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    Some pics from this spring/early summer... not fully fat, but fat nonetheless.

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    Poor Man's Pug (a "plump" Surly 1x1 w/ frame mods for gears):



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    PugsintheWoods

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    nice evening 25 mile ride through local woods here in Nottingham UK


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    Rode down to the river and took a break in my hammock.


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    Alfine'd the pug and rode my first non-winter miles on it this last week.



    LOVE this setup and now just need to figure out an enclosure for the chain so it doesn't get ruined real quick like it did last year. It's good to be fat again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FTMN View Post
    Some pics from this spring/early summer... not fully fat, but fat nonetheless.

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    Poor Man's Pug (a "plump" Surly 1x1 w/ frame mods for gears):


    whats up with the hookworm? i would never use one for off road. will post pics of my fat tire ride except i dont have 2 wheels

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    Sunset with the Pugster......
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    Quote Originally Posted by knoxuni View Post
    whats up with the hookworm? i would never use one for off road. will post pics of my fat tire ride except i dont have 2 wheels
    If you are a ballsy enough rider, they will do fine. I did a rather large off road ride with lots of steep climbs on my Surly 1x1 (the 2009 Anniversary Edition) with a 32x20 singlespeed setup, running Large Marge rims front and rear (26"x2.5" up front, 24"x2.5" back) shod with a 26"x2.5" Maxxis Hookworm up front and a 24"x3.45" 3GBikes Hoggy-G out back. On the corners one has to use discretion, and usually do it with the inside foot dragging the ground when at speed. I donít regularly run such a setup however, I had just done a few rides on it to check it out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by knoxuni View Post
    whats up with the hookworm? i would never use one for off road. will post pics of my fat tire ride except i dont have 2 wheels
    Depends on the trail. A lot of the trails I ride are relatively flat and have soils that are so compact they ride like tarmac. As long as there isn't a lot of loose over hardpack conditions the Hookworms work just fine... plus they make riding the pavement to the trail that much easier.

    If I was riding a trail with more hills and/or loose conditions, I'd probably ride a different bike. That said, I just installed a Vredestein Black Panther in back to see how it rides. I figure it should compliment the Endo up front nicely.

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    Hauling driftwood with the pugsley and FAT BOB Trailer...

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    then some firewood...

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    plan it...build it....ride it...love it....
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    Dang...I want a Fat Bob trailer. Bad.

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    just this past winter, Dallas TX.,,,,, yes, texas!
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    fat bike ~ wheat field
    fat bike ~ wheat field

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    ^Yup

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    Today's ride.... 27 miles of gravel and wind just to check out a muddy B road.








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    That`s the only problem with a white Pug....... tends to show the Mud a bit

    Looks like you would benefit from an IGH Mojoe !
    A Fatback'd Lefty for who life IS a Beach

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    Here's my new toy! I've taken in out a couple times and love the grip and climbing ability of these tires!

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    A large number of Fatties on the 2010 Simpson Desert Cycle Challenge (ironically, the Great Victoria Desert Cycle Challenge as the Simpson was flooded).
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    Blimey, white lycra in bulldust.

    Bet it's a nice pinky brown now
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    Quote Originally Posted by Velobike View Post
    Blimey, white lycra in bulldust.

    Bet it's a nice pinky brown now
    I was thinking the same when I saw that pic.

    Great minds, etc.
    Let the market decide!

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    Quote Originally Posted by cowboygrrl View Post
    Sunset with the Pugster......
    What rack is that you have the pugs on?

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    Completely redid my drivetrain today finally. My old chain can't even be measured on my Park Chain Checker.. goes past 100% Haha.

    e.Thirteen 33t Guide Ring
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    My old cassette and chain are supposed to be silver! Winter and Spring mud have made it completely black.

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    Arctic Creek - Cripple R. Solstice Ride

    This is the second year I've done this 44-mile loop around the time of the summer solstice. This year it was June 18-19th - Sunset 1:46 am, sunrise 4:19am. I left around 11 pm to ensure I was at the high point approx. at sunset. Got back home just after sunrise, six hours later. I picked June 18th because there was a minus tide for good beach cruising on the way back at about 2:30 am, plus the forecaste of a tailwind for the last 13 sandy miles. It's nice when a ride goes according to plan. This is my favorite longer Nome-area loop: approx 20 miles of maintained gravel road, 11 miles of rough double track and stream crossings, and 13 miles of beach. No bears this year, but I did see a baby seal on the beach. I was too slow to get photo, so had to settle for his tracks. The unrecognizable black dot on the water is the seal. The buildings belong to the GPAA Cripple River mining camps, a tourist operation. The old dredge was abandoned in the late 80s. I used to work on it occasionally as a summer job to pay for college. Cheers

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