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    Martin,

    Most impressed with your video. What I've found is not only is the ride tiring but stopping and starting, setting up the camera, picking up the bike, and so on, are also quite tiring. keep up the good work.

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    After fitting a new bottom bracket to Pugsley during the week, I had a great mornings ride following a rough track alongside the River South Esk, a route leading up into the Moorfoot Hills.

    The castle in the video is called Hirendean castle, actually a peel-tower, and dates from the 16th Century.

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    Quote Originally Posted by martinsillo
    thanks guys...yeap...quite epic, at least for me ... was a real test for me and my pugs...I made the "mistake" to follow the river intead of taking the "road" where trucks pass...it was fun, but It suck a lot of energy I would need later.

    I´ll take the chance to thanks Brooks! 10 hrs and although in general my body hurts, my butt is amazingly ok!
    Every time I see videos like yours and from coastkid71, I feel the desire to just rack up a few grand on the credit card for a REAL fatbike… in the meantime I have my “almost” fatbike, an 18" Surly 1x1 with 65mm Large Marge, Alfine, and 24"x3" Arrow Racing knobbies. One of these days… it’ll have to be a metallic orange Fatback!
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    Thanks Gary..Leo.

    Love the greenery of that area Gary...cheers!

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    Quote Originally Posted by martinsillo
    thanks guys...yeap...quite epic, at least for me ... was a real test for me and my pugs...I made the "mistake" to follow the river intead of taking the "road" where trucks pass...it was fun, but It suck a lot of energy I would need later.

    I´ll take the chance to thanks Brooks! 10 hrs and although in general my body hurts, my butt is amazingly ok!
    Sure love the scenery in your area... you may have to host a "fat" group ride some day...

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    great films guy`s
    Drew im a big BOC fan
    Gary, i havent been up there before
    Martin, pugdozer is my favourite looking pugsley!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ward
    Sure love the scenery in your area... you may have to host a "fat" group ride some day...
    that would be great...La Huasteca is pretty much a place for a Fat bike....and I haven't done all of it.

    this is what I did on Sunday:

    http://www.mapmyride.com/route/mexic...y/112541463125

    Switch to Satellite mode....zoom out... you can see there is a lot to explore...right now you can't go further than the Dam...but if you see..the path keep going to Cienaga...where Cola de Caballo is:



    Now if on Km.5 you turn to your right I think the possibilities are endless.
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    More Pugsley Porn

    It's been a few days since anyone posted a fat bike video, so I thought I'd keep the thread running...

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    Following a short stretch of the old drove road between Lyne Station and Eddleston, near Peebles, in the Scottish Borders. Music by Kevin MacLeod.

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    Riding the Surly Pugsley along overgrown trails in a commercial conifer plantation near Peebles, in the Scottish Borders.
    Pugsley on Patrol 18 - Dark Path is an alternative experimental edit of this video. Music again by Kevin MacLeod.

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    An experimental re-edit of Pugsley on Patrol 17 - Firebreak Trails, set to a music track called "Digital Bark" by Kevin MacLeod.

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    Quote Originally Posted by martinsillo
    Finally a complete song video!!

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    it wasn't easy to get this, I wasn't prepared for such adventure...it really wasn't as pleasant as it is shown on the vid...pretty much 10 hrs going and back...nothing chewable or enough water on me...I just didn't know it would take that long.
    Amazing Martinsillo!! Probably had to walk back through the river again to get your camera! There are some really great vids in this thread. Many people now getting very creative and mixing off camera and pov footage. Full credit and lots of appreciation to all you guys, I can well imagine the effort and time that goes into making these. Please keep up the good work, so we can all enjoy rides and trails from around the world
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    Quote Originally Posted by martinsillo
    Finally a complete song video!!

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    it wasn't easy to get this, I wasn't prepared for such adventure...it really wasn't as pleasant as it is shown on the vid...pretty much 10 hrs going and back...nothing chewable or enough water on me...I just didn't know it would take that long.
    Nice work. Knowing when to cut, speed it up, change the angle, and say Done is all part of the fun, right? And you nailed all of it. Enjoyed it from start to finish.

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    wow!, thanks guys...I'm trying, I'm trying

    love #17 Gary...specially the mushrooms shots...it reminds me part of the green areas where I lived during my childhood...a visit to Scotland would be great! love the scenery.

