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Let the Air Out: Tire pressure is the number one thing you can control that can make or break your ride. Basinger guide is pretty simple: If you wallowing in the snow, let some more air out. you riding on completely snow covered trails, you can let your tire pressure down extremely low, Basinger says. The rule applies even if you don have a fat bike made for winter riding; 2 or 3 psi can be the difference between riding and walking.

is slower and harder than what you experience the rest of the year. can go into snow biking thing that you going to be ripping around corners and hammering up hills, Basinger says. Instead, focus on the trail and the experience of being out there. more about the adventure of where you are, he says.

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Spin More, Worry Less: You can only be as aggressive as the trail surface allows in snow, that usually means you not going to be jumping up to sprint, standing to hammer up climbs, or generally thrashing around. Basinger advice: Shift into Roshe Run Khaki

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floating along be elusive. a lot of trails, there only a small section that has the right conditions to ride on, Basinger says. okay to wander back and forth to find it. At the same time, Basinger also recommends playing with the way you distribute your weight: If the snow crusty, shift more weight to the front so you can stay on the crust without breaking through; if it mushy, shift to the back so you can get some traction. In other words: Experiment. It what winter riding all about.

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Drop 32 year old Peter Basinger name in a conversation with a group of cyclists, and you unlikely to get a reaction that group knows about snow biking. Basinger is a master of this super niche skill set: The Anchorage native has won the 350 mile Iditarod Trail Invitational six times (and completed it 12 times), and Nike Roshe Run Print Premium holds the unofficial record (3 days, 5 hours, 40 minutes) for the event. It goes without saying that he knows a thing or two about piloting a bike over snow. We caught up with Basinger as the first flakes of winter were starting to fall to get his advice on riding the white stuff.

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Change Your Pedals: Even in great snow conditions, you going to spend time on and off the bike. Clipless pedals will quickly pack with snow and ice. Instead, swap out to flat pedals and wear winter boots to keep your feet warm. be able to walk when you need to, which will save you from a huge headache, Basinger says. your feet will stay warmer too. And that a really big deal.

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a gear that lets you keep a comfortably high cadence, take a seat, and spin down the trail.

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