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    Cool-blue Rhythm Northern Cali Inland Coast

    Riding the Boca Coastline.This was a very entertaining ribbon of snow between the melting ice and the hillside.

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    pulled over to let a dogteam pass by

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    On the way out to our wilderness cabin, north of Denali National Park, thirty trail miles.

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    bike at The Into the Wild Bus

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    Nice pic^^^^^
    Sad and humbling place, that bus.

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    Daily fatbike pic thread

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    Nice pic^^^^^
    +1.

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    very cool, dig the vertical rocks

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    A few pics from my ride today
    Mountain Bike Ride Profile | Riding on (frozen) water near Lake Ann | Times and Records | Strava



    Size is relative


    Riding the trails created by the logging equipment

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    Gen' one Purple Pugs

    Surrounded by Fatbacks and 9zero7's here in Anchorage, this early-adopter Pugs is still clocking miles.
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    "I get a buzz from being cold and wet ~ the pleasure seems to balance out the pain" - Blue, Red and Grey The Who By Numbers

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    Daily fatbike pic thread-62146_599532026648_1814256112_n.jpg

    Picked up a Pugsley yesterday in time for more snowfall tomorrow. Took ride around 7:30 this morning at Matsell Bridge Park near Cedar Rapids, IA. 10F, chilly but wonderful. Then took a 20 mile ride around town and in the country. Found some great snowmobile paths and fun things to roll over.

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    Re: Daily fatbike pic thread

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    Picked up a Pugsley yesterday in time for more snowfall tomorrow. Took ride around 7:30 this morning at Matsell Bridge Park near Cedar Rapids, IA. 10F, chilly but wonderful. Then took a 20 mile ride around town and in the country. Found some great snowmobile paths and fun things to roll over.
    Your gonna have fun! Awesome pic as well.

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    From ride #2. Up to top of smugglers notch from the Stowe side. Walked the switchbacks. Tough climb while in summer shape on a road bike. Pleased to have walked and hiked with the fattie. Lots of questions from skiers and boarders and snowshoers on my way up and down.


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    It's go time

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    The "Who Needs a Trail" Ride

    Hey;

    The title says it. Lots of stuff off trail, wherever I felt like it. Super steep hills, creek beds or very near by. Just 'splorin. Unreal conditions. Two-week-old sun warmed 3-5" crusted over with 3" of last night's fresh powder on top. In places it was like riding on fresh pavement with road tires. Smooth as silk. But... watch for ice, or a break through. CRUNCH! Got to ride on a lot of the trails that were just too hard to get to previously.







    Stoopid steep hillside stuff, where trails so far have feared to go. Why not?!



    Fatty rolls the skinny!



    Playing in the creek...





    ...and real near to it.





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    (Wheelie) Droppin the F(at)-Bomb!

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    Nice shots, Trailmaker!

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    emotional !!
    Ride is a beutiful life

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    Quote Originally Posted by bmike View Post
    From ride #2. Up to top of smugglers notch from the Stowe side. Walked the switchbacks. Tough climb while in summer shape on abroad bike. Pleased to have walked and hiked with the fattie. Lots of questions from skiers and boarders and snowshoers on my way up and down.

    Nice! That's a steep trip.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mtbxplorer View Post
    Nice! That's a steep trip.
    the pics never do the steep justice. this is near the top, looking back down to the stowe side.


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    Apparently you packed enough rice to make it back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bmike View Post
    the pics never do the steep justice.
    Aint that the truth;

    Find a likely spot for a pic, set the bike up, set the camera up, set the timer, run back to the bike, repeat until you get a good one, often MANY times. Yes, I'm doing this alone. Try it some time! It occurs to me, as I'm slipping and sliding and falling on my arse because the hillside is so steep; "I can't even walk on this without hitting the deck, but I'm riding it?!" Coming down that bank on my last two creek shots, you look right into the bottom of the creek bed from 20' above, and you swear you see a target where your face will hit when the fork or handlebars snap. "Look at the other side... look at the other side!"

    Then you look at the pics and it looks like no big deal.
    Most people ply the Well Trodden Path. A few seek a different way, and leave a Trail behind.
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    My Pug and I in Terlingua, TX

    Rode 90 miles over 3 days. Riverbeds were not a problem and climbing was easier than i thought it would be. and check out my custom desert camo frame bag!
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    Quote Originally Posted by wcomeaux View Post
    Rode 90 miles over 3 days. Riverbeds were not a problem and climbing was easier than i thought it would be. and check out my custom desert camo frame bag!
    Where are these photos taken?

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    These were at Lajitas trails and Big Bend State Park for the Chihuahuan Desert Bike Fest

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    And sometimes conditions are absolutely PERFECT!!!!!!

    Ditched work to ride 30 miles on the Tetonia/Ashton rails to trails in Idaho. Unfortunately conditions were super fast and perfect, so I wasn't out as long as I wanted to be....
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    Just breaking in the freshly shoveled driveway. Had an awesome commute home (as you can tell by the snowpacked tires).

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