Feed

Sneeuwketting

Sneeuwketting means snow chain in Dutch. These are an alternative to proper spiked tyres and are designed to be fitted easily in about a minute. Designed by Cesar van Rongen they help you do that all important thing that everyone wants to do in winter…cycle across frozen ice! See how hard it is without them in the video, not good. I want some, no excuses not to tackle snowy weather conditions now.

Share this post

  • http://huphtur.nl huphtur

    Sneeuwketting means snow chain.

    • Dan

      Ah, thanks. I’ll amend that!

  • http://ogras74.blogspot.se/ Jonas aka Ogräs

    Sorry but I don’t get it. So they have re-invented something we’ve had in the Scandinavian countries for ages? Why not just sell Nokian or whatever in your country?

  • http://www.muellertrawny.de Joerg Mueller

    funny – but why dont you take the test-heros from Nokian or Continental?
    You can drive in highspeed curves and dont loose your Spikebelt!
    It really works…
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iAgl_cuP8EY&list=FLP-NOwqchoq3sy0JPMb8OIA&index=23&feature=plpp_video

    Jörg

  • Dan

    We do have Conti spiked tyres over here too but for the 2 days a year we get any snow or ice something like this could be a genuine alternative for commuting…if they don’t roll off!

Advertisment

Advertisment

We are sharing this space - email info@headsetpress.co.uk for details
100 Years of Le Tour Prints - Visit the shop

Latest reviews

Photo feed

We’re always adding new photos on instagram, tumblr and flickr.

  • Glove sized cycling shoes
  • The Tour is coming
  • Riding for coffee this morning #VSCOcam #cycling
  • Proper path riding
  • Waiting to go. Hoping the postman brings new bolts for the front mudguard tomorrow.
  • Do I? A few duff parts though for the money compared to competitors.  @iamspecialized #tarmac2015 #tarmac #specialized
  • Some @thewonderfulsocks came in the post today. #sockgame is getting stronger at Headset Press
  • The day started off great, a mechanical means I'm getting the bus home.
  • There's a tunnel up ahead, can't believe a train used to run through here. Been past it loads and not noticed this huge tunnel