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    Future Butt Kicker on The Great Lakes Fat Bike Series

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    Quote Originally Posted by tradera View Post
    Here's a few from our Moab trip. I'm already missing Utah.
    I stayed in the same campground when I was there last year, I really liked it. How was the Mukluk in Moab?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tradera View Post
    Here's a few from our Moab trip. I'm already missing Utah.
    It's been a few yrs since I rode Porcupine Ridge in Moab. What's the name of this campground? Thanks!

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    Portals RV park I think.

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    Right on man, I see you got them tires swapped out!
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    Puffins Holidays to the West Coast of Scotland

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    Portals is the campground, great place to stay. Pretty centered around the trail heads I was able to ride to both trails leaving the car for the family.

    The muk was on point. I rode a ways up Porcupine then back down one day and rode slick rock another, very cool trail. But people really stare at a snow bike in the dessert, especially when you commute to the trails through main street.

    Next time I'm renting a full suspension and doing the "whole enchilada". I just wish Utah was a little closer to Virginia.

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    Cranny Crow Overlook at Lost River State Park in WV.

    Just got the Relevate tangle for Straggler a couple weeks ago and it fits the Pug great, too. Freaking love this bag, fits everything for a longer day trip without having anything on my back.
    Oh noes. I'm going to drink the Kool-Aid.

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    Speed holes! Man was this project ever a time consuming mess. But alls well that ends well:

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    First flat. Had to use regular 26 tube to get home. Worked but lumpy! Pinch flat at 7 psi. Hmmm maybe a fluke I don't want to air up much more. I'm only 150 lbs.




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    i used to get a few flat put slime in tube not had 1 for a year now but did notice when swapping tyres i had 4 thorns sticking through pulled them out looked at tube and u could see the spots off slime .didnt repair them either just put winter tyre on and pumoed up still not gone flat over 2 months lol .so it works

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    Fatbiking high above the Salmon River Idaho today with my Son. Feels great now that the heat has backed off a bit.

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    Old deserted boat caves carved in the rock where fishermen used to store their boats and nets many years ago.



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    Quote Originally Posted by maineCommuter View Post
    Hi Phil,

    How do you like your Surface FB ? I have considered one of their models and I might still order one around November if some of my ideas work out.
    I am absolutely lovin my Surface Element! It's been 4 months now that we've been together and my body is loving the results. The one feature of the bike that I enjoy most is the built-in, bolt-on rear rack. Instead of wearing a backpack on my commutes, I just strap it onto the bike. I did change the stock hand grips to some ergonomic grips and I fully intend to change the chainring from the stock 48t to a 38t. I just have to have a Granny Gear for some of these NYC hills. The bike weighs in at 46.5lbs and is just gorgeous to stare at. If I were to have an issue with the bike, it will be the Brakes. They are not Breaks at all! They are SlowDowns. I have to continually get them adjusted. My LBS said I should upgrade the Brakes....That's about it! I am really lovin this bike! And just wait until I put the White On-One Floaters on those black rims! Oh my!!
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    So many nice sceneries here. This is from yesterday evening in a quite forest in Arvika, Sweden. Inside it feels like autumn slowly creeps closer. Great riding with the fatty in comfortable cool air will soon be here.

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    Beach dunes in Brazil

    We don't have snow here, so it took sometime for even a big brand to bring some models. Me and my friend are the only ones riding this place. Motor vehicles are not permitted.

    As a plus, we frenquently see girls in bikini walking in the dunes. But sorry, no pics of that


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    Damn nice scenery in Sweden!

    Alxnd- looks like a hoot to ride there


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    Since the snow has melted. I have ridden my fatty 3 times. This pic is from ride #3. The final destination, turn around point of the ride from this Saturday. The Arrow Lake cliffs. A 60 km ride with 993 meters of vertical to climb.

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    One barand new Borealis and custom skewer for pulling my B.O.B. Used it on this years archery hunt and love it. No moose this time but what a great time.
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    On the way to a 4th place XC race finish (me on the 32 pound fatty versus the guys on the $7,000 20 pound XC rigs).



    Borealis Echo was unmatchable on the sandy switchbacks, climbs, and descents. Conga lines and a chain drop on the 3rd lap kept me from clinching 3rd place. But, it was fun. It was worth the beer and the picnic afterward.
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    Congrats man!


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    Nice work!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leopold Porkstacker View Post
    On the way to a 4th place XC race finish (me on the 32 pound fatty versus the guys on the $7,000 20 pound XC rigs).

