazing winter machines, and I’ve ridden plenty of fun miles on one. So here I lay out my case for why a fat bike isn’t my commuter choice, but maybe for you.

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The best bike lights for winter 2019

Which are the best lights to stay well-lit during this winter season?

As the days get darker, it’s important to be well lit on your bike commute. So I’m testing three lights to see which ones stack up the best.

The new Biolight PowerLight Mini.

The Beryl Laserlight, my favourite light from last season.

And a $15 wraparound handlebar light. Which one is best? Thanks to both Biolite and Beryl for sending me the lights to try.

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