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    What we did before work today...
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    Last week, exploring some of the flooding we got in Chicagoland. I think the river might have been angry. This is almost 1/4 mile from the actual river.



    The sign reads "Cermak Family Aquatic Center". Indeed.
    The birds seem pretty content with the flooding.
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    What I did because I didn't work today.


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    Coffee break on the ’Red track’ in Hareskov
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    Daily fatbike pic thread

    Potawatomi trail in Pinckney State Park MI.
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    i got those from the fine folks at big o manufacturing, they fit real nice and there super tuff :-)

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    Mods please delete this message. Have this on another thread.BR Teddy
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    I did a day trip to Hailuoto island (close to Oulu Finland). There is nice beaches for fatbike riding.

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    Hey;

    The Fleet. Spring tire swap complete. Humvee gets the 27TPI Nates for monster truck hauling. Kroozer gets the lightweight HuDus with a change to Q-Tube Extremes. 3lb+ weight loss? The Humvee was out last evening transporting the goods for some spring trail work. The Kroozer was flogged on the rock infested trails at Chenango Valley State Park today. It's great having choices!

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    'Twas a bit muddy today with the Stryper Pugs.Daily fatbike pic thread-482589_10151417312621313_837092975_n.jpg

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    Got out before work, supposed to get a foot of snow today...



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    My Fatty and Skinny ... It's funny how fragile and scrawny that 26" X 2.2" looks.

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    Hi there !
    It's my first post here, So I hope it will be OK for the pictures and that you will like them...
    As I am new on this forum it's also a small presentation, I ride my Mukluk2 since the beginning of the year and theses pictures were taken during a 5 days trip (270 km and 5500m of climbing).
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    Vive!

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    and my Black Sheep Highlight half-phat from last month
    Curt Gowdy, Stone Temple trail
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    A shot from a few weeks ago.



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    My newly re-done Pugsley. I haven't had chance to ride it proper yet, but it sure does look nice!
















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    Quote Originally Posted by crashtestdummy View Post
    Spring.

    nice post.
    I'm covered in beer.

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    Hey Ultra;

    Looks trim & sanitary! What kind of grips are those? They look comfy.
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    Re: Daily fatbike pic thread

    ^ Thanks. I believe they're Lizardskin Northpaws.

    Took her out for her maiden voyage yesterday. Great success! The IGH performed very well, the instant shifts are great. Marge Lites took a few hits, and are none worse for the wear.



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    Ahhh...

    Lizard Skin NorthSHORE. Look even better than the all time classic Oury. I always wondered if the Alfine would take trail bike abuse, but I have to admit with all the drive line issues I've been having, an IGH sounds like a nice idea.
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    A great cycle last week down the banks of the Tyne River, South East Scotland.

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    Did a fun little road trip this past weekend. Jungle Habitat is a long defunct wildlife safari park in northern NJ that's now a state park. Totally undeveloped, but has a great trail network built mostly by mountain bikers. It has some truly rocky technical terrain interspersed with some remnants of the old safari park.
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    I want to go there!

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    My Pugs met a Krampus. I have to say, that it was quite a different beast. Fast and agile

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    The original sign could well still apply

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    Yesterday in the Dandenongs, Melbourne, Oz.

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    Morning Commute

    I took my first non-snow fatbike ride today. Traction galore!
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    The snow is starting to melt... again. Which means it will snow again! Every time the trails are almost clear it snows. I'm hoping we are over it for now.



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    Re: Daily fatbike pic thread

    couple of pics from today's ride and a couple of new decals i applied on my fatty 1st in white where they was a gap from not drilling through the rim seam 2nd where it needed a bit more orange on back end no getting away from fatty now ,
    also i put some stans in my tubes having had a couple of punctures and noticed the ntyre was deflating when i had only done 4 miles so i pumped back up and turned bike on side and spun the wheels just in case it was a side puncture or nip and hey presto 21 miles later still at same pressure ,,,must of worked so see how long i go now without a puncture

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    Wasn't sure if I'd like the pug SS, but I gave it a shot and alas, I love it! I like my other bikes SS so why not the pug? For my purposes SS won't limit me. Kept the shifter/derailer/cable/housing together as a unit so I can do quick changes if the urge strikes.

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    Orange and Moonlander.

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    finally got my photodisc with pics from last month at sea otter. here is one of me on the muk having a blast
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    Yes.. It's Autumn down under.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Levi707 View Post
    finally got my photodisc with pics from last month at sea otter. here is one of me on the muk having a blast
    Nice!
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    Icefishing with fatbike

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    Quote Originally Posted by pilot5 View Post
    Icefishing with fatbike
    Did you catch dinner?

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    A few from last weekends Kona 24h, we put a 4 man team in this year.







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    The sun came out after some fresh slushy snow.


