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  1. #3576
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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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    Quote Originally Posted by Teton29er View Post
    conditions are absolutely PERFECT!!!!!!
    love coming to this forum after listening to people cry about the weather all freakin day

    You'd think March was supposed to have June temps...
    Quote Originally Posted by davidarnott
    wheelies, beyond being the best way over any sort of obstacle, both above or below, are are the steedliest expresstion of joy

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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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    Good job!

    Pretty sure this upgrade was going to make the bike ride better:
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    My buddy Moe on his new red Pug:
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    Moe tweeting about how rad fatbiking is:
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    Moe climbing a tree to get some shots:
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    Tree shot of me:
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    Me on a small ladder in snow:
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    Pine Hill VT Snow Ride

    Pine Hill VT, this past Sunday 3/3.

    2" of fresh, on a bed of hardpack crunchy ice, with light snow falling. Heaven.


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    Re: Daily fatbike pic thread

    A few from last weekend at Fort Custer in Mi.






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    Is it spring breakup already in Southcentral Alaska???

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    Ah snow....reasons to go to work via the woods this morning.
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    Oh noes. I'm going to drink the Kool-Aid.

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    3,5 hours of pure fun on sunday.
















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    Finally got this dumb thing put back together. Came in handy for Tuesday's commute to work:

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    Quote Originally Posted by jaydrunkenpee View Post
    Finally got this dumb thing put back together. Came in handy for Tuesday's commute to work:

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    Super Nice! "dumb thing"? Not sure the story behind that but I like what I see. Tell me more. Alfine IGH? 11 speed maybe? Looks like 100mm rims. Moonlander offset?

    Thanks for sharing!

    Wil

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    Quote Originally Posted by bikecycology View Post
    Super Nice! "dumb thing"? Not sure the story behind that but I like what I see. Tell me more. Alfine IGH? 11 speed maybe? Looks like 100mm rims. Moonlander offset?
    It's a Gen-1 Pugley frame and fork, cantilever mounts were shaved before getting powder coated. Wheels are 80mm Vicious GFS drilled with a 40mm hole saw and powder coated white, hubs are Alfine 11 rear and Surly 135 front, all held together with DT spokes. Fork was a 100mm non-offset model that I manhandled so it's now a 135mm one. Thomson stem/post with a King headset.

    As far as it being a dumb thing, fatbike are dumb. Fun but dumb. ;-)
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    Daily fatbike pic thread-photo2.jpgIndiana Snow Day

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    This really says fun all the way!

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    3,5 hours of pure fun on sunday.
















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    Got a ride in this morning before work.


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    Commute to work.

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    More bikepacking in the Scottish Highlands


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    ScotRoutes: Oops!...I (almost) did it again

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    Wow that was a flashback!!! in 1985 or so I rode my Schwinn High Sierra up that same damn hill on a bet from a friends dad. It almost killed me in the summer! Nice work!


    Quote Originally Posted by bmike View Post
    the pics never do the steep justice. this is near the top, looking back down to the stowe side.


    looking back by mbeganyi, on Flickr
    My bike is heavier than yours - it does not have Carbon or Titanium parts - I love it!

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    Is that California Mountains? Looks a lot like Laguna area...

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    3,5 hours of pure fun on sunday.















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    My bike is heavier than yours - it does not have Carbon or Titanium parts - I love it!

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    I rode the 12 miles to work today on the logging roads. Stopped and took a picture halfway to work since I was making good time.
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