If your rims can take a knobby tire, you can screw in short machine screws into the blocks. They'll function like studded tires. NB: I've never done this on a bicycle (Oregon was never snowy long enough to worry about it), but it works like a charm on small dirt bikes.
I cycle every day, or at least did till I slipped a disc recently And I've cycled in the snow with no problem, even with my 16inch Brompton A good, cheap option is to use zip ties around the back tyre as a substitute for snow chains but that'll only work if you've got cantilever or disk brakes Fit low gearing and take your mudguards off, and try and make the bike carry any weight as your probably going to take a spill on ice at some point Decent lights and sunglasses are a a good option.Cargo bikes like a Yuba Mundo are good due to there long wheel base and low gearing, plus the low cross bar means you can abandon ship or get your feet down easier Just relax and take it slow and you soon get in the flow of it
Yeah another ''Steel is real'' bloke here I'd love to see shot's of your rig mate