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  1. #976
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    Quote Originally Posted by veloborealis View Post

    Say, could someone tell me how to place text under each photo as a caption?
    First, nice shots!

    As to the captions, instead of uploading/attaching the pics to the post, you need to host them elsewhere (Photobucket/Picasa/Flickr/etc.), then post the links in IMG tags. You can then sprinkle captions among the IMG tags. Try looking at a quote of a post with captioned pics (like one of coastkid's posts) as a guide. HTH.
    Let the market decide!

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    What kind of grips/barplugs are those ?
    I am looking for a pair like them to match my DK pedals and DaBomb headset, but can't find them.
    A local chopper/cruiserbikeshop had them (or similair ones) , but don't sell them any longer...

    Tnx in advance !

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    Went exploring some trails unkown to me on the Pugs just before the heavy rains came yesterday.

    Thanks for the year-round fat inspiration, all!

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    Quote Originally Posted by veloborealis View Post
    Say, could someone tell me how to place text under each photo as a caption?
    press enter for lines between images
    Daily fatbike pic thread-how2.jpg

    and type what you want
    Daily fatbike pic thread-beaverpond.jpg

    to say for each
    Daily fatbike pic thread-fatty.jpg

    hope this helps
    (I miss snow)
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    wheelies, beyond being the best way over any sort of obstacle, both above or below, are are the steedliest expresstion of joy

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    Quote Originally Posted by alaskairhog View Post

    Here's my new toy! I've taken in out a couple times and love the grip and climbing ability of these tires!
    I really like that fatbike frame. But what's up with the ape hangers on the Cannondale?
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    Thanks MiniTrail. Helps a lot.

    We'll have the part ways on "missing snow." seven months of it is enough for me. I'll be ready for it when it comes, say around October.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mountain Cycle Shawn View Post
    I really like that fatbike frame. But what's up with the ape hangers on the Cannondale?
    I think the 907 frame is orange is awesome!
    The reason I have those bars on the lefty is because it's my commuter/all mountain bike. I ride my bike to work everyday and I prefer a much higher bar than most people. Usualy I would use a riser but the longer sterring tube for the leftys are $80+ and don't give the amount of rise I want, also no one carries them locally. So I spent $35 instead for these bars that have a huge rise in them and it set my grips right where I like them. I know they're funny looking but I'm much more comfortable and I don't have any problems with handling with the level of riding I do. Mostly easy single track riding with a few paved trails on my commute and when out on the downhill single tracks I haven't noticed any problems even on the advanced trails. I guess I'm used to it.

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    It was a great ride. The light was incredible. I thought the shots came out pretty good considering the cheap point-n-shoot camera and the clueless photographer. Glad you liked them. And thanks for the pointers.

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    Night ride.

    Endo' on the rear is fun in the mud (glad I used the Fatback platform pedals)—lots of foot-down, moto action on some of those corners...

    Fatback: Muddin'

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    Quote Originally Posted by veloborealis View Post
    Thanks MiniTrail. Helps a lot.

    We'll have the part ways on "missing snow." seven months of it is enough for me. I'll be ready for it when it comes, say around October.
    just added a little visual to what utabintarbo posted

    it should go without saying I'm jealous of your ride...
    Quote Originally Posted by davidarnott
    wheelies, beyond being the best way over any sort of obstacle, both above or below, are are the steedliest expresstion of joy

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    Two Fat Family

    I took these about a month ago before all the rains brought out the foliage.

    The Pardner's Fat -- demo saddle...still dialing in.
    WD's Fatback

    My Fat -- this spot is tough to get to now due to tree and brush growth.
    Graffiti near Brownie Lake

    Just so you don't think it's all graffiti in the city -- actually, in the upper part of the below shot, there's a fence with a paved trail high on the other side. The fence sits atop a concrete retaining wall -- grafitti is just to the left of this shot. I did a hike-a-bike to get up there back in early May. Now the hill is clogged with brush, mosquitoes, ticks....
    Brownie Lake

    -OB

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    "Hey Car, how's it goin?"

    . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

    Hey car, how's it goin'?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mangoman View Post
    "Hey Car, how's it goin?"
    MM, I've loved all of your bikes, but this one is just about perfect. How did you convince yourself to sell the rest of them for this beaut?

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    mango add that to this thread. It will fit in just fine

    The Abandoned Vehicle Thread
    Quote Originally Posted by davidarnott
    wheelies, beyond being the best way over any sort of obstacle, both above or below, are are the steedliest expresstion of joy

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    Quote Originally Posted by vaultbrad View Post
    MM, I've loved all of your bikes, but this one is just about perfect. How did you convince yourself to sell the rest of them for this beaut?
    Sold 'em all out of necessity to fund this one. A philosophical sorta shift, too: trying to simplify my life in every way. Even bicycles.


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    20 miles of Fat tire fun!!! 6-28-2011




    Peace

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    Somewhere in Siberia...














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    Mountain Bike Prom - 2011
    Mi amigo, Ernie at Mountain Bike Prom, last night

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    Gomez, doesn't the Pugs deserve a bowtie also?!?

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    Off Season Riding in "Bush" Alaska...

    I bought my Mukluk in May so that I might join a friend of mine on the Susitna 100 next year. I did not realize I would ride it so much even before the snow flies. Here are some pics from near Aleknagik, Alaska where firm tundra and old roads from a long-gone cinnabar mine make off-season riding possible...
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    This is, without doubt, and in my most-correct opinion, the premier thread in all of MTBR. All of this Siberian/Alaskan/Wildernessy riding is making me tres jealous. Many props to all of you for having too much fun!

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    Scotland too


    2011 Roadtrip by coastkid71, on Flickr


    2011 Roadtrip; card 1 255 by coastkid71, on Flickr


    2011 Roadtrip by coastkid71, on Flickr
    plan it...build it....ride it...love it....
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    It really is an EPIC thread
    A Fatback'd Lefty for who life IS a Beach

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    Of course Scotland, too. My favorite place on this big round rock.

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