Winter Gridlock 2014 – a pictoral timeline » Tues, 1/28 @ 2:46PM – frozen wheels

Tues, 1/28 @ 2:46PM - frozen wheels. During the time that I am playing with the kids, the slush that had accumulated on my ride home freezes both wheels in place. I have to carry my bike down the driveway into the garage as it is impossible to turn either wheel. I think to myself, "I'm glad I didn't stop at any one spot for any length of time on the ride home or I would have been trying to figure out how to break the wheels free from the ice."

Tues, 1/28 @ 2:46PM – frozen wheels. During the time that I am playing with the kids, the slush that had accumulated on my ride home freezes both wheels in place. I have to carry my bike down the driveway into the garage as it is impossible to turn either wheel. I think to myself, “I’m glad I didn’t stop at any one spot for any length of time on the ride home or I would have been trying to figure out how to break the wheels free from the ice.”

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