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    Kitty litter pannier for the win!




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    Tour rigging for Pugsley's shakedown cruise. Worked pretty well except for the need to jerry rig a way to keep the rear panniers from sliding forward. Old Man Mountain racks front and back including my custom mounts allowing a front OMM Cold Springs rack to be used on front.
    We did about 30 miles overnight in the Wallow Fire burn area in AZ. It was greening up nicely.
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    Fat bike needs a fat water bottle
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    Yup. And I figured out I could hose clamp another Anything Cage and 2 liter bottle underneath the down tube. Just fits.

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    Really diggin' this thread. I haven't done any overnights yet, but I did make a frame bag.

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    Semi-fat, loaded on tour.


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    Bike packed with gear and food for a week (ok, part of the food is already eaten).
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    Here is mine all ready for this weekends Moray coast beach tour to Culbin Sands

    Culbin Forest Beach:: OS grid NH9964 :: Geograph Britain and Ireland - photograph every grid square!

    Rear bag has Jetboil Zip stove, cup, spork, sleeping bag, food, Spare clothes, lights, headtorch, tripod,
    Tools & spare tube on seatpost.
    3/4 Sleep mat on bars
    Vango Banshee tent, waterproofs, camcorder in rucksack



    Hopefully try to get my first fatbike film out of this trip
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    Glad you packed the camera Motorman!,
    Culbin is a place i have read about and want to visit, full of history, above and below the sands ,

    Another place on the visit list for myself is the Noble Explosives works at Ardeer Beach in Ayrshire, near Stevenson (Irvine), some good fatbike exploring to be done there
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    have a fun trip
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    Just recieved a new frame bag from Buggybags.co.uk

    Construction seems good and the fit is excellent.
    Might be useful for some of you UK fatbikers.

    I'll post back again after i've used it a few times.


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    Quote Originally Posted by singlespeedstu View Post
    Just recieved a new frame bag from Buggybags.co.uk

    Construction seems good and the fit is excellent.
    Might be useful for some of you UK fatbikers.

    I'll post back again after i've used it a few times.


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    Woooah...!

    I was planning on a DYI job with the girlfriend of a mate of mine.
    But after looking at this and seeing how low they are priced, i think i will oreder myself one as well !
    This saves on importtaxes etc, when you order things from outside of the EU this can really add up.

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    Most of you guys are running non-racked and ideally I would like to run all full bag setup (handlebar, frame, seat) as well.

    But I have Surly front and rear rack on another bike, Is it worth the additional weight to bring it over to the Pugs?

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    How much do those buggybags, bike bag cost?
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    Their site mentions prices that are around 50 British pounds for the basic model.
    Very interesting for us Europeans !

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    Those look pretty awesome, and for a rather reasonable cost too. I am definitely considering some of those now.

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    Any chance you can tell us where those bags are made ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by voodoojb View Post
    Any chance you can tell us where those bags are made ?
    Scott's in Banff (Canada).

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    Quote Originally Posted by motorman View Post
    How much do those buggybags, bike bag cost?
    Yep i paid 50 for it.

    As I said before Jon is a pleasure to deal with. I'd highly recomend getting in touch with him.

    Had a quick spin round at the weekend to see how the bag worked and it was totaly solid.
    I couldn't even tell it was there when riding. No movement, not noise and no rubbing my legs.

    Just need to plan an overnighter now.

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    Excellent price! I will be ordering one soon as I get a template made up.
    Thanks for posting the info up, you just saved me a fortune!
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    Did my first overnighter on the Mukluk this weekend. I had a great time on it.


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    are you guys typically using bivvys or small lightweight tents? I'm considering the pros/cons of each and it appears you can save about 3-4 pounds by going with the bivvy, but at what comfort cost? hammock perhaps?

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    Bivy or tent, depending on the conditions and length of the trip. A bivy is not the right solution when the bugs are out.

    If you compare a bivy to a modern ultralight tent or tarp, you can save maybe one pound by going with a bivy, but no more.
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