I have one mountain bike set up for dry sandy conditions with Schwabe racing Ralphs tires, 195 width. We get a lot of rain here though, so my mud bike has Kendas, 210 width.
Lots of riders here are riding Surly Pugslys or 907 Fatbikes, either in Titanium or Aluminum with the huge tires for riding all winter. I'm not ready to make that kind of commitment to winter riding yet. I make do with studded tires.
Check out these winter FATBIKES! www.chainreactioncycles.us/907.html
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