Mostly the former because I hate winter in general, but a bit of the latter as well because I'll have to yo-yo the bike on and off the winter tyres again as if I haven't done enough of that already.
Oh yeah, I think I remember you talking about bike problems last year, that does sound like a pain in the ass. For a second I was going to blast you because I'm at 177 inches of snow but all I have to do is sit here and look at it, I don't have to work in and around it, so my heart goes out to you. Just remember if you ever decide to come up here, it's 99% Finish. Shit, our street signs are in Finish.
Snow and slush aren't not too bad since the summer tyres paddle along in it quite nicely, as do the winter tyres (which is why I bought a mountain bike in the first place). I no longer mind wet ice either because the spiked winter tyres are unbelievably grippy on that shit. The problem is that the summer rubber is useless on ice, and the heavy winter spikes make pedalling ridiculously hard work on anything other than, so I just wish that the stupid climate made up its bloody mind as quickly as possible. Once - if - it does, I'll be alright again, until it does another one-eighty and I have to choose between twenty arduous minutes of tyre-changing and days, if not weeks of having the wrong rubber for the prevailing conditions.
The temperature should turn freezing in a few hours. Here's hoping that the forecast is right for once.