At this point its best to bend the studs out from the centerline slightly, this will both help to secure the studs in the tire as well as prevent them...
Here in Oregon we've been struck be what some have called the "snowpacalypse" and as an avid bike commuter I have found myself needing some extra traction to make it the 9 miles to work. I have seen a number of instructables and tutorials involving screws and nails and the like, however since I dont have those things and they all seem to have the problem of puncturing the tire frequently, this is my solution.
Step 1: Step one - gather supplies
For this instructable you will need an old bike tire of the size to fit your bike(or at least one you dont mind losing regular use of) and a good length of heavy gauge wire