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    Quote Originally Posted by cocksmith View Post
    Me and my boy Greg today, his first offroad session on his Charge.
    Ah, Gambrill. I was a few miles up north at the Watershed. How's your Necro?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Drevil View Post
    Ah, Gambrill. I was a few miles up north at the Watershed. How's your Necro?


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    Third day on it this week! love it!!! I will be back for one more float tomorrow early before the Sheety work week begins :-( See any Hunters? I avoid that end till the new year.
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    Untitled by mbeganyi, on Flickr

    Shakedown for a late fall overnight / explore trip coming up. Had to mess with cables and out on my old H bar to get it all to work. Need to figure out my light and GPS. Running out of room on the bars.

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    the ride by ~gomez~, on Flickr
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    Daily fatbike pic thread

    Fat Bottoms Ride #3 for the season.

    Started out with nearly 20 Fatbikes.






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    Daily fatbike pic thread

    Fully loaded shake down ride.



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    two wheel livin'..

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    Daily fatbike pic thread

    Quote Originally Posted by bmike View Post

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    Shakedown for a late fall overnight / explore trip coming up. Had to mess with cables and out on my old H bar to get it all to work. Need to figure out my light and GPS. Running out of room on the bars.
    Heck yeaaah!!!


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    Quote Originally Posted by anortherncrazy View Post
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    Back at ya! Nice.

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    Daily fatbike pic thread


    Looking southwest toward Donner Lake as winter begins to take hold along the Sierra Crest

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    Low tide in low Cal

    I timed my ride to coincide with low tide so I could go for a glide. Took it all in stride on tires wide it can't be denied 'bout this I've not lied.

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    Dinner for two.

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    Switched out yellow for orange rim strips.

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    Trying to blend in. Great single track through this section of the park.

    Can't wait to break out the pogies and for snow.

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    Snow and mud.

    Riding Fat and still just as fast as I never was.

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    Early "Super Sweet" Loop

    Forgot about the time change so I got on the Trail nice and early today
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    Untitled by mbeganyi, on Flickr

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    Re: Daily fatbike pic thread

    handled trails well today in Llandegla , it was wet but there was loads there I have had my fatty 9 months and still haven't seen another. Must be rare in UK


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    Need Some Snow

    Put my winter fatty together yesterday. Bud, Lou, and new frame. Looked pretty, but not for long. The only reason it didn't look too muddy after the 2 hr ride was because of the stream I had to ride through. Need some snow here is Southern Ontario.Daily fatbike pic thread-img_1380.jpgDaily fatbike pic thread-img_0388.jpg

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    Ooh ooooh so much fun


    My first fattie

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    What frame is this?

    Quote Originally Posted by Testmule View Post
    Put my winter fatty together yesterday. Bud, Lou, and new frame. Looked pretty, but not for long. The only reason it didn't look too muddy after the 2 hr ride was because of the stream I had to ride through. Need some snow here is Southern Ontario.Click image for larger version. 

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    Riding Fat and still just as fast as I never was.

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    What kind of frame?

    Quote Originally Posted by Testmule View Post
    Put my winter fatty together yesterday. Bud, Lou, and new frame. Looked pretty, but not for long. The only reason it didn't look too muddy after the 2 hr ride was because of the stream I had to ride through. Need some snow here is Southern Ontario.Click image for larger version. 

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    A few from today. I did a group ride on my RIP9 this morning and just had a jones to get out on the Fatty this afternoon. It certainly wasn't because I didn't get a workout this morning!

    I decided this would be a picture ride.

    A little rock crawling:


    Off camber? No problemo:


    A wide skinny, but look how much of my front tire is OFF the log:


    More rock crawling:


    Now this is a skinny skinny:


    Corner lean, oh yeah:


    Not super fantastic biking shot, but the ledges at this park are very cool:


    A little more rock crawling:


    ...the fall color is still hanging on, though sometimes that "hanging on" is more of a decomposing thing:
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    Sorry for not explaining. It's my own design carbon frame. I used to build ti frames 20 years ago but could never find an insurance carrier, so I stopped.
    Got interested in fatties when I saw the first Pugsley when they first came out, but didn't get around to building one until this year. This is my second frame and I wanted to go with 5" tires.
    Not going to do anything commercial considering the liability (thank-you to all the diligent lawyers) but am sure enjoying the bike, and couldn't believe the difference over the Nates on my summer ride.

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    sell me one as a lawn ornament, what i do with it is on me

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    Quote Originally Posted by liquidboarder2k4 View Post
    sell me one as a lawn ornament, what i do with it is on me
    Believe me, lots of people have asked. It isn't as hard to make a carbon frame as people think. Shape the tubes from foam, wrap with carbon, soak with epoxy resin, vacuum bag, cut tube ends and encase a bottom bracket shell, and head tube shell and wrap the joint in a fixture.
    Takes at least thirty hours to build, and it ended around 3.5 lbs

    There are lots of really nice carbon fat frames coming out now, they just aren't made in North America, which is another thing that bugs me, right after lawyers. Can I say that?http://ficdn.mtbr.com/images/smilies/smile5.gif
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    Quote Originally Posted by Testmule View Post
    Believe me, lots of people have asked. It isn't as hard to make a carbon frame as people think. Shape the tubes from foam, wrap with carbon, soak with epoxy resin, vacuum bag, cut tube ends and encase a bottom bracket shell, and head tube shell and wrap the joint in a fixture.
    Takes at least thirty hours to build, and it ended around 3.5 lbs

    There are lots of really nice carbon fat frames coming out now, they just aren't made in North America, which is another thing that bugs me, right after lawyers. Can I say that?
    I think I asked you once, but where are you in S. Ont.?
    If nothing else I'd love to drop by and buy you a few for building that!
    I'm TO based but rode from Thunder Bay to Toronto last year for United Way, so no stranger to inter-city riding for the heck of it!

    Kudos for a helluva homebuild!
    If steel is real then aluminium is supercallafragiliniun!

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