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    Fatback beach cruisin

    This was last weekend at Ocean Shores Washington. No major destination on this one, just cruisin' the beach's & etc. around OS.

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    like the wee bit airtime off the blown sand! and the camera going through the dune grass!
    nice film as always Ward

    got a film to edit tonight, terrain i havent seen anyone else riding yet
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    Quote Originally Posted by coastkid71
    like the wee bit airtime off the blown sand! and the camera going through the dune grass!
    nice film as always Ward

    got a film to edit tonight, terrain i havent seen anyone else riding yet
    Thanks CK! The HD cams may have better image quality(in some ways) but our little Tachyons, w/ they're 90 degree field of vision, sure give us a nice view of the scenery and terrain... not as "fish-eyed"or "pushed out" in the distance. Shows the steepness of hills better too. I think Go Pro would benefit from making a not so wide angle version.

    Can't wait to see your new one...
    -Cheers

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    Pt Betsie Lake Michigan Ride

    Winds around 30-35MPH made this ride a bit interesting. I was bummed I could not ride further south because the beach was developed, and the owners put their own breaker walls up to keep people out. That's where the huge dunes and bluffs were

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    Thanks for sharing Steve, love seeing other peoples beaches. Sounds like you need to talk to the new owners about accessing those dunes!

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    Fatback Sunset

    Just a little sunset crusin'...

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    You are killing me here guys...the closest beach I have from here is about 5 to 6 hours by car!..I don't think the wife will be so happy if I tell her we are going to the "beach" and then find out I'm going to be riding the whole time!

    hey Leopold! I think I messed up you Porker thread...I tried to put some code with the pic and apparently no one can post after that..sorry...I think I'll try contact a moderator.
    Edit: Rockcrusher fix it!

    POST #1000 DISCLOSURE

    Ok guys....I've always thought that Post #1000 should be an important post here in the mtbr forums and that we should do something nice on that post..something nice?...well...

    I have been dreaming about an epic ride with my pugs for some time now and really really want to do it...this one in particular will need some planning, hopefully not a lot of money but yet taking the pugs by airplane somewhere else (place to be told on post #1000 ), I know that it'll take me sometime, the wife perhaps will stay here or perhaps she could join me with a Pugs Complete (I would like that).

    I spent to many post on the “Surly 2011 Line” thing and now I'm just 4 posts away from the 1000!... that just means I'll be lurking for long time here...posts 996, 997, 998 and 999 (Edit: due to Rockcrusher fix I now have one more post!) will be used to post some info about the ride...they will be posted on a Thread called "My way to Post #1000" or something like that and then the Ride Report on a new thread with my post #1000. All of them here in the Fat Bikes Forum of course.

    I know it isn't a "super epic impossible" ride, but I know I need to put some extra effort on it to make it happen...somehow posting this and telling you guys I'm going to post the report on my post #1000, obligating me to lurk at the forums not able to post will also help me concentrate on the goal...do the ride and give a nice report from it.

    Well, I hope I can make it this year or at least during the first trimester of 2011.

    I'm going to be posting some usual ride vids at my youtube account...and also will be available via PM.

    See ya later mtbr fellows!

    POST #1000 DISCLOSURE DISCLOSURE

    yeap...this is just another excuse to make me do it!
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    Driving to the beach

    Actually Matinsillo, the beach I just posted was about a 5 hour drive for me, thanks to the "orange barrel brigades" scattered across Michigan's roads I was going up there for a guitar workshop at Interlochen nearby. My wife and I make some shorter trips to Lake Michigan beaches further south, and I have yet to bring the Fatbike except for the one race I do that way where I bring both bikes. Doesn't bother me too much after going to Australia this year WITHOUT my Fatbike. That was a real bummer The Aussie beaches along "The Great Ocean Road" blow away anything I've seen on this side of the pond.

    You could always put on some heavy-duty racks and bags and tell your wife it's for carrying the beach gear

    Nice vids Ward, wish we had some of the wide open areas like you're showing us. Makes me wonder if those 100MM wide rims could tackle the deep fine sand we have along Lake Michigan in the summer, further in from the waterline. On my side of the state my LM rims allow me to get around on what little is around Lake Erie, where the sand is more coarse.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Balogh
    Actually Matinsillo, the beach I just posted was about a 5 hour drive for me, thanks to the "orange barrel brigades" scattered across Michigan's roads I was going up there for a guitar workshop at Interlochen nearby. My wife and I make some shorter trips to Lake Michigan beaches further south, and I have yet to bring the Fatbike except for the one race I do that way where I bring both bikes. Doesn't bother me too much after going to Australia this year WITHOUT my Fatbike. That was a real bummer The Aussie beaches along "The Great Ocean Road" blow away anything I've seen on this side of the pond.

