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    Quote Originally Posted by Magicscreen View Post
    After much frustration I read that if you edit the picture slightly it loads correctly. So far that's worked for me!
    Read where? Edit in what way? I've never had problems like this except on mtbr.

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    I know. Me either. When my pictures post upside down in mtbr I open them in the iPhoto application editing mode, save them and repost. I don't actually make any changes to the picture. I don't know why it works, but (so far) it does.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Engineer90 View Post
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    That is really nice - simple and purposeful.

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    Canyon Dude tackling the Maah-Daah-Hey Trail in the North Dakota Badlands. I ordered this guy the first day they became available to the US market this month.

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    Out at Usery Park this afternoon ...

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    6 mile run NJ

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    Morning commute.


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    I love my fat bike for everything!

    This is a bike check of my 2018 Norco Bigfoot 1. Let me know what you think of the bike and the video.


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    Good stuff! The fat is awesome. You're in for some great adventures...
    Get fAt, Stay fAt, Ride fAt
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    getting into spike camp
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    spike camp
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    Salsa Beargrease X5. Have a Spring, Summer, and Autumn under my belt with this thing. It has by far been the most fun bike I have ever owned and probably my most ridden in my stable. I am convinced that I can sell my other mountain bikes and use this for everything now.

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    Salsa Beargrease X5. Have a Spring, Summer, and Autumn under my belt with this thing. It has by far been the most fun bike I have ever owned and probably my most ridden in my stable. I am convinced that I can sell my other mountain bikes and use this for everything now.
    I couldn't agree more. Since buying my fat bike, all desire for other bikes has diminished to practically non-existence.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris307 View Post

    Salsa Beargrease X5. Have a Spring, Summer, and Autumn under my belt with this thing. It has by far been the most fun bike I have ever owned and probably my most ridden in my stable. I am convinced that I can sell my other mountain bikes and use this for everything now.
    Yup, I am also in this boat. I have a dedicated 29er HT, but I'll either sell it or give it to my sister if she wants to get into MTB. I have one fattie rn, but I would love to get a Farley 7 and a Surly ICT. The fat bike kool-aid just gets stronger every time I ride. Sure, more leg power, who cares? I am stronger now riding it
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    Quote Originally Posted by DirtyHun View Post
    I couldn't agree more. Since buying my fat bike, all desire for other bikes has diminished to practically non-existence.

    I can not say that. all tools have there time and place.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tim208 View Post
    I can not say that. all tools have there time and place.
    ditto. I yearn for my skinny tired SS in the Spring.
    I don't know why,... it's just MUSS easier to pedal than the other ones.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tim208 View Post
    I can not say that. all tools have there time and place.
    That they might however, some would quantify by the change on the odometer of each bike in the collective.

    Quote Originally Posted by dbhammercycle View Post
    ditto. I yearn for my skinny tired SS in the Spring.
    My skinny tires are +tires these days. Ceptin the trials bike...
    Get fAt, Stay fAt, Ride fAt
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    11,500' in Colorado on Saturday...not much snow and all but a couple drifts (like this one) were rideable. Kind of unusual, typically the first snows are deep and light enough that no one is riding anything this high that's not packed down!

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    mmmmm crunchy Autumn........

    always mad and usually drunk......

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    Quote Originally Posted by BansheeRune View Post
    My skinny tires are +tires these days. Ceptin the trials bike...
    I certainly wouldn't mind a ride on a log lady, but for now I'm still MUSStified. At some point perhaps a custom with 3 wheel sets, but not at the moment.
    I don't know why,... it's just MUSS easier to pedal than the other ones.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tim208 View Post
    I can not say that. all tools have there time and place.
    Quote Originally Posted by dbhammercycle View Post
    I certainly wouldn't mind a ride on a log lady, but for now I'm still MUSStified. At some point perhaps a custom with 3 wheel sets, but not at the moment.
    The custom budget went into three bikes after sorting a frame design with Twenty2. They went tits up just before I was gonna pull the trigger. :/

