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  1. #3726
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    5 and a half hours of fun in the snow. It was a good day.

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    Re: Daily fatbike pic thread

    Nice day.

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    Daily fatbike pic thread

    Scrabble says no fatbike for me




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    I guess fat bike is two words.

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    So today my wife finally got riding on the snow! It was a great ride. I am a very happy husband.
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    Bluedot trail near Campbell tract trails, Anchorage, AK
    Would rather be out riding!

    It's not just about a bike

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    I couldn't decide if I should post this in the Fat Bike Air and Action Shots on Tech Terrain, the Beach/Sand riding picture thread, or here in the good old Daily fatbike pic thread. In the end the Daily fatbike pic thread won out.
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    Daily fatbike pic thread-boughton-park-trail-wet-4-1-13c-redstripe.jpgDaily fatbike pic thread-boughton-park-trail-wet-4-1-13-muddychain.jpgDaily fatbike pic thread-boughton-park-trail-wet-4-1-13-tweentrees.jpg
    First day on my new Pugs! Its not so clean anymore. Bud up front just barely fits, but what grip! Thanks MCS, for turning me to the fat side.

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    one more red


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    First day on my new Pugs! Its not so clean anymore. Bud up front just barely fits, but what grip! Thanks MCS, for turning me to the fat side.
    Any chance you could snag a picture of the clearance up front? I'm inclined to try a bud up front on my pug using large marge rims.
    Oh noes. I'm going to drink the Kool-Aid.

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    Another great ride today. Campbell tract trails, Anchorage, Ak
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    Would rather be out riding!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jcaino View Post
    Any chance you could snag a picture of the clearance up front? I'm inclined to try a bud up front on my pug using large marge rims.
    This is a Bud on a Marge lite w/tube. I measured the inner fork at 115 mm, and the tire width at 110 mm (~10 psi). Add a little tire wobble and it is tight. The so called "birth tits" rub the inner fork.

    I was riding some rutted mud and the grip was great though.Daily fatbike pic thread-bud-margelite-pugs-fork-clearance.jpg

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    Whew, that is close! I imagine snow-only would be fine...mud, less so. Either way, nice bike!
    Oh noes. I'm going to drink the Kool-Aid.

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    Pugsley on patrol.

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    Playing in the snow up the Pentlands!

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    But equally at home in mud...

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    Or on the tarmac!

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    Re: Daily fatbike pic thread

    heres few pics and a crappy vid from my old phone

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    I'm sure I could ride here a week ago.


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    MCS Lefty Fatback

    April 3rd, 29 degrees with 3 inches of new snow. Decided to go for a snow ride before it melts tomorrow.
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    Idea!

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    video from our first ride together, and we had so fun!
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    Cruisin around downtown


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    Some nice looking rides here!!
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    On-One Fatty with a Trek MT 201
    You made the kid ride on a skinny tire tag-along?

    That not a true fatbike, its only 2/3 fat!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JoeG View Post
    You made the kid ride on a skinny tire tag-along?

    That not a true fatbike, its only 2/3 fat!
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    Yes I know! I have seen a 2,5" tire for a 20" wheel, but I believe there is not enough room for this kind of tire in the trek frame.

    Trek has a steel frame, so it might be possible to modify the frame to fit the fat tire. There is wide wheels available for 20" from Robsson but is there a 20" fat tires available for this size?

    Perhaps I just wait for couple of years, and my son can have an own fatty

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    Quote Originally Posted by a-o View Post
    There is wide wheels available for 20" from Robsson but is there a 20" fat tires available for this size?
    With the rim you are pointing to, you might have to rely on cruisers or chopper tire (heavy and slick usually).

    However, if you target 20inches trial parts (19inches real size), you will be able to find rims up to 47mm wide and there is knobby tires up to 2.6 (Monty Eagle Claw) or plenty of choice in 2.5 (Maxxis Creepy Crawler, Nimbus Cyko lite, Koxx TryAll...).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Siddhartha Valmont View Post
    However, if you target 20inches trial parts (19inches real size), you will be able to find rims up to 47mm wide and there is knobby tires up to 2.6 (Monty Eagle Claw) or plenty of choice in 2.5 (Maxxis Creepy Crawler, Nimbus Cyko lite, Koxx TryAll...).
    Let us not forget the Onza Sticky Fingers tire in the 20"x2.5" size (real true 20", not 19" trials size).
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