    You could always put on some heavy-duty racks and bags and tell your wife it's for carrying the beach gear

    Nice vids Ward, wish we had some of the wide open areas like you're showing us. Makes me wonder if those 100MM wide rims could tackle the deep fine sand we have along Lake Michigan in the summer, further in from the waterline. On my side of the state my LM rims allow me to get around on what little is around Lake Erie, where the sand is more coarse.
    Thanks Steve, I'm actually five hours inland from our coastal beaches too. Parents bought a place over there several years ago to retire into... but never retired. So I (we) "volenteer" to go over and mow, paint & etc. as much as possible. We also have inland dunes in the desert areas of Washington and lots of volcanic ash & pumic near Mt. St. Helens and plenty of snow in the winter. Spending lots of time on the softer/looser stuff, I deffinately notice the difference in floatation w/ the Hundies... did have some sidewall wear issues when I 1st got 'em, but have worked that all out now. Worth the extra effort to me! My other FB has LM's & a Maverick and it works just fine too. In fact, w/ Larrys mounted, I choose it over my XC bike these days for most of my Mountain & desert riding... It's just so dang fun!! Maybe a little heavier than a reg. mt. bike but the "rollability in the soft, chewed up stuff or etc. balances things out. I keep up fine on everything but long hike-a-bike serctions... then I just get a better work out.

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    harvest time fat fun...

    Not seen anyone else riding this stuff yet,
    another trick up there sleeves is that fatbikes make light work of the Wheat and barley `stubble` as we call it here after the harvest..
    good to just ride where you want as the crow flys so to speak...
    made a film around local fields,
    pics from ride here; http://coastkid.blogspot.com/2010/09...st-biking.html


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    Nice Coast Kid! Love that "crow flies" thing (as per our fat bikes). Lots different than riding a trail... mind & body free to wander. Get it in the dunes, beaches & in the deasert too sometimes. Gota watch it though, been over the bars a couple times now 'cause I was gaukin' around at the scenery and the ft. wheel went in a hole or something...

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    Great video Bruce. Would love to have heard the crunch of those Endomorphs on the stubble.

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    will add the stubble crunching sound to part 2 Gary
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    Sorry if it's been shown before

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    Back on the beach...been neglecting my duties...
    amazing light this evening....

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    I must have a ride on that beach when my bike is ready.
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    Nice video Bruce. Must try that wee path beside those anti-tank blocks at Aberlady. I always feel inspired when I watch your vids!

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    Thanks for sharing CK! Getting me in the mood... headed back over to the coast myself next week. Taking our "All Terrain Wheelchair" (I posted pic's a while back) , my friend that rides in it, and a few friends.... and the FB's of corse! Films of the "Fat Wheelchair" for sure!

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    Autumn sunset beachride...

    made this after work one evening last week...was a stunning sunset...
    not a lot of riding in this film but i think this sums up for me why i love beachriding on my pugsley...
    info on this coastline here; http://coastkid.blogspot.com/2010/10...me-sunset.html

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    Lake Huron Beach Ride

    <iframe src="http://player.vimeo.com/video/15822503" width="800" height="600" frameborder="0"></iframe><p><a href="http://vimeo.com/15822503">2010 Lake Huron Beach Ride</a> from <a href="http://vimeo.com/user3976762">Steven Balogh</a> on <a href="http://vimeo.com">Vimeo</a>.</p>


    This was the ride that was interrupted by the deer rescue I posted a few weeks ago. I thought about filming riding through the small car show, but instead just shot a couple pics of some real nice classics. There were a few too many ordinary cars & pickups entered that looked really out of place in a car show.

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    nice vids Coastkid!
    you need to get a tripod and film some different angles Steve! that lake looks like a lot of fun.

    The Final Post#1000 Disclaimer:
    There won't be no ride...there won't be no new bike...pretty much there won't be any of the bike related stuff I want for this christmas...last night the wife come to me and said "we need to talk.." it wasn't a divorce "we need to talk" talk...
    it was more about our future expenses and goals...at least I was able to negotiate the gps unit I wanted ...hopefully I will get to know some different trails on the state

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    T-Pods

    Quote Originally Posted by martinsillo
    nice vids Coastkid!
    you need to get a tripod and film some different angles Steve! that lake looks like a lot of fun.