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    First post... figure its worth getting involved in the community

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    Here is my beloved Pugsley 'Cousteau' last week out touring around Hood Canal in WA... he has been through nearly 2k miles since picking him up last July and I couldn't be much happier with him... Currently he is in pieces getting a full re-tuning!
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    Re: Daily fatbike pic thread

    few hours ride before dark
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    Mukluk Ti by DanielKHB, on Flickr


    Mukluk Ti Macro Front by DanielKHB, on Flickr

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    epic thread
    makes me want to build one!
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    Fatback on the podium

    First time I've ever taken 1st place in a bike race, took home a first place pint glass last Sunday. There were just two of us that entered the fatbike class, both of us on Fatbacks. I shot some videos and stills off the back of my saddle from my Go Pro Black. Unfortunately I was the only one that finished. Halfway through the ~20 mile race I got a thorn in my back tire, lost 4 lbs of tire pressure before the Stans sealed the tube. Never flatted or dented the rim.

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    Yesterdays ride with Sverre. He bought his ratrodified Krampus.




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    Quote Originally Posted by C. Alshus View Post
    Yesterdays ride with Sverre. He bought his ratrodified Krampus.
    Gnar!
    What's that maneuver in the last photo?

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    On top

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    Quote Originally Posted by SmooveP View Post
    Gnar!
    What's that maneuver in the last photo?
    He was coasting along, but got too close the asphalt...

    Here he rode in Denmark during easter.


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    Todays ride. Sverre was still on his Krampus. Wet, super slippy and even more techy terrain than yesterday.

    On the start of Vettakollen.




    Mud bogging


    Lunar 1.


    Self service of home baked goodness. We brought scones and coffee ourself.






    Equals 47F










    It became too misty for photos.


    Beer in the shower.

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    Wow. Some nice looking woods you have over there.
    Must be a fun combo with those roots + mud.
    Good choice of beer, too!

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    Some spring flowers near Pittsburgh, PA






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    fat beach

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    Quote Originally Posted by Code Runner View Post
    Cool photo. I love the light. I just wish it were rotated so I could use it as wallpaper.

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    I love all the snow and mountain pics. I'm envious because I miss them so. That said, perhaps some pics from the sub-tropics will help provide a little contrast.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Code Runner View Post
    That's a money shot!

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    Fat biking along north coast of Brittany (France) : La côte de granit rose.









    French. In France .Near Paris. Yes, really.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hbourj View Post
    Fat biking along north coast of Brittany (France) : La côte de granit rose.
    Bien fait, monsieur!
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    New Camera, new trail

    Picked up a new camera, a Canon EOS M. Headed out yesterday on a MTB trail I've never ridden yet:


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    Lovely pics, guys.

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    Old Fall River Road RMNP


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    Code Runner,

    Awesome picture! Where was that taken?

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    Awesome picture! Where was that taken?
    On the top of Jacob's Ladder, Draper, Utah

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    [QUOTE=ozzybmx;10390280]

    Ozzy - is that the Great Ocean Road? Is riding permitted on the beaches there?

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    Steve, its a local beach in South Aus.... Maslins nudist beach to be exact

    As fatbiking is brand new here there are no laws "so far" about riding bikes on beaches.... if you can walk on them you can ride a bike. If a zone is fenced off for Conservation there no access to anyone.
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    Bars are a little too wide...





    And I can only wheelie and turn the bars at an angle to ride through narrow gaps in my dreams.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ozzybmx View Post
    Steve, its a local beach in South Aus.... Maslins nudist beach to be exact

    As fatbiking is brand new here there are no laws "so far" about riding bikes on beaches.... if you can walk on them you can ride a bike. If a zone is fenced off for Conservation there no access to anyone.
    Priceless: "if you can walk on them you can ride a bike" Didn't realize the cliffs typical to the Great Australian Bight were that close to Adelaide. I never went that far south from downtown Adelaide. Great pics.

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    Im surprised there no bark missing from those trees, every tight tree gap here has a chunk missing from both trees at handlebar height
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    Yesterday in Fredrikstad, 60 miles south of Oslo.
    We start off with a picture from Fredrikstad Fortress constructed between 1663-1666.


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    Sten on the area nicknamed The Funbox.


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    The stone stairs.


    Ole Henrik on the direct line for the very first time on a fatbike. Watch i HD.








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    WOW! Impressive job clearing those rickety steep stairs!!!
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    Im surprised there no bark missing from those trees, every tight tree gap here has a chunk missing from both trees at handlebar height
    There were some chunks of bark missing as well as some pretty good scars that had healed on both trees.

