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    Quote Originally Posted by tracerprix View Post
    First ride with the Nates. AMAZING!
    Looks like a ride around Syracuse! Tracerprix we need to organize a ride soon. There must 4 or 5 of us in the area. I ordered a GoPro the other day. I plan on making some cool fat bike video's.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gcappy View Post
    Looks like a ride around Syracuse! Tracerprix we need to organize a ride soon. There must 4 or 5 of us in the area. I ordered a GoPro the other day. I plan on making some cool fat bike video's.
    Oh yeah! Great Bear.

    I can't believe all the flotation, tractions, and fun it is.

    We were climbing a couple hills with roots and the guy behind me said you suck as he lost traction and had to stop!

    I plan on riding this ALOT!

    I swapped bikes with one guy and he LOVED the fatty. I got one his hard tail was was like WTF is this! HA HA HA. I doubt I'll be on my full susp anytime soon.

    Oh Tubeless is where it's at. AMAZING. 5 PSI. Never bottomed out. Maybe I'll go lower.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tracerprix View Post
    Oh yeah! Great Bear.

    I can't believe all the flotation, tractions, and fun it is.

    We were climbing a couple hills with roots and the guy behind me said you suck as he lost traction and had to stop!

    I plan on riding this ALOT!

    I swapped bikes with one guy and he LOVED the fatty. I got one his hard tail was was like WTF is this! HA HA HA. I doubt I'll be on my full susp anytime soon.

    Oh Tubeless is where it's at. AMAZING. 5 PSI. Never bottomed out. Maybe I'll go lower.
    I had my 9-0-7 there last week with a bud on his 26. He made me go first the whole time to make tracks for him. Let him ride my bike and he didn't want to give it back.
    I will be back in town Wednesday. Let me know if you want to ride.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gcappy View Post
    I had my 9-0-7 there last week with a bud on his 26. He made me go first the whole time to make tracks for him. Let him ride my bike and he didn't want to give it back.
    I will be back in town Wednesday. Let me know if you want to ride.
    PM Sent.

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    Hello all,
    This is my first post in the fat bike forum. I got this Mukluk last week and took it down to the beach for a spin.
    It's true what they say, smiles for miles.



    (the pic is from my crappy cell phone. there will be better ones to follow. need to remember to bring a decent camera next time.)

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    Welcome Steve. Enjoy yer Mukluk and let's see those pics.
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    And don't feed the trail troll:


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    Fat and Proud! Simpson Desert Challenge 2012

    It's nice when it stops!



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    The corner of Short and Fat.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bmike View Post

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    Interesting...the back cover of the latest Athleta catalog features a fatbike, too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mangoman View Post



    And don't feed the trail troll:

    Killer pics, mangoman.

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    Quote Originally Posted by steve c View Post
    Hello all,
    This is my first post in the fat bike forum. I got this Mukluk last week and took it down to the beach for a spin.
    It's true what they say, smiles for miles.



    (the pic is from my crappy cell phone. there will be better ones to follow. need to remember to bring a decent camera next time.)
    I don't know, seems like a pretty sweet photo to me. Wish I could get my phone to do that!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mangoman View Post
    Interesting...the back cover of the latest Athleta catalog features a fatbike, too.
    Wife gets that too. Will have to look. Same parent company?

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    Quote Originally Posted by spovegas View Post
    I don't know, seems like a pretty sweet photo to me. Wish I could get my phone to do that!
    That photo was massaged with a sledge hammer in Aperture. The original looks like it was taken with a Polaroid.

    *************************************

    Now here's a picture worth sharing.
    All though the grade looks flat, this is a pretty steep little hill. If anyone is familiar with Orange County CA, this is Mustard in Whiting Ranch. I have been riding it occasionally for close to five years. I had yet to clean it. (attempted on a trance, reign, nomad, on one 456)
    And low an' behold, what bike do I clean it on? On my first try? The Mukluk!



    (Smiles for miles!)
    Fitting that I wore an orange fleece this morning. I look like the worlds largest jack-o-lantern!

    Once I reached the top, it was pretty cool. There was a herd of lycra sporting ultra go-fast xc dudes. They couldn't believe I cleaned it on the Mukluk.

    I love this bike!

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    some pics. i don't want to wait to post them all individually






















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    Quote Originally Posted by bmike View Post
    Wife gets that too. Will have to look. Same parent company?
    Not sure. But funny how I subconsciously 'align' myself with both brands because of their prop choices. Sneaky!

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    Do you have a high res version of this one... love this pic. Wanna make it my wallpaper.



    Great photography.

