The Official Winter Riding Pictures Thread.

Post everything you have of riding in the winter. Dirt Bikes, Quads, Snowmobiles, and other images are all welcome!

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Do you have Studs?

More of today:

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Nice helmet.

Damn I wish it snowed like that here in houston. It was 79 degrees today

Nice helmet.

That is my buddy. I was wearing mine.

I will throw some up here in a while. Here we got about 3 or more feet of snow. I use ice studs for my Gasgas but mostly just frozen lake ridding.

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No substantial amount of snow here in Ohio yet, but I'm ready

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siicck

Damn I wish it snowed like that here in houston. It was 79 degrees today

we had a record high of 83 in dallas yesterday. pretty odd considering earlier this week we had a couple days where it didnt get above freezing and we were down into the teens at night.

:busted: I have traded in the dirt bike for the snowboard! DSC00651.jpg

no alpha whiskey...no studs needed

Looks like alot of people don't winter ride. I will try and take some pics the next ride I go on.

no alpha whiskey...no studs needed

I guess I need more tread because if there is more that 8 inches I just sit there spinning.

Me

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Daughter

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Daughter & hubby

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Hubby

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I guess I need more tread because if there is more that 8 inches I just sit there spinning.

there was about 6-8 on the ground, key is sitting on the back fender pretty much all the time

Looks like alot of people don't winter ride. I will try and take some pics the next ride I go on.

i winter ride all the time. its just that winter riding around here involves ice/frost in the morning then mud as the day goes on. we dont get much snow here in southern WV.

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gah, is that snow recent? looks beautiful up in the mountains, i need to find somewhere to ride up there when its snowing :busted:

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Here are some from today at my track. The snow is just about gone.

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