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    is 2 fatbikes too many ? - moonlander custom pics

    after my fat bike progression of a pugs, then a 9zero7, now a carver Ti, I always still liked the moonie, so built one up with custom painted rims and bars, added ne OD crank and my bud/lou combo.

    who says 2 fatbikes is too many - not me





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    Not a chance! Sweet Moonlander.

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    As long as you actually ride them you don't have to justify yourself to anyone - except maybe the bank!
    Safe riding,

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    Nope! got 4th build going now, and will have 5 wheelsets with a 29+ wheelset too

    All ridden along with my other bikes, i cycle daily so a change is always nice
    plan it...build it....ride it...love it....
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    Nope, some may say not enough! 1 geared and 1 SS, but always looking to add more!

    Great looking Moony, btw. I'd throw a leg over it!

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    hey skip the leather seats package on the next new car and boom you've got a moonlander!

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    Is two fatbikes too many? Said no fat biker ever!

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    Don't be ridiculous! Have you seen the pictures of my garage?

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    Never enough!
    Moonlander's
    Sandman Hogger Ti

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    Nah...

    #3 is rolling around in my brain right now. Got the wheels for it already...
    Most people ply the Well Trodden Path. A few seek a different way, and leave a Trail behind.
    - John Hajny, a.k.a. TrailMaker

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    Fatness is contagious. My big dummy got a lot bigger after my Moonlander went on a diet.

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    Can't have just one... I only have one and have been looking at a variety of others as a second. Motobecane, On One fatty rolling chassis bundle, Moonlander, 907 190mm... life is full of important choices!! I DON'T KNOW!! My head hurts.

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    Sick Moonie! That belongs on Bighit's site UGV if it isn't already.
    The LPG

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    Love the green...massive tire combo!!

    I have really been kicking around the thought of a moonlander with all the bags, holders, and parts you can hang on it.

    But I have a hard enough time keeping up with the bikes I have.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vikb View Post
    As long as you actually ride them you don't have to justify yourself to anyone - except maybe the bank!
    Indeed. Thankfully I am the bank in my house... on the other hand, my wife was VERY skeptical of whether or not I really needed a 3rd new bike in less than a year. Dummy / Cross-Check / Pugsley. Where is the overlap there?

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