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    Quote Originally Posted by russmu66 View Post
    Do you have a high res version of this one... love this pic. Wanna make it my wallpaper.



    Great photography.

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    sure: http://farm9.staticflickr.com/8305/7...84f22995_h.jpg
    and thx

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    Halloween parade!

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    ^^ that Sandman is pure awesomeness!

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    Yukon fatbike... it's starting to look like winter here...again.
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    GREAT first ride today! Pavement to the beach, then a little pavement to single track to abandon rail tracks to gravel paths to home! 20ish miles. Loved every second of it!






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    First Fatbike Ride

    I took my fatbike on it's first ride today after picking it up last night and spending the night playing with putting on racks and other items.


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    Nice...

    Quote Originally Posted by alphazz View Post
    I took my fatbike on it's first ride today after picking it up last night and spending the night playing with putting on racks and other items.

    All geared up for adventure - yahoo!. Enoy the new ride.
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    Here comes the sun...

    S'all right. Got up at the crack of... um, 10:30 for a sunrise ride. Losing about eight minutes of sunlight a day this time of year. Days are getting short. Nice ride, great light,
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    I talked a random beachcomber into taking this shot of Julio and I last Saturday.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ~gomez~ View Post
    <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/gomez_lakeraven/8138609141/" title="fat-bike.com - sleeping bear dunes 015 by ~gomez~, on Flickr"><img src="http://farm9.staticflickr.com/8046/8138609141_716b4ba390_c.jpg" width="800" height="600" alt="fat-bike.com - sleeping bear dunes 015"></a>
    I talked a random beachcomber into taking this shot of Julio and I last Saturday.
    sleeping bear dunes! nice.
    haven't been there since i was a kid!
    some cool terrain, from memory.

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    Late autumn in WI

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    Hello, similar but from the beach, all aluminum friends:



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    I've been lurking for a while and finally posting.
    I just started mountain biking again this season after many years off. Started off dragging my feet thinking I would be able to swing an $800 hardtail and as of today I purchased my third bike of the season, A 2013 Muk 3.
    Spinning the pedals has been a life changer for me and I feel better and happier than i have in years. I have even started bike commuting to work. At first I figured I'd do it a day or two per week but it has become an every day habit.
    Living in the Yukon, I couldn't bear the thought of the season ending so I started to explore the world of Fat Bikes. I am very lucky that we have a big community of fatbikers here to learn from and ride with. Another forum member loaned me his pugs last weekend so I could get a taste while I waited for my bike to arrive. I couldn't stop smiling.
    Here is a pic of my new best friend. I was so stoked to get her I went for a ride after work and then a night ride as well. So much fun!
    Thanks for all the great info on this forum and I hope i can contribute to it as I learn.
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    Black Ops

    Not the first ride. revisited a spot I was at a week ago pedaling through the first snowfall of the season. Things change quickly in Central Oregon.
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    Quote Originally Posted by swolfe View Post
    Not the first ride. revisited a spot I was at a week ago pedaling through the first snowfall of the season. Things change quickly in Central Oregon.
    Looks a lot like my neighborhood in Nv

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    Welcome jonbass;

    Sweet ride. You certainly won't lose it in the snow!
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    not the aquatherm packs, but the aquasack. still has a layer of insulation in them, and should fare better than a hydro pack line this winter on the fargo or the pugs.


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    Daughter's first fatbike ride in the snow!


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    Quote Originally Posted by OUWxGuesser View Post
    Daughter's first fatbike ride in the snow!

    Is she dressed in white.. and riding a white bike? ..

    DJ

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    Pugsly Utility Vehicle

    While I do occasionally enjoy the trails on my Pugs; most of the time it's a "work truck" on my hobby farm:
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    The transformation is easy enough; I just zip-tie a customized plastic parts bin to the Surly rack---then cut it off when it could get in the way:
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    I met gcappy today. We had a great time! Gene's Lefty is pretty sweet! I'm in the second picture.
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    First pic is from today. the second one is older but important.
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    Hey guys I am new to the forum but have been ridding for ages. I jus want to know why such a big tyre?

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    wrong spot
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    Quote Originally Posted by tracerprix View Post
    I met gcappy today. We had a great time! Gene's Lefty is pretty sweet! I'm in the second picture.
    Wow, didn't realize how bright my yellow jacket is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gcappy View Post
    Wow, didn't realize how bright my yellow jacket is.
    Yeah it's bright, but good. That way you can be seen in the woods.

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    Took an off trail adventure today and ended up doing some creek riding
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    Cell phone pics. Turned out ok.








