And now, another episode of Lessons Learned On the Bike Path. Here's your host, Warren T.
Good afternoon and welcome to Lessons Learned on the Bike Path. Today's lesson - riding on ice. When riding on ice with slick tires, it is best to keep pedalling to maintain balance and momentum. If you stop pedalling you may loose control of your bicycle and, in some cases, you may spin out 180° and fall to the ice - hard.
Now, I'm not 100% sure that is a true statement, but I now have anecdotal evidence that says it is. I can also tell the City of Overland Park that the new tunnel for the bike path has temporary residents using bubble wrap and Bud Lite to keep warm. Fun day.