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    No snow in Va but no complaints either.
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    apbtlvr nice pics mate . What breed is your Dog ?

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    Great pictures apbtlvr. First one looks like a river, is that the Potomac?

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    @ Scott571: Ruby is a American Pit Bull Terrier (Red Nose) from Bryant's Red Devils out of White Ga. She has a blast following me on the bike. Loves to swim too as she jumped right in after taking that photo.

    @shoo: Right you are about the Potomac. There are plenty of trails along the banks which makes for great riding, especially with the dog. The greenback has been outstanding for exploring trails along the river.
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    Thanks apbtlvr. Looks like Ruby is happy you got greenback.

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    @shoo: Right you are about the Potomac. There are plenty of trails along the banks which makes for great riding, especially with the dog. The greenback has been outstanding for exploring trails along the river.
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    Hey Silversurfer, nice pics. How did you find the ride at 6700? Was it hard or are you use to such elevations?

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    Great ride. Spent some time on snowmobile trails, making first tracks, and cruising on the frozen ocean.
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    Some pic's from this winter (so far) that were hanging out in my camera...

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    Thawin' out in the valley (dang it!)
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    "Hey Silversurfer, nice pics. How did you find the ride at 6700? Was it hard or are you use to such elevations?"

    I'm only a 30 minute drive from Canmore in the Rockies so we are pretty high anyway. The air was very dry up there so it was a little challenging. I ride Highwood Pass a lot in the spring and summer on the road and thats one of the highest roads in Canada I believe. It is a great work out riding in snow anyway but throw in the elevation…it keeps my fat off in the winter.
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    Or you could just say, “Dude, I’m high all the time—it’s a way of life.”

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    Just stumbled upon a few pics from way back in 2006, this is Shaggy on his first fatbike :-)




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    The Pug that was featured back in STW issue 26

    And for some got the ball rolling...

    wonder who has it now?
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    OK marlonbostik, I'll display my ignorance.....what the heck are those disks on your front wheel?

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    2006, wow.

    Yeah, that was the Ison demo bike that was in Singletrack. I borrowed it, then bought another purple Pugs not long after. Like you say, got the ball rolling...

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    Quote Originally Posted by marlonbostik View Post
    What's going on with this big hub? E-motor?
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    In the dark. Literally. Metaphorically.

    We had to go deaper into the woods, but we did manage to find some snow. Score.
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    A beautiful day for arroyo riding.
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    We did an 8 hour, 110km ride today on the Old Dawson Trail, also part of the Yukon Quest sled dog race currently underway. Slow trail and not much sun but on the bright side it was quite warm.


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    Yes, it is a hub motor in the front wheel. Just been build, not really propely tested yet. Seems like there is a lots of torque in it.

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    a few pics from todays ride on an old USAF airbase





    was a bit chilli, is that why they called it the cold war

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    Friday along the Milwaukee River

    Basically stock Pug with iPhone camera - not mikesee, but he provides a heck of a lot of inspiration...
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    Summit County in wildernest above Silverthorne, Co.

    Only my third ride on my new Fatback build. Our condo sits around 9,300' elevation. I rode to the top of the road ( another 200-300' or so) then jumped onto some of the local trails and rode down to I-70. Then I unred around and climbed ( most of it) back. Short ride at 2.25hrs..but my legs were toast.

    Snow pack was about 2' off trail in the woods (as I found out the hard way) but the BFL's stayed on top of the snowshoed/ XC ski trail pretty well.

    My first FatBike Daily pic reply on a old Canon SD600 camera. It didn't happen this ride, but most hikes we get to see some long legged monsters!
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    Just another Sunday ride.



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    marlonbostik

    "Yes, it is a hub motor in the front wheel. Just been build, not really propely tested yet. Seems like there is a lots of torque in it."

    Very interested to hear more about it after you have thoroughly tested it.

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    [QUOTEStubbster; a few pics from todays ride on an old USAF airbase][/QUOTE]

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    Quote Originally Posted by marlonbostik View Post
    Yes, it is a hub motor in the front wheel. Just been build, not really propely tested yet. Seems like there is a lots of torque in it.
    Okay. Exactly why I asked. Did you install a torque arm? I am glad you are using a steel fork.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Drew Diller View Post
    Did you install a torque arm?
    Yes.

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    Lenado

    Today I rode from the sleepy minning town of Lenado Co. to the top of Larkspur Mtn., Koby park. 2500 ft. of climbing in 6.5 miles. They call masturbation "self abuse" but fat biking a sport? Fun solo ride on well packed snowmobile/XC ski trail to a secluded overnight hut. Cant wait to do this ride again and do some exploring. Miles and miles of snowmobile trails here. Total miles about 18, but a hard 18.
    BTW, the snowmobilers where looking at me like I was a complete lunatic!
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    Nice ride! and sweet trails b2b2!

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    From a quick stop along the Anchorage Winter City 50k Ride Yesterday!




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    My girl picked up her fatbike today, and we just got an inch of snow. Not much, but enough to play in!

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    From Sunday's ride, is it the angle or does the Nate make the HuskerDu look small?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dirtrider6 View Post
    From Sunday's ride, is it the angle or does the Nate make the HuskerDu look small?
    Nate's a monster

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    A friend sent me this pic. Not sure where it came from, but its funny!
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    Quote Originally Posted by b2b2 View Post
    A friend sent me this pic. Not sure where it came from, but its funny!

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    Fat tyre envy

    As little bike as possible, as silent as possible.
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    Muk 'n Mud

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    Endo's probably not the best tire for this but I did make it through without stopping.

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    Nice and dirty again.

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