Yes, finally we have some snow! What a nice workout it was this morning cycling through the snow.
Many of us are excited to see the white stuff falling from the sky. But for me, the arrival of snow meant also an opportunity to take out this beautiful red Bülk MK 1 and hit the road for a winter cycling.
This morning, I set out the velomobile, eager to experience the snow-covered landscapes around our factory. Of course I didn't forget about the ski goggles. The snow-covered roads were a beautiful sight, and the velomobile's large wheels made for a smooth ride. The enclosure provided a cozy and warm space, allowing me to enjoy the scenery without getting cold.
As I pedaled along, I couldn't help but feel a sense of excitement and freedom. The velomobile's design and enclosure make it easy to ride in any weather conditions and the snow-covered roads were no exception.
Cycling in the snow can be a bit more challenging than cycling in warmer weather, but the velomobile's stability and traction made it easy to handle. The snow-covered scenery was a bonus, providing a winter wonderland to enjoy while getting a workout.
It was a pleasant experience in this morning, one that I'll definitely be repeating when I have the chance. The snow may make it a bit harder to cycle, but it's all worth it for the chance to experience the winter landscape in a unique and exciting way.
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