@ All - Thanks for your appreciation.
Actually Master proposed this crazy idea to try and ride in the snow. I took it seriously aur Master ki jaan khai until he agreed
Up until the last day I didnt know if he would be going but then he finally said YES
It was a challenging experience to ride in the snow. Our preparation involved putting rear trail tyres in our bikes. Master already had a tool kit so I didnt have to take one along
I slipped once on 'sheesha ice' but thanks to Allah nothing happened, only my side indicator cracked. At some points on road to thandiayi there was so much ice that we didnt know how we are going to cross it. But Master lead the way at such tracks and thanks to Allah we got through them. I have learned a lot from him during this trip. He has a lot of riding experience and is always happy to show me the right way to ride
Riding in the snow and ice is very tricky and you need to 'know' you bike and have an excellent control over it. Braking is essential and dangerous. The right amount of brake will stop the bike and the wrong will make u slip or fall. And always use rear brake when riding in such conditions. So it is very necessary to have an excellent rear brake (change the shoe and get the drum's sleeve checked).
I will share more pics by the weekend. I took two days off from work for the trip and now when I came back I find so much work stacked uo for me
I will be happy to answer any question that you all have regarding riding in the snow. And i hope to see many more such threads from fellow 2 wheelers