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    Quote Originally Posted by Rabies010 View Post
    yeah, but later on i made it sleep on the sofa cause it was stealing the blanket.
    Say, what's the top-tube bag you have there? Looks swell.

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    I think some of the preference for grip shifters is that they don't tend to turn slugish when it gets to 20 below or less. Triggers can (mine -oldish XTs do). It always sux waiting for the shift to take.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mudgician View Post
    Say, what's the top-tube bag you have there? Looks swell.
    Thank's

    It's one from Buggybags.
    Read about it in THIS post or theBikepacking gear bags - who makes 'em? thread

    Quote Originally Posted by blockphi View Post
    I think some of the preference for grip shifters is that they don't tend to turn slugish when it gets to 20 below or less. Triggers can (mine -oldish XTs do). It always sux waiting for the shift to take.
    I have a Rohloff hub, so i have no other option than a grip-shifter...
    But i waiting for the day they will come up with an XTR style trigger-shifter !

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    gaston lagaffe?? awesome!
    If steel is real then aluminium is supercallafragiliniun!

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    Quote Originally Posted by byknuts View Post
    gaston lagaffe?? awesome!

    In dutch it is Guust Flater.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rabies010 View Post
    On monday i went to Brussel (Belgium) to see a Primus concert, and i though it would be a nice idea to take the Pugs with me on the train and see a bit more of Brussel.
    Wow! Primus and fatbiking in the same sentence! I approve!

    I had no idea my local boys were touring in Belgium right now.
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    They are on a European tour.
    And it's the perfect riding music if you ask me.

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    The Muk on the way to the beach!
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    Daily fatbike pic thread-37.jpg

    From Wednesday's ride.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shark View Post
    Ride from last week (WOW, action shot!!! I know, scary huh? I actually got to ride with someone for a change haha). French Lick IN. Well worth it if you're ever in the area.
    Nice action shot!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Velobike View Post
    Let's start showing where we take our bikes.
    Around the neighborhood to get a taste of the squishy fat front a few days ago:

    "Keep your burgers lean and your tires fat." -h.d. | bikecentric | ssoft

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drevil View Post

    Around the neighborhood to get a taste of the squishy fat front
    Ride report/impressions please.

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    IMG_4331 by mbeganyi, on Flickr

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    Broken Top

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    Not mine but guy I road with just got his new bike last night when we hit up the after party at the bike shop.

    That is the Carver fork.
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    44 Big Boy - Test Build

    Not all final component spec naturally - build check before paint:

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    Waiting for the rain to pass.


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    Fortyfour: pretty! I vote: clear coat that thing.
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    Still snowing in Anchorage!

    Three of us hit the trails on the Anchorage Hillside during snowfall that led to setting a new record for snow accumulation. Anchorage has now hit almost 134 inches for the season, the most recorded since stats started. While most of the lower 48 seemed to not have any snow or winter, we got tons!

    SuperBlinky on Queen Bee Loop




    And AKtay49 right behind.


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    Amazing day on the lake yesterday: Green Eyes | Mrs. North of 60
    There is plenty of snow biking left here.


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    Crossing the Lake by sierravdm, on Flickr

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    Great pictures. Here in London we're riding dry dusty trails!
    If you need me I'll be at the bar

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drew Diller View Post
    Fortyfour: pretty! I vote: clear coat that thing.
    SECOND: That looks hawt the way it is.

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    Paint choices

    It would indeed - looking into some anti corrosion treatments. It will most likely be either wet black with gold badges, or candy red with silver badges. Just out of curiosity-I removed the remaining mill finish on the DT. More here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EndoRando View Post
    ...Anchorage has now hit almost 134 inches for the season, the most recorded since stats started....
    I think the rest of us now know who stole our snow this year...
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