    JustJ's thread on the WaltWorks has been a great read. With all the various wheel ant tire combinations he's experimented with, much information can be gleaned.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BansheeRune View Post
    JustJ's thread on the WaltWorks has been a great read. With all the various wheel ant tire combinations he's experimented with, much information can be gleaned.
    I've read a good portion of JustJ's thread along with other postings by Walt. I've also been interested by the Otso Voytek and the Durango Hooey with an 83mm BB shell. What started my interest in the "one frame to rule them all" train of thought was a post by Bob Brown and a frame he built with a standard mtb 73mm shell with a standard crankset. He did have to do some work with the single chainring, IIRC he spaced it out 7mm, to make it work. Pretty cool, but I'm just not ready yet to replace all my bikes with one. In part because money, I won't be able to sell my bikes to break even on a custom or the Voytek or the Hooey. The biggest hurdle is probably my emotional connection to my bikes...but someday will come eventually.
    I don't know why,... it's just MUSS easier to pedal than the other ones.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tim208 View Post
    I can not say that. all tools have there time and place.
    Quote Originally Posted by dbhammercycle View Post
    I've read a good portion of JustJ's thread along with other postings by Walt. I've also been interested by the Otso Voytek and the Durango Hooey with an 83mm BB shell. What started my interest in the "one frame to rule them all" train of thought was a post by Bob Brown and a frame he built with a standard mtb 73mm shell with a standard crankset. He did have to do some work with the single chainring, IIRC he spaced it out 7mm, to make it work. Pretty cool, but I'm just not ready yet to replace all my bikes with one. In part because money, I won't be able to sell my bikes to break even on a custom or the Voytek or the Hooey. The biggest hurdle is probably my emotional connection to my bikes...but someday will come eventually.
    Thus, my bike "collective" exists! I keep the special one that has been places that have since been closed to bicycles. Hmmm, bicycles deserve to be constitutionally protected too! It's difficult to let go of em sometimes. My fatbike has been instrumental in my recovery from heart surgery a few years back. My cardiologist was amazed at my recovery. That recovery was made possible with the Mayor as my cardiac therapist. The mayor's involvement got me off the hook from cardiac rehab 30 days following the heart debacle. Not too shabby! Hang in there and your answer will appear in time.
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    May I play too? A short video of our first snow( and fatbike ride of winter) Hopefully it works and you guys can see it. Enjoy!


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    Testing out the new fatties, 4.5 Barbes on Jackslopes, Kona Wozo and Mastodon STD 140mm.

    First winter storm arrives this weekend.

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    A little snow on the trail this morning in North Dakota.

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    Found some hockey rink shavings

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    Lots of snow. And I think its here to stay until next spring.
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    Rode around the gravel pits and got nice and muddy!

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    Before the ride (right before sunset) and loaded up after getting back. I suck at taking pics at night on the trail, usually dont stop unless needed.

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    Just a gravel spin yesterday.

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    Frosty morning shakedown ride for a new build.

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    Great photo!

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    First ride on a mountain bike single track last night. Was a blast!! Reminds me 100% of my old days of dirt bike single track runs, only minutes from my house instead of a 2 1/2 hour drive! Can't believe it took me this long to get on a fat bike....
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    First ride on a mountain bike single track last night. Was a blast!! Reminds me 100% of my old days of dirt bike single track runs, only minutes from my house instead of a 2 1/2 hour drive! Can't believe it took me this long to get on a fat bike....
    No worries! Now you're strung out on the fAt!
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    FYI: The daily fatbike picture thread is now a sticky and will always appear at the top of the Fat Bike forum.
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    That nice, cold but nice

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bikin' Bric View Post
    FYI: The daily fatbike picture thread is now a sticky and will always appear at the top of the Fat Bike forum.
    Great idea thanks mate

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    Hi everyone, one from the other day,

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    Ride Fat, ride anything

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bikin' Bric View Post
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    Great!

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