    The Final Post#1000 Disclaimer:
    There won't be no ride...there won't be no new bike...pretty much there won't be any of the bike related stuff I want for this christmas...last night the wife come to me and said "we need to talk.." it wasn't a divorce "we need to talk" talk...
    it was more about our future expenses and goals...at least I was able to negotiate the gps unit I wanted ...hopefully I will get to know some different trails on the state
    I actually have 2 tripods and a small Gorilla Pod I used at the end. One tripod is too heavy for bike use but I have a small cheap one I still have to figure a good way of carrying.
    The new Speedway bar I just put on just might accomodate it, or I might be able to rig up an old Camelback without the bladder. I have a good opportunity coming up weather permitting as the season's changing, where I can actually spend time setting up. So far my vids had time constraints, as I also want to enjoy the ride.

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    i posted this film to music back in early summer but still had the original on the PC so thought id upload it with its natural background noise...
    near the end (4mins 45 secs)is a great example of fatbikes making soft sand riding easy

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    @Steve Balogh
    yeap, time contraints...I haven't had the chance to ride since the ride of my last video...which I was pleased to repeat today...not videoing, or fooling around with the pugs...it was just a 6hrs ride, going and back...4 hrs less!

    couple of the few shots I took:


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    Pugsley on Patrol

    I'd like to share just two of my latest videos - don't want to bore everyone too much with all of them.

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    Nice Gary! Can we have too many fat bike movies? Here's my latest... from a few weeks ago. A little Pacific Northwest beach patrol. A regular route of mine on the Washington Coast, never the less, it changes every time. great boost from a tailwind on my way back south this time...
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    Ward,
    Enjoyed your video very much. Those wide rims are just amazing! I won't be posting any Pugsley videos for a while as I've done something to my back/hip when I came to a sudden stop at the weekend on the Pugsley. Thought it best to abstain from riding for a few weeks to let things heal. Keep up the good work.

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    like that tunnel film gary
    we need to get out soon and do a dual ride film
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    Quote Originally Posted by gbuckham
    Ward,
    Enjoyed your video very much. Those wide rims are just amazing! I won't be posting any Pugsley videos for a while as I've done something to my back/hip when I came to a sudden stop at the weekend on the Pugsley. Thought it best to abstain from riding for a few weeks to let things heal. Keep up the good work.

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    Heal fast bro! Maybe an extra ale or two will help... Better yet, hit the Coast Kid up for some of what's in his flask...

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    I hurt my back last week (pulled a muscle) riding Trials, and I rode a normal bike and it helped the muscle heal considerably faster... usually I was limping for a week or two, this time I rode a regular bike a day after I hurt myself, and the next day, then the third day I was good as new.

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    Hope your ok Gary and mend soon...
    some Glenmorangie will indeed ease the pain

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    nice adds guys!
    +1 hoping you get to shot some vids soon Gary!

    here my latest creation...the ride wasn't easy to film due to the elevation changes but here it is some I did messing around with iMovie:

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    Good idea cutting the music and the scenery like that Martin
    still think the Pugsdozer is the best looking Pug out there
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    thanks CK...I wanted to use the first track at the end but wasn't able to edit it that way...I know I'm not using the software on its full capability yet, I think I just need to spend some hours on it someday.

    thanks! I love my Pugs!

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    Yah, nice one Martinsillo! Love seeing the area you ride in. The "fat bike films thread" is building a video library of fat biking around the world... Pretty Cool! CK, Did you ever think it would last this long? Got to be one of the longest running threads on the fatbike site... and over 13000 views (so far), currently surpassing all of our sticky's...

    Cheers guys!

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    Great fatbiking terrain, Martinsillo! Thanks a lot for the video!

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    Great video Martin! I'm so pleased to see that I'm not the only one who has to push, drag or carry their Pugsley up hills. Keep up the good work.

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    Thanks guys...
    +1 on ward's comment, it is great to have such variety...hopefully some lurkers join us here...not everyone is willing to do their own films due to the work involved...but is a great way to share and record those special (sometimes crazy) moments on our bikes.