    Borealis Echo was unmatchable on the sandy switchbacks, climbs, and descents. Conga lines and a chain drop on the 3rd lap kept me from clinching 3rd place. But, it was fun. It was worth the beer and the picnic afterward.
    Well done.
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    Way to go! You don't have to settle for back of the pack on these new svelter fatties. Just read on the the Salsa blog that a fella took a buckle at Leadville on a carbon beargrease.
    The older I get the better I was...

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    Quote Originally Posted by RogboAK View Post
    One barand new Borealis and custom skewer for pulling my B.O.B. Used it on this years archery hunt and love it. No moose this time but what a great time.
    pictures of the skewer?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rcksqrl View Post
    Damn nice scenery in Sweden!

    Alxnd- looks like a hoot to ride there


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    Thanks rsksqlr! I will try to come up with more creative fattygreetings from Sweden further on. Its great to see all the nice fatbike surroundings from all corners.

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    Beautiful scenery in Sweden! I'll post a pic from all the way across the country, this weekend in Björkliden, Norrbotten.

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    Beautiful!


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    On top of a mountain

    Pic from this weekends fatbike adventures in Björkliden, Swedish Lapland.
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    I work away from home and won't be there to take any pics for a couple more weeks but I'll try and remember when I get there. I machined a piece of stock to fit the shewer with a tight tolerance. Cut a B.O.B. skewer to go half way through my hub. Took and old QR and cut the threaded end to the length I need to make up the difference needed. Layed both pieces in the machined jig to hold both pieces in perfect alignment and tig welded them together. Then chucked them up in the lathe, turned the weld back down and checked the run-out to make sure both pieces were straight.
    Nothing to it!

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    Not as cool as some of these pictures.


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    Quote Originally Posted by benlowery View Post
    Not as cool as some of these pictures.
    Now you have the bike, the opportunities for good pics just happen because there's nothing to compare with a fatbike for getting you into interesting places.
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    I've been wanting a fatbike for quite awhile, and a friend of mine with a shop back in Iowa made me a deal too good to pass up on this new Pugsley. I only got it yesterday, and judging by the smile on the Fed Ex guy's face, I either had a booger on my chin or he knows fatbikes. Today was my inaugural ride (non-neighborhood curb jumping ride that is.) I went up the mountain near my house, and holy crap did I have fun. It reminds me of an old, heavy BMX bike. I think I'm going to enjoy this thing...

    Piper and the Baconbike overlooking Missoula:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Huring View Post
    Pic from this weekends fatbike adventures in Björkliden, Swedish Lapland.
    Double DSD!


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    This isn't a "you're doing it wrong" topic.

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    2014 Gravity Deadeye SS

    Loving my new bike so far... Still needs adjustments but after the first ride I realized it epitomizes me in some ways - it's kinda fat, kinda slow, has a few screws loose here and there, and it would rather run over **** than go around it.


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    Outlast-
    1- what bike is it?
    2- is it the angle or are the handlebars on backwards?

    Your description is perfect! Just how I feel!


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    Tracking a 4.8" Bud print down the beach.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rcksqrl View Post
    Outlast-
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    2- is it the angle or are the handlebars on backwards?

    Your description is perfect! Just how I feel!


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    Thanks! Bike is a Gravity Deadeye SS. I think its the angle of the picture as far as the handlebars go.

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    The bars need to be rotated forward


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    Some fatbiking at a group ride today. Photo of me courtesy of a WCC member.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rcksqrl View Post
    2- is it the angle or are the handlebars on backwards?
    Something is for sure set up incorrectly.
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    Yesterday was a fun one. Rode the Hillside trails for a bit and flung some mud around.

    Stopped by the LBS to pick up some new grips and saw this awesome machine.


    Then hit Kincaid with my girl, who finally bought her own bike(2015 Specialized Crave). While it ain't fat, it's still pretty damn fun!

    Old Chevy out on the trails..



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    ^^^^^ so now your aloud to ride the whiteout again?

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    Hahahaha. Right!? A happy girl is a happy world. Trust me!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Leopold Porkstacker View Post
    Something is for sure set up incorrectly.
    I was informed in another thread that my handlebars were indeed upside down and backwards. They are fixed now, thanks guys for pointing it out before I was "that guy" on the trail everyone snickers at as he putters by with his ride put together all retarded.

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    Ride out bogus basin above boise today. Nice views!



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