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    Quote Originally Posted by MiniTrail View Post
    3" is fat
    besides who is going to argue with a sasquatch
    Exactly.

    3" or up is usually considered "fat" around these parts. Your Krampus definately qualifies! I have a Gazz 3.0 tire on my unicycle. While it doesn't rock the super fat, it is fat enough to turn heads(and lay some awesome tracks!).
    Welcome to the club, Sasquatch!

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    Thanks guys!
    Mountain bikers who don't road ride have no legs...
    Road riders who don't mountain bike have no soul...

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    I love fresh snow
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    Just some local early morning Nor Cal Shore lineDaily fatbike pic thread-imag1727.jpgDaily fatbike pic thread-imag1731.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by sasquatch rides a SS View Post
    Lurking no more! While it's not technically a fat bike...a 3" wide tire at 8psi is "fat" to me

    typical to see Sasquatch tracks but no actual beast.

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    Another one from the weekend.


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    Sterling Valley in Stowe VT

    2" to 3" of super fluffy fresh snow on top of hard crust made for tricky conditions on the off camber sections.












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    How quickly things change...

    Quote Originally Posted by sasquatch rides a SS View Post
    I wish I got more snow where I am, also wish I had a Pugs

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    Still wouldn't mind one but I do want some warm weather for the new bike!
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    First, I was all like:
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    And then I went all like:
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    Incase you can't tell, I put on some new-to-me Big Fat Larry's. Fits good, no rub, all gears, no mods. Sunday, we ride!

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    My pugs is soon moving to less furious purposes, so I installed Ragley Carnegie's bars (and slightly longer stem) to it. The ride feels more relaxed and commuter-ish. Soon it will have a new frame too (see thread: Pugsley frame failure).

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    Got some fresh (heavy/wet) snow yesterday. After I picked my 3-year old son up from daycare, he wanted to ride. So, we putzed around the neighborhood and our yard. He doesn't have a fatty (yet). He wanted to ride his Trek Jet (he's been off training wheels since he was 2 1/2) but he lacks the skills for snow, so he rode his balance bike. Dad's Pugs tracks were handy in the deeper snow.




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    I like that quote......

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    Isn't it nice when we can all appreciate what someone else has to offer?

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    glad you pointed that out...at first I was like....???? have fun on the BFL's

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    Way to go Little Guy! Just like daddy! You have a future fatty there!

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    Where is Cantie Lake? Are you in Whitehorse? Is the ride on the Yukon Quest trail a race/event or are you going for the adventure?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Akfatty View Post
    glad you pointed that out...at first I was like....???? have fun on the BFL's
    Yeah, from the side they aren't as impressive as from the front or back view. Was too cold for lots of pics, I'll snag better ones on Sunday.

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    I figured it was time to post up a couple pics. I ordered the bike in October and before I received it I had to have emergency back surgery. I've ridden it in the neighborhood some but it probably won't see the trails for another month. Hopefully after another month of road riding my back will be up for some trails. The bike has a Mendelson lefty fork but is otherwise stock.






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    Can't even ride yet... it's waaay too fluffy.
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    Trail at one of our dogsled races. Great day for a ride before the race starts Daily fatbike pic thread-427213_4357901552373_2092153715_n.jpg

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    Bering Sea ramble

    Looks remote, but I was never more than 5 miles from the town of Nome. Of course Nome IS in the middle of nowhere.
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    ^Lovely!
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    Daily fatbike pic thread-2013-02-09-09.26.34.jpg

    Locally in SW Ontario, Canada we got about a foot of snow in one day.
    It's so soft it's only really rideable once the hikers have gone through,
    I tried following snowmobile tracks but it was only a single machine and still too soft.

    I didn't even have to push down very hard to get this...
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    The reflective rim strip on the rear really shows up well in this shot!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TrailMaker View Post












    This is the brief portion of the ride where I got to ride; some of it with 8 speeds, some with only one, but most of it on
    foot. You can read the sad tale elsewhere on this forum.

    Love the frame. Is that a custom build or what brand is that bad boy? Cool looking bike!

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