    Quote Originally Posted by gbuckham
    Great video Martin! I'm so pleased to see that I'm not the only one who has to push, drag or carry their Pugsley up hills. Keep up the good work.
    I'm a master on it Gary! I have a special technique for it too...I grab the upper section of my H-bars and let my chest rest on the handlebars, then I'm actually putting some of my upper section weight (the major part ) on the bike...so...is not all on my legs

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    "¡Ándale! ¡Ándale! ¡Arriba! ¡Arriba!"

    "Mi nombre es La Pugdozer y yo soy el más rápido la grasa o en bicicleta a través de México"!!!!

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    fixed:
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    "Mi nombre es La Pugsdozer y soy la bicicleta gorda más rápida a través de México"!!!!

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    Re-posting this one with different music. Last one was "blocked in some countries" due to one of my song choices. Chose a "legal" tune from AudioSwap this time; "Long Way To Africa" by Mysterious Traveler. Funny how music can change the mood, and "speed" of a film. Which one do you guys like better... Raggae or Brazilian Pop? Last version had the "jitters" sometimes, when I played it anyway. hopefully this one will run a little smoother.
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    WTF! Now the music's not playing at all... any where I've re-posted... Playing fine on my youtube channel. Youtube is gettin' kind of freaky these days. If I can't fix it I'll pull this off.

    OK, there we go...music's playong now. Now our freinds in "other countries" can enjoy...
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    Quote Originally Posted by ward
    Re-posting this one with different music. Last one was "blocked in some countries" due to one of my song choices. Chose a "legal" tune from AudioSwap this time; "Long Way To Africa" by Mysterious Traveler. Funny how music can change the mood, and "speed" of a film. Which one do you guys like better... Raggae or Brazilian Pop? Last version had the "jitters" sometimes, when I played it anyway. hopefully this one will run a little smoother.
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    WTF! Now the music's not playing at all... any where I've re-posted... Playing fine on my youtube channel. Youtube is gettin' kind of freaky these days. If I can't fix it I'll pull this off.

    OK, there we go...music's playong now. Now our freinds in "other countries" can enjoy...

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    November Lake Michigan Bike&Hike

    Last weekend I raced the Iceman MTB race up north. The days before and after I went exploring more of Lake Michigan looking for Fatbike opportunities. First stop was the Silver Lake Sand Dunes where I stopped in the park HQ to ask where I could ride as the dunes are split into pedestrian and ORV sections. Had the DNR officer stumped, he asked to look at my bike, was really amazed by it and said what a great idea it is to make something like that, The ORV section was closed for the season, all I could do was walk the dunes - but could ride from a road access point to the Little Sable Point where the huge lighthouse is. Too bad there's private property in the middle of the dunes and the Point. That beach is pretty nice. Perhaps next season I can put on an "international orange flag" and ride down to the dune's beach. The ORV section can get pretty crowded,

    Then off to Glen Haven and Frankfort. Frankfort was a pretty long ride and looks like it connects to Point Betsie where I rode earlier this year. Either need a low tide or just crawl over the hill with the wooden breakers. Both of these areas are part of the Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore. Glen Haven I just walked, not too much distance plus I'm not sure if accessing is legal by bike where I was.

    <iframe src="http://player.vimeo.com/video/16808914" width="400" height="225" frameborder="0"></iframe><p><a href="http://vimeo.com/16808914">Lake Michigan November Hike & Bike 2010</a> from <a href="http://vimeo.com/user3976762">Steven Balogh</a> on <a href="http://vimeo.com">Vimeo</a>.</p>

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    lovely beach ride Steve...those dunes look awesome to ride! was a shame they didn't let you.

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    Thanks!

    Quote Originally Posted by martinsillo
    lovely beach ride Steve...those dunes look awesome to ride! was a shame they didn't let you.
    Nice thing though, the DNR officer I spoke with really liked the idea of a Fatbike, said with bigger tires that's less impact on trails. He asked me for some info so he could look more into it on the internet. I said look up Fatbike, and Pugsley's are really popular too. I gave him a brief history where these bikes came from. Who know's, maybe they'll be patrolling those dunes next year by bike instead of fat-tired SUV's

    Still more areas for me to check out I haven't tried yet. Ludington has a two mile section of beach that has a cool lighthouse too, easy access for a Fatbike.