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    First "real" snow ride of the year

    Enough snow on the ground that the float of fat tires was actually required today. Nate front and Hu Du rear worked great for the semi crusty conditions. Plan on trying Nate on the rear in snow for a while before writing a review. The Nate (f) and HuDu (r)combination rocked for me all summer in mixed conditions: gravel, sand, tundra and mud.
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    First night ride of the season

    Atop Lynn Woods in Massachusetts.

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    The highway encroaches...

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    Yesterday it was a big road bike day. Today, the fatty had a turn.


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    Some days one just has to grin and go on. I am hoping I don't have many more of these events.


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    Awesome pics guys, here's a few more i found tonight from the Red Centre trip.
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    Quote Originally Posted by alphazz View Post
    Some days one just has to grin and go on. I am hoping I don't have many more of these events.



    At minute 4 you see me doing the exact same thing
    Some days,....

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    A great ride in Illinois.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KrateKraig View Post
    A great ride in Illinois.
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    WHAAAATTTT????? Thanks for the invite!!! LOL

    Seriously, where/when was this, and how can I get notified for the next time?

    Thanks,

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    10 Year Anniversary Fatbike Ride

    This last weekend was my wife's and my 10 year wedding anniversary. We loaded up the fatbikes and one single speed cross bike, and headed to the town we have celebrated each anniversary: Port Townsend.

    The original plan was to celebrate and fatbike the beach around the State Parks and then head up to the Enumclaw cyclocross race on Sunday (why I am in my kit). But, the bunkers won out and we road all around Fort Worden instead.



    Rode the beach first.



    Ontop of the bunker.



    Looking in a mortar bunker.



    Obligatory Pugsley on top of the command bunker.



    Riding between the bunkers.



    Riding out of the Alanson Randol bunker complex.

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    "WHAAAATTTT????? Thanks for the invite!!! LOL

    Seriously, where/when was this, and how can I get notified for the next time?

    Thanks,"

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    Sorry about that Steve. This was at Illinois Beach State Park, Zion Illinois.

    Are you on facebook?
    The ride was announced there. Join the groups Fat-Bike Wisconsin... https://www.facebook.com/#!/groups/292696044077175/
    And Fat Bikes... https://www.facebook.com/#!/groups/326108427417580/
    Catch you next time!
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    Quote Originally Posted by KrateKraig View Post
    "WHAAAATTTT????? Thanks for the invite!!! LOL

    Seriously, where/when was this, and how can I get notified for the next time?

    Thanks,"

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    Sorry about that Steve. This was at Illinois Beach State Park, Zion Illinois.

    Are you on facebook?
    The ride was announced there. Join the groups Fat-Bike Wisconsin... https://www.facebook.com/#!/groups/292696044077175/
    And Fat Bikes... https://www.facebook.com/#!/groups/326108427417580/
    Catch you next time!
    its all good, I just got my Moonie. Im about 45 minutes south of there by car, although I rode my Roadie almost to there and back on sunday!

    I'll be sure I watch those FB pages!!

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    First Snow CNY

    4th ride on my new Moonie and 1st snow of the year here in central NY (Hammond Hill, Slaterville, NY). Not enough snow to really need the fatness, but the traction on wet logs, off camber roots, rocks and mud is amazing!
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    Quote Originally Posted by brknspk View Post
    4th ride on my new Moonie and 1st snow of the year here in central NY (Hammond Hill, Slaterville, NY). Not enough snow to really need the fatness, but the traction on wet logs, off camber roots, rocks and mud is amazing!
    Nice. There are a few other people from cny towards Syracuse with fat bikes. We need to have a group ride.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tracerprix View Post
    Nice. There are a few other people from cny towards Syracuse with fat bikes. We need to have a group ride.
    You know it! I'm open pretty much every weekend.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tracerprix View Post
    Nice. There are a few other people from cny towards Syracuse with fat bikes. We need to have a group ride.
    i have fam in the utica / new hartford area. i've been bringing the pugs with me when we head down for family time in the winter. have been up to the moose river plains and some local parks. would love to meetup if schedule works out...

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    Quote Originally Posted by bmike View Post
    i have fam in the utica / new hartford area. i've been bringing the pugs with me when we head down for family time in the winter. have been up to the moose river plains and some local parks. would love to meetup if schedule works out...
    Email or pm me your contact info. I'm sure something will work out.

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    We’ve got a lake here in California in the Santa Cruz Mountains called “Loch Lomond”. First time I ever smoked a joint with my dad (back in 1983) we were fishing there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KrateKraig View Post
    A great ride in Illinois.
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    Love the Illinois fatbike rainbow.

