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    A couple from last winter aboard my Hunter FFF (Fixed Fat Front):
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    Lighten up.
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    The last shot's my favorite of the bunch.

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    Homer to Anchor point

    There was a storm coming so we made a quick dash to get in a ride before it hit.
    The light was amazing and we had a tail wind the whole way.
    Almost ran over a sleeping sea otter that looked like a rock until it woke up and hissed at us.
    We backed up and let it slink off to the sea.
    The snow line is dropping everyday. Cant wait to hit the trails.
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    Still fall...





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    Bigfoot meets Bigfoot...

    cycling up around Edinburgh on Monday and had to get this pic
    pugsley rolled over the old cobbles on the Royal Mile real smoothly
    plan it...build it....ride it...love it....
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    pugs came along on the biz trip to MN and we rode the river bottom trails last night. totally sweet since the river flooded this summer and dumped a ton of sand on the trails


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    Probably the last we'll see of autumn.





    Taken on the 'Puffer course.

    BTW registration opens for the 'Puffer 24 hour on Friday at 10.00am. Be poised on your computer, the solo entries are likely to go within 5 to 10 minutes. (I want to see a few fatbikes there this year)

    If you're not already registered with Sportident it's a good idea to do it in advance, because while you're filling in the registration the places are all getting filled.

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    Short overnighter write-up on my blog.





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    Quote Originally Posted by Outsider
    Nice set-up!
    So how are you liking the Pugs? You weren't too sure about going down this road initially, as I remember it.
    ps - your blog looks very interesting, I bookmarked it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackCanoeDog
    Nice set-up!
    So how are you liking the Pugs? You weren't too sure about going down this road initially, as I remember it.
    ps - your blog looks very interesting, I bookmarked it!
    I'm liking it very much. It will probably end up my favorite bike beside the Salsa Fargo. Originally i had three goals with the Pugsley and I have the feeling that they all have been achieved:

    1. Snowbike capable of a week long self supported trip in a place like this. This is something I've never doubted, though I have yet to try it in snow. I really look forward to this.

    2. "Stupid bike". This doesn't quite have the same ring in English, but it would be e.g doing a 24H event with it or some longer road events. The Pugsley isn't really stupid at all in terrain, but it has already been talk about taking a group of Pugsleys to a longer road event, which in turn would be stupid.

    3. Week long self supported trip in uneven terrain in the summer. I was uncertain about this, but now I actually think it might be a good idea. In sustainable touring speed, the big tires provide about the same comfort as a 100 mm FS bike. It weighs a lot more, but on the other hand it enables riding without a large backpack, which I'm sure would be worth it for me.
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    There is hope...



    ... for snow next week, though it won't be permanent yet.
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    nice little tease. I felt some flakes on my face last night but it's just white rain. Going to be in the 50s all week

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    I have endless envy for this thread. I wish I had a fraction of the scenery in some of these pictures. Can't wait to start my fat biking adventures next summer. Keep up the pictures!

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    Today there's a dusting of snow on the mountain tops - it won't be long!

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    This morning's ride on the local trails.

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    a couple from today's ride:






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    I posted this in the local forum but I think it also deserves to be posted here.




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    where is that?
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    Quote Originally Posted by SelfPropelledDevo
    where is that?
    Manhattan beach. This stretch of the beach looks a lot better after it rains.

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    Nome roamings

    With several inches of snow on the ground, I spent last weekend roaming around the Nome area on the fatback checking on trail conditions. Not too many slednecks or dog mushers out yet, but trails are slowly emerging. Did some walking and pushing, too. All in all a great weekend on the bike. vb
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    Hope those crosses aren't the remains of fatbikers...
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    Awesome pics!
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    Great pics velo, love that northern sky. Here's some from Great Island on Cape Cod, great mix of beach, elevated bluffs and sandy forest trails.

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