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  1. #6401
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    Future Butt Kicker on The Great Lakes Fat Bike Series

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    Quote Originally Posted by tradera View Post
    Here's a few from our Moab trip. I'm already missing Utah.
    I stayed in the same campground when I was there last year, I really liked it. How was the Mukluk in Moab?

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    hatchers

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    Quote Originally Posted by tradera View Post
    Here's a few from our Moab trip. I'm already missing Utah.
    It's been a few yrs since I rode Porcupine Ridge in Moab. What's the name of this campground? Thanks!

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    Portals RV park I think.

    Portal RV Resort, Moab Utah

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    Right on man, I see you got them tires swapped out!
    two wheel livin'..

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    Puffins Holidays to the West Coast of Scotland

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    Portals is the campground, great place to stay. Pretty centered around the trail heads I was able to ride to both trails leaving the car for the family.

    The muk was on point. I rode a ways up Porcupine then back down one day and rode slick rock another, very cool trail. But people really stare at a snow bike in the dessert, especially when you commute to the trails through main street.

    Next time I'm renting a full suspension and doing the "whole enchilada". I just wish Utah was a little closer to Virginia.

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    Cranny Crow Overlook at Lost River State Park in WV.

    Just got the Relevate tangle for Straggler a couple weeks ago and it fits the Pug great, too. Freaking love this bag, fits everything for a longer day trip without having anything on my back.
    Oh noes. I'm going to drink the Kool-Aid.

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    Speed holes! Man was this project ever a time consuming mess. But alls well that ends well:

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    First flat. Had to use regular 26 tube to get home. Worked but lumpy! Pinch flat at 7 psi. Hmmm maybe a fluke I don't want to air up much more. I'm only 150 lbs.




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    i used to get a few flat put slime in tube not had 1 for a year now but did notice when swapping tyres i had 4 thorns sticking through pulled them out looked at tube and u could see the spots off slime .didnt repair them either just put winter tyre on and pumoed up still not gone flat over 2 months lol .so it works

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    Fatbiking high above the Salmon River Idaho today with my Son. Feels great now that the heat has backed off a bit.

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    Old deserted boat caves carved in the rock where fishermen used to store their boats and nets many years ago.



    Bike Bag Dude frame bags are nice and waterproof.

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    Quote Originally Posted by maineCommuter View Post
    Hi Phil,

    How do you like your Surface FB ? I have considered one of their models and I might still order one around November if some of my ideas work out.
    I am absolutely lovin my Surface Element! It's been 4 months now that we've been together and my body is loving the results. The one feature of the bike that I enjoy most is the built-in, bolt-on rear rack. Instead of wearing a backpack on my commutes, I just strap it onto the bike. I did change the stock hand grips to some ergonomic grips and I fully intend to change the chainring from the stock 48t to a 38t. I just have to have a Granny Gear for some of these NYC hills. The bike weighs in at 46.5lbs and is just gorgeous to stare at. If I were to have an issue with the bike, it will be the Brakes. They are not Breaks at all! They are SlowDowns. I have to continually get them adjusted. My LBS said I should upgrade the Brakes....That's about it! I am really lovin this bike! And just wait until I put the White On-One Floaters on those black rims! Oh my!!
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    So many nice sceneries here. This is from yesterday evening in a quite forest in Arvika, Sweden. Inside it feels like autumn slowly creeps closer. Great riding with the fatty in comfortable cool air will soon be here.

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    Beach dunes in Brazil

    We don't have snow here, so it took sometime for even a big brand to bring some models. Me and my friend are the only ones riding this place. Motor vehicles are not permitted.

    As a plus, we frenquently see girls in bikini walking in the dunes. But sorry, no pics of that


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    Damn nice scenery in Sweden!

    Alxnd- looks like a hoot to ride there


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    Since the snow has melted. I have ridden my fatty 3 times. This pic is from ride #3. The final destination, turn around point of the ride from this Saturday. The Arrow Lake cliffs. A 60 km ride with 993 meters of vertical to climb.

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    One barand new Borealis and custom skewer for pulling my B.O.B. Used it on this years archery hunt and love it. No moose this time but what a great time.
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    On the way to a 4th place XC race finish (me on the 32 pound fatty versus the guys on the $7,000 20 pound XC rigs).



    Borealis Echo was unmatchable on the sandy switchbacks, climbs, and descents. Conga lines and a chain drop on the 3rd lap kept me from clinching 3rd place. But, it was fun. It was worth the beer and the picnic afterward.
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    Congrats man!


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    Nice work!

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