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    Rode out today to the mouth of the mighty Murray River, 48km return ride with 280m of elevation on soft sand.... legs feel like 100km with 2000m of elevation


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    Quote Originally Posted by ozzybmx View Post
    Rode out today to the mouth of the mighty Murray River, 48km return ride with 280m of elevation on soft sand.... legs feel like 100km with 2000m of elevation
    I'm envious.

    When I was kid growing up in the middle of African bush, I had a book about a voyage down the Murray. It then became an ambition of mine to actually do it.

    Somehow I've never got round to it...
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    Springtime in Alaska...

    Doesn't feel much like spring. Not this year anyway. Not in Nome. High of 18 today (20 degrees BELOW normal) and snow off and on in the forecast all week. On the bright side, fresh snow gave me chance to test the new On One Floaters. Very good all around tire - better rear traction than HuDu, Endo and Larry, and fewer washouts up front than anything I've used before (the aforementioned three plus Nate). Going to be awesome summer trail tires. Roll decently on the road, too. I can see using them year round with little downside and the price is great!
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    Daily fatbike pic thread

    Got my first chance today since New Years Day to ride my Muk on anything other than a quick ride around a lake in the neighborhood with the family. Life has it's way of keeping you busy with priorities (been insanely busy helping move my Dad to the city from the farm after my mom passed away), and as such, I haven't had time to do much of anything but work sleep eat and help my Dad.

    My Muk has been sitting there in the garage waiting for me, it's last ride in a couple of inches of snow on New Years Day.

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    Late today, about an hour before dusk I had just enough time to load the Muk up and go to the brand spankin' new single track (Air Capital Memorial Park) just a mile or so from my house. This track is so new that today was its grand opening. I did have a bit of time to help with its construction on some cold days when I couldn't do much else which was a first for me. Great experience.

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    I stayed off the technical sections as my skills never have been very good and given I haven't ridden hardly at all in nearly 6 months it would have only magnified my laughably weak capabilities.

    At any rate, the Muk was an absolute pleasure to ride, with the big fat tires and their gobs of traction helping me stay upright, climbing up all the hills on the track with no problem. The tires natural ability to build momentum on short downhills carried the speed from one turn to the next. The tires were aired up at about 10psi which worked well, soaking up all the bumps, and making up for my poor line choice in the corners.

    I could go on but I'm preaching to the choir. You all already know the virtues of going Fat.

    It's been a couple of hours since I left the track and I'm still smiling. I think that says it all.

    Can't wait to get on and ride it again.
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    I broke my thumb riding bmx and haven't ridden ay bikes in a few days. Today I went for quick ride on the fatbike, it's hard to ride trails when you can't use your left thumb! Snapped a few pics of the bike.

    I've begun to understand why most fat frames have a lowered toptube. My man parts just about clear the tt when standing on flat ground, I can see what will happen when I lose my balance and step off the beaten trail in snow. Well, at least I have plenty of room for a frame bag.






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    Urban Beach Riding

    Went exploring down the banks of the Thames River in the center of London and had a blast, Canary Wharf in the background!


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    Nice DJ, i dont know how you resist fitting up those bud'n'lou you have.... though you will notice a little bit more rolling resistance when you do.
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    No Snow In The 50

    Well, on the volcanos we do, but what we have in abundance is beach sand and mud, and tropical single track that ribbons it's way through the kind of scenery that steals your breath as surely as the steepest climb.

    This is the start of Maunawili Trail, a ten mile meander along the base of the Koʻolaus that rewards the intrepid with views of the Koʻolaupoko watershed and occasional glimpses of the 'nalo side's impossiblly blue green water.

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    Maunawili Trail Pix

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    One of many stream bed crossings.

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    Cool-blue Rhythm C. Alsush and Sverrre

    Awesome photos!! I am wondering if you are able to give a brief comparison of the Krampus vs. the Moonlander??? I was also curious what amount of drop you are using on the gravity droppers for the Moonlander and Krampus. My friend and I currently ride 907s and other friends in the ride group are considering the Krampus. They currently are dedicated to their 29er hardtails despite our best efforts to convert them to the phat side! I am considering the Krampus as a backup to my fat bike but, at the same time, had considered just getting another fat bike as more options (cheaper, I hope) become available. Thanks,
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    Quote Originally Posted by ozzybmx View Post
    Nice DJ, i dont know how you resist fitting up those bud'n'lou you have.... though you will notice a little bit more rolling resistance when you do.
    Because most of my riding is on the beach or around town I've left the BFL's on but I hope to get up to the snow soon so I will fit my Bud/Lou's then.. I'm sure once they're on they'll stay on..

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    Well...

    I'd say if you riding hard surfaces a lot, it only makes sense to save the mondo expensive knobbies for their intended terrain, and run something else to wear out on tarmac or rock, especially if we are talking HuDus.
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    They actually wear very well, I have no noticeable wear on my tyres yet. My HuDu's are a different matter.
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