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    First Fat Bike on Mars?
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    Short ride at a local park after we got some rain
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    Pine Mountain, Bend Oregon

    Excellent ride up to Pine Mountain Observatory. 8 miles, 2,000 feet of climbing, elevation 6,300ft, 14 degrees at the top, 16 miles round trip...fun!
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    Multi-use trail at Squaw Creek Park, Iowa. The past seven days have had temps in the upper thirties to low fifties, our trails are either bare or rutted, postholed, ice.


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    We had a little snow here last night so I shot out before work (and it all melted)

    Just my tracks and a fox's


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    First Tracks by paulfulford, on Flickr
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    Quote Originally Posted by Derek.Endress View Post
    280k wilderness solo ride planned for end of the month
    In case you didn't know, your grips are swapped to the wrong sides (l/r) per Ergon's intent. The narrow wing projection should be facing backwards. Can't imagine them being that comfy that way, but maybe you like them like that.

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    Ergon grips

    Quote Originally Posted by bme107 View Post
    In case you didn't know, your grips are swapped to the wrong sides (l/r) per Ergon's intent. The narrow wing projection should be facing backwards. Can't imagine them being that comfy that way, but maybe you like them like that.
    Interestingly enuf, I am quite aware as I had another set on my Muk3 the regular way! Funny that folks want to point this out v yet thinking outside the box gives some of us an advantage!
    I am finding that they are quite comfortable ergonomically as my hand sits with fin resting just below knuckles with a comfortable position of function for the wrist. I rely on tracking my BG with lite pressure on the bars unless steep climbs or descents. As well the sweep on the Jones changes the angle of the how the grip sits in relation to the palm, wrist and arm. I just did a fun race on Saturday with a bunch of fatbikers and lots of folks doing the wrist/arm shake after 20 mins in the saddle.
    I have had these on the bike since early December and ride 1-2 hours almost every day. So far not even a twinge of wrist fatigue or tingling fingers
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    Let's see, watch the playoffs or ride the fatty...

    Silly rabbit!
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    Pugsley at sunset

    Just finished building up a Necromancer frame and got in three nice rides over the weekend on some fresh snow. I am still figuring out tire pressure and my layering system, but am digging the heck out of my new bike.
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    Surly Pugsley, Salsa El Mariachi, Salsa Vaya

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    Quote Originally Posted by warmonkey View Post
    Silly rabbit!
    cant wait to get ma hands on that bike

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    Silly rabbit!
    sorry I think you may have spelt that wrong it's Silly Wabbit.
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    We don't get much snow in Edinburgh, so when we do it's time to take advantage of it!'


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    Quote Originally Posted by druidh View Post
    We don't get much snow in Edinburgh, so when we do it's time to take advantage of it!'
    Very nice!!

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    Glazed Beach Ride
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    Muk 3 is a dream

    Lovin the conditions here in Boise.
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    What type of bags are those?

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    Northern Mn. Style




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    Quote Originally Posted by cxfl View Post
    What type of bags are those?
    My bags were made by Oveja Negra Threadworks
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    Yeah we got snow. My first taste of Pugsley winter.









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    So... what can I do to be a little different. I mean, everybody takes pics of their bike, or
    riding, or groups. I know... I'll take pics of my tracks in the snow, on all the terrain I am
    riding, which is mostly all the stuff I normally ride. "I was here" ... ya know?

    Ummm. They suck. Who knew pics of tracks in the snow kinda suck? The terrain just
    never looks as interesting in pics, and you just can't see all the details under the snow.
    Good thing I took some "other" pics. Well, I got a few good tracks anyway...









    Probably the most beautiful cherry tree I've ever seen. This is under the heading of "other."





    Local knowledge. You ride around the side of this huge old maple tree. Tight and kind of
    craggy and rooty.....



    Surprise! There's a 2' drop off a boulder just around the corner. Even trickier in the snow!



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    And now without further ado, the requisite Portraits & Still Lifes;













    Same basic shot, without the snow shower.



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    So, I'm looking at the weather forecast at lunch time. Today - 22* and Sunny. Tomorrow -
    42* and rain. Doink! So, I ask the boss if I can "have the afternoon off." I tell myself,
    "sure." I went riding!

    Yeh... I took a couple riding shots too.



    So, you wanna ride creeks in 22* weather, eh? Remember to shift a lot!!!



    Man... what a gorgeous day!



    And was I ever dressed perfect!



    Took my balaclava and gloves off even, at 22*!



    I've got a great boss!
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