I don't use studs (from what Iv'e read they only help on ice anyways) but I ride in some snow up here espesially this time of year. Nothing really over 1' deep if I can help it, but are there any good techniques out there? If going straight, I try to keep my ass over the rear fender as much as possible and kinda "float" the bike through it, keeping the throttle WFO. I have some trouble where there is packed snow, with a bit of had pack undernieth. Anything more than a slight crack of the throttle sends the ass end dancing all over the place, leading to instability, and some more than embarrasing low-speed wipeouts. Are there any good ideas on that? Obviously, (as I've learned the hard way) a gentle right hand helps, as does riding a gear higher. Where should my body be positioned? If I move my weight forward to keep control when turning, the back wheel spins to high heave, but if I shift back, the front washes out VERY easily. Any other general pointers for riding in snow? Any bike setup tips? I loosened the clickers 1 click front and back, and the bike is jetted properly for the colder temps already. Thanks!