Once you make it to more traveled roads you might find a two-track type area where you can at least get out of the ruts. You then have to be very careful in regards to overtaking traffic. They too are focused on the two-tracks and don't tend to pass very safely.
Finally, I make it to the river path. It is usually plowed within 24 hours of any snow! It was clear sailing from here, or so I thought. This is what I encountered on the rest of the commute....
|The only bad part about this one is envisioning how much damage this does to the path. It's not build to handle 10 ton trucks!|
|When I finally got to Rock Blvd. (which has bike lanes)....the bike lanes are the location the snow is pushed to. This leaves you exposed and basically riding in traffic, so it's a bit nerve fraying.|