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    Cool Pic.

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    Had a great ride today on a trail I've never ridden before: Hidden Pond Park (AKA Glacier 8). This trail is a few years old and was created by the local mountain bike group (C.L.I.M.B.). The thin layer of snow over the leaves made for a sometimes-tricky ride. I'd imagine it would have been trickier on skinny tires.

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    My first post! Just got my fat bike a couple weeks ago and figured I'd share a photo of it.


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    Re: Daily fatbike pic thread

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    Another dry day in the desert........

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    Daily fatbike pic thread

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    Got 9 miles in today at Chestnut Ridge. 34 degrees and running 6-7, frt-rear, and it was a struggle finding traction if I veered of the packed snow. Almost crashed a few times and spun the rear climbing. Had to push more today than I remember ever doing. Probably should have dropped to 3 or 4...

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    full on winter in central nh.nothing like pedaling both uphill and downhill
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    Enjoying the little bit of snow we currently have.



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    Quote Originally Posted by rex615 View Post
    I continue to be impressed by the content posted here, some really great photography and some photos that just want to make you go out and ride.

    Thanks to all.
    I totally agree – love to see all the pictures from around the world

    If I could have one wish – it would be that everyone stated where the pictures are taken

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    Daily fatbike pic thread

    Snowy, Technical Singletrack at the Gladwin Rec Center.

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    Blackborow and ICT out for 9 miles of trails near Rockford,IL
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    A little air time documented.

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    Great pictures folks!!

    Nothing but Rain and Gale force winds here...... wish we could get some nice cold and snow, even for just a couple of days!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jisch View Post
    A little air time documented.
    Nothing like a squirrel chasing you to drive you do the unthinkable.
    At least you lost him at the dropoff.

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    It's worse, that was a MOUSE! EEK.

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    Daily fatbike pic thread

    First snow ride of the year, Highland Mi.






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    Quote Originally Posted by Jisch View Post
    It's worse, that was a MOUSE! EEK.
    Embarrassing how slow our fat bikes can be...

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    Crankin' hard and still smiling :-)
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    a little fun from yesterday...

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    Taken by my friend this past weekend. His is the orange 907 and mine's the blue Farley.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Drevil View Post
    Were you at Avalon? I was there with a bunch of friends. If you saw a blue smurf-looking fatty on a fatty, that was me

    I love "Drugs".



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    I was on Upper Rock Creek. I was short on time, and I can ride there from home. Drugs must have been happening on Sturday. I saw pictures of other friends hitting the same jump. Between the ti bike and your unique fashion sense you are usually easy to spot on the trails

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    Pando fat bike race 1/11/2015

    great day to be out racing..

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    Daily fatbike pic thread





    Beautiful day for it.

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    Smile Evening Ride

    A few shots from my ride last evening. Perfect condictions

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    Quote Originally Posted by tmbrown View Post
    First snow ride of the year, Highland Mi.
    Nice! There's some tough loops in that Highland track. Any difficulty following/finding the trail in the snow? Which loops did you do?

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    My wife loves Highland.

    Of the 5 or so times I rode there, had three breakdowns/flats.
    Had to walk out twice and once from the "C" loop. (furthest out)

    Highland is my "unlucky" trail'

    Pontiac Lake Rec area was only 6 mi. from my door.
    Has to be one of the best trails in the country!

    Glad my wife got transferred to Denver. She wanted to retire in Florida???

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    Well....

    Just waiting for it. tick, tick, tick...

    You're a brave man, Goos.

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    And... the dog really wants a crack at those fat tires.
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    On a nice afternoon ride a couple of weeks ago outside Rico, Colorado. The going was getting pretty hard, I got to the end of where the road had been traveled and it was getting steep. There was about 6" of fresh snow on top of an existing base. Still had a lot of fun, especially when I started going back down.
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    Nice! There's some tough loops in that Highland track. Any difficulty following/finding the trail in the snow? Which loops did you do?
    I followed two other fat bikes tracks on A-loop to the B cutoff, that’s where they turned, I continued to the B-C intersection, it was getting late so I took the roads back from there.

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    My wife loves Highland.

    Of the 5 or so times I rode there, had three breakdowns/flats.
    Had to walk out twice and once from the "C" loop. (furthest out)

    Highland is my "unlucky" trail'

    Pontiac Lake Rec area was only 6 mi. from my door.
    Has to be one of the best trails in the country!

    Glad my wife got transferred to Denver. She wanted to retire in Florida???

    JM
    Highland will test man and bike… It’s probably not the most Fatbike friendly place in the snow with all the climbs and tight turns.


    I had pinch flat at the start of C-loop this year without a spare tube. I had to carry my bike out on my back using my camelback as a support balancing point from C-loop.


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    Since nobody else has dropped the bomb on him, I will.
    Goos, you will likely want to remove the kick stand, at a minimum, from your bike before you ride it on anything but the most tame trail. Also, if the intention of the bike is trail riding, most people here would recommend you remove the wheel reflectors.
    The kick stand will end up extending on you once you hit a rock, root or other trail feature hard enough, which may or may not result in a crash. The reflectors will end up falling off and littering your trails somewhere. Same thing with the reflectors on the pedals. Your first upgrade should be a set of metal pedals that won't break on you and leave you riding a spindle, or nub of spindle, or pushing your bike home. I've seen all of the above (and worse) happen to friends getting into mountain biking.
    Welcome to MTBR (and to mountain biking, if it's new to you)! Just remember the most important thing about this sport - it's all about having fun.

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    Took my new build out for a ride. The snow has started again.



    As little bike as possible, as silent as possible.
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    Velobike, what sort of pogies/bar mitts are those? I dig the hi-vis green, especially for the rides that start at the front door instead of in the car...

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    Cool.

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    thx lol its hilarious when i wear it outside theyve got a second one too, check out the link below the pic

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    Geez VB;

    Where's the mondo mud control devices? How are we to really know it is you?

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    Crunchy trails today. Would have definitely benefited from having studded tires in some sections.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TrailMaker View Post
    Geez VB;

    Where's the mondo mud control devices? How are we to really know it is you?

    Don't worry, that is being attended to. It wouldn't do to travel incognito.

    Rear done.






    Front at cogitating and scratching head stage. (Absolutely no mounts on front fork)




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    First ride, last weekend!

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    Reeb

    I need to take everything down the road to Reeb to have the Clown Shoes laced and the Donkadonk assembled. Hopefully soon!!


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    Donk!
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    Finally plenty of snow. Groomed my own trails with the tractor. Just rode in its tracks. A little bumpy but fun.

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    Finally plenty of snow. Groomed my own trails with the tractor. Just rode in its tracks. A little bumpy but fun.
    That's a great idea! I bet a lawn roller pulled behind the tractor would really make some nice trails.
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    this is what i use behind my quad. it's a piece of telephone pole. i put lag bolts in it to help give it traction to keep rolling.


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    Finally upgraded from my old pugsley, and built a new bike! 3rd ride on it last night. Love it.




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