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    It's been fun riding the Mukluk the past coupe of weeks, no powermeter, not even paying attention to HR. I can't wait for snow...




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    Quote Originally Posted by Leopold Porkstacker View Post
    We’ve got a lake here in California in the Santa Cruz Mountains called “Loch Lomond”. First time I ever smoked a joint with my dad (back in 1983) we were fishing there.
    ...but we also visited SC's Loch Lomond for fishing and exploring quite a few times in the 1960's. There was the remnants of an amazing logging railroad up the canyon that he'd take me to see; we also looked for an old steam donkey supposedly left behind on a ridge top but we could never find it. (He grew up one canyon over on Bear Creek)

    Closer to home and more OT here's my Pugs today on H W Coe SP's Jim Donnelly Trail; I was setting out marking flags for this weekend's Trail Work Day---the Pugs makes a good mule thanks to its rack:
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    Quote Originally Posted by pliebenberg View Post
    ...but we also visited SC's Loch Lomond for fishing and exploring quite a few times in the 1960's. There was the remnants of an amazing logging railroad up the canyon that he'd take me to see; we also looked for an old steam donkey supposedly left behind on a ridge top but we could never find it. (He grew up one canyon over on Bear Creek)

    Closer to home and more OT here's my Pugs today on H W Coe SP's Jim Donnelly Trail; I was setting out marking flags for this weekend's Trail Work Day---the Pugs makes a good mule thanks to its rack:
    <a href="http://s1042.photobucket.com/albums/b426/pliebenberg/Bikes%20and%20Bike%20Hardware/Pugsly%20Belt%20Drive/?action=view&amp;current=IMG_0427.jpg" target="_blank"><img src="http://i1042.photobucket.com/albums/b426/pliebenberg/Bikes%20and%20Bike%20Hardware/Pugsly%20Belt%20Drive/IMG_0427.jpg" border="0" alt="Photobucket"></a>
    My plan for last weekend’s Coe trailwork session was to bring my 9:zero:7 fatbike, but I had last minute drivetrain issues. Hopefully the rains will be gentle on Coe this fall/winter, as I’d love to help out with the trail clearing and such again… on my fatbike this time!
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    Yes. Thanks!

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    Not many people I know who ride bring their tripods and fill flash lights with them. Nice photos!!!
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    Nice pics ozzy. Hope to go there some day.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ajbaudoux View Post
    Yes. Thanks!
    Yeah, very nice.

    Did you use sharpness stacking in any of these shots?

    Hope you will do some posting again after heavily using the bike. These kinda pics of a dirty fat bike would be awesome.

    Yeah I know it's a fetish

    This kind of lighting would be very tricky though if the bike is still wet and muddy.

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    All post process I do in Lightroom so no sharpen stacking

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    Quote Originally Posted by Normbilt View Post
    New Fresh Build
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    Rolling Darryl's. White DB Spokes,
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    What is the sticker price on that beauty?

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    Just got my first fat bike! Salsa Mukluk.
    1 ride so far and unbelievable!

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    A ride by the river
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    Winter came through Central Oregon last night dropping some fresh snow. Stopped on my way to the Helipad out at Phils for a little photo op. Happy Winter!
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    Just me and the boys at a recent charity ride in Sydney - about 90kms or so
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pizzaz View Post
    Just me and the boys at a recent charity ride in Sydney - about 90kms or so
    Is that a Chariot? Was your rear quick release skewer long enough to use the bike trailer attachment or did you have to use a different one with the 170mm rear hub?

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    Nice bike, i have a heckler and a fat bike just like you.......weird, except my fat bike is a 907

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonbass View Post
    Is that a Chariot? Was your rear quick release skewer long enough to use the bike trailer attachment or did you have to use a different one with the 170mm rear hub?
    Yup, it's a chariot. The std 170mm salsa skewer was long enough to accommodate the trailer hitch.

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    Still waiting for that snow!
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    A Damn Fine Day

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    L-R: Pugs running Endo/Larry; Muk running Nates; Muk running Endo/Larry; 9:Zero:7 running Knards. Something for everyone, then.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dhabartrider11 View Post
    Still waiting for that snow!
    That is a beautiful expression of artistic talent. I love the creative design.

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    The snow looks great there. We had 30cms this week. But the windchill right now is at -24c. I think I will wait until it dies down a bit.

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    One of hundreds of trees in my local park downed by Hurricane Sandy. All of my nearby riding spots are pretty well trashed. Just got power restored to the house after almost 2 weeks without.
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