Snowed here today. Apartment parking. Can this much snow (and cold weather, got to about -1c) damage the bike? Anything I should do before starting her up again when it's warm?
I'll keep that in mind.A night outside in the snow won't bother your bike any more than it would a car.
Looking at the snow on the bike makes me sad, but snow is dry, so it wont be much different than riding the bike in the rain tomorrow when the sun comes out and melts the snow off. but lubing your chain again would probably be a dilligent thing to to.
Where about in the South Shore? I'm in Saint-Jean-sur-RichelieuSucks don't it! I had no more snow at all here in the South Shore Montreal area. Now i look out the window and see freaking 2 inches of snow! Will this winter EVER go away!?!
If the cover fits well you should be ok (depending on how bad your winds are) . We've had 30mph winds here lately and no problem. I know the Hawaiian guys use a similar dowco cover and it's held up well in stronger winds.I'm afraid a cover might act like a sail in the wind and knock the bike over