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    links are working! nice !
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    good morning

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    runnin' the rapids on the delaware river
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    IMG_7483 by mbeganyi, on Flickr

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    Stormwalker - MN river bottoms?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Drew Diller View Post
    Stormwalker - MN river bottoms?
    Yup!

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    Sinuk R. bikeraft

    This local (Nome AK) 70+-mike bikeraft has been on my list of must do trips every since I got a fatbike and a packraft. 26 mi. of gravel rd., 19 miles of river, and 27 mi. of beach riding. One ferry crossing across the outlet from a large lagoon where we used one raft to ferry all the bikes, gear and us. Keith C., Jack G. and I did it as a leisurely 2 night 3day camping trip. Photos by vb and Keith C. Three grizzly bears sighted at a safe, friendly distance. Ran into brush before we could get pics. Many bear (literally everywhere) and one set of wolf tracks on the beach. Though close to town, this area has a wild, remote feel.
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    VB, Do you run the sand through a sluice after you clean it off the bikes?

    Great trip, I just got a raft to go with the bike and then took myself out of the bike or raft game for awhile until my ribs heal up. I'll be ready to bike by winter and the raft will have to wait til spring.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Crafft View Post
    Moar info please!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andy74 View Post
    runnin' the rapids on the delaware river
    Itís good to see others like yourself taking your 2009 11th Anniversary Edition Surly 1x1 ďRat RideĒ out riding. Iíve put over 8,000 miles on mine. Lots and lots of technical singletrack and steep fireroads. Iím running a 24"x3" Nokian Gazzaloddi in front and a 24"x3" Arrow Racing Wide Bite in back. Great combo for singlespeed rockcrawling.
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    The tourist folks working the sluice boxes in that last shot were having a good time, but not raving about the amount of gold coming off the beach this year. The offshore suction dredges are doing much better, when they can work. It's been a windy summer, lot's of down days. Hope you heal up quickly and get back out there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leopold Porkstacker View Post
    Itís good to see others like yourself taking your 2009 11th Anniversary Edition Surly 1x1 ďRat RideĒ out riding. Iíve put over 8,000 miles on mine. Lots and lots of technical singletrack and steep fireroads. Iím running a 24"x3" Nokian Gazzaloddi in front and a 24"x3" Arrow Racing Wide Bite in back. Great combo for singlespeed rockcrawling.
    Yeah! I'm really digging' your 24"marge laced to alfine.
    24" 36 hole Large Marge's are bomb proof!
    I also built a wheelset with a rohloff laced up to 26" DT500's
    Kinda wish I went with Alex DX32's, or 26" Kris Holm rims
    Surly=awesome

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andy74 View Post
    Yeah! I'm really digging' your 24"marge laced to alfine.
    24" 36 hole Large Marge's are bomb proof!
    I also built a wheelset with a rohloff laced up to 26" DT500's
    Kinda wish I went with Alex DX32's, or 26" Kris Holm rims
    Surly=awesome
    Lately Iíve been running in singlespeed though, 32x20 ratio. The Alfine is just too heavy and power-sapping for the sort of riding Iíve been doing. Iíve done over 3,000 miles of Alfine riding and so that equates to roughly 5,000 miles of singlespeed riding.
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    holy christ, I didn't know these bikes existed... ridiculous

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    First fatbike

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    First ride with the new Pugsley. Ramarkable the terrain this bike will handle. This is my first ride and first post on this forumn. That is the Middle Loup River in Nebraska. I decided to hit the game trails and open areas at Anderson WMA. A beautiful morning by the river.

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    veloborealis You guys look like you had a great Adventure . great pics . thanks for sharing

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    New Pugs

    A few pics from last weekend!
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    took a quick ride today. The nice thing with fatbikes they take you everywhere a normal wont.I found some old cars rusting in the woods.Daily Fat-Bike Pic Thread - 2012-img-20120819-00449.jpg

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    what would rainbow unicorn do?

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    Still amazed by the adventurs that you guys get into. Nice pics!

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    Winhall River, Vermont

    Dry river bank riding.
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    Islip, NY
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    Red pants rides from the last couple of days:

    Lake Fairfax in the rain:



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    Woohoo! Took it out for its very first ride this morning...


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