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    since snow season is starting for some fatbikers here a vid I just found...some of you probably already saw it but just in case...some Czech Republic Fat Ride:

    <iframe src="http://player.vimeo.com/video/11020429" width="400" height="225" frameborder="0"></iframe><p><a href="http://vimeo.com/11020429">Lapland 2010</a> from <a href="http://vimeo.com/user1065108">BicycleCafeCZ</a> on <a href="http://vimeo.com">Vimeo</a>.</p>

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    Steve, that was funny that the ranger was stumped by the fatbike!, hope you get it opened up as it looks a lovely coastline,
    martin, i havent seen that film, thanks for posting!
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    So, this is really loosely coupled to fat biking, in the sense that it is a short video about fat bike clothing, but features zero bicycles.

    I dunno, I laughed making it.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xavJRCMB8C4

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drew Diller
    So, this is really loosely coupled to fat biking, in the sense that it is a short video about fat bike clothing, but features zero bicycles.

    I dunno, I laughed making it.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xavJRCMB8C4

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    Latest from Pugsley on Patrol. An extended version of my Moorfoot Hills ride and a compliation of outtakes and assorted clips.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gbuckham
    Latest from Pugsley on Patrol. An extended version of my Moorfoot Hills ride and a compliation of outtakes and assorted clips.
    Nice! I think now I need to take my wife to Scotland and see where her ancestors came from Bad thing is, she'd be suspicious of me trying to sneak my Fatbike on the plane

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    your are doing a great job with your films Gary...really!...don't stop!
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    I'm with Steve...that land on the first vid looks just awesome to ride.
    I already say it....I really think I must plan that visit to our friends in Glasgow.

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    nice wee films Gary!
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    I love the cutting room floor video...

    Can't wait to do my first film, I just need the bike now

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    Thanks for the comments and praise. It's going to be a few weeks until my back/hip feels okay for riding. However, I can still walk and hope to make a few alternative films to Pugsley on Patrol. Watch out for "Gary on the Ground" over the coming weeks. Hope you don't mind if I post a few here?

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    Gary i was gonna call you to see if you fancied a dual pugsley beachride again at the weekend but looks like will have to wait till you heal up

    yeah why not have some alterative films on here!, heres my favourite (and most time comsuming) film to make this year, its partly thanks to the bravery of these young men (kids?) and the ground crews that we can ride our fatbikes and live here today in freedom
    my local WW2 fighter station now and then...it must be the ultimate High to have flown a Spitfire-despite the risks, 1000BHP 400 mph dive speed and only 14.3 seconds of ammunition. 1 in 6 didnt survive, By mid summer of 1940 new recruited pilots only had on average 8 hours flying time on spits or hurricanes then groups of 6 or 12 would fly up to meet groups of 200-500 attacking Axis Bombers with ME109 fighters in support high above waiting to pounce...
    But they did it against the odds...i cant help but feel a massive respect for them all involved in dark times...
    All pics were taken at Drem,voice interviews of Pilots who served there during the war and historian voice overs from BBC `Spitfire ace`. Film and gun camera footage is genuine BBC Battle of Britain Newsreel...

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    Quote Originally Posted by coastkid71
    Gary i was gonna call you to see if you fancied a dual pugsley beachride again at the weekend but looks like will have to wait till you heal up

    yeah why not have some alterative films on here!, heres my favourite (and most time comsuming) film to make this year, its partly thanks to the bravery of these young men (kids?) and the ground crews that we can ride our fatbikes and live here today in freedom
    my local WW2 fighter station now and then...it must be the ultimate High to have flown a Spitfire-despite the risks, 1000BHP 400 mph dive speed and only 14.3 seconds of ammunition. 1 in 6 didnt survive, By mid summer of 1940 new recruited pilots only had on average 8 hours flying time on spits or hurricanes then groups of 6 or 12 would fly up to meet groups of 200-500 attacking Axis Bombers with ME109 fighters in support high above waiting to pounce...
    But they did it against the odds...i cant help but feel a massive respect for them all involved in dark times...
    All pics were taken at Drem,voice interviews of Pilots who served there during the war and historian voice overs from BBC `Spitfire ace`. Film and gun camera footage is genuine BBC Battle of Britain Newsreel...
    Nice! As I mentioned to you before, I really dig old WWII aircraft. I live near Willow Run where my uncle used to build B-24's back in the day. Now the Yankee Air Force is located at this airport, with what's left of a museum display of vintage aircraft that survived a horrible fire a few years ago. Every year there's a great vintage airshow, not to mention my "daily airshow" of their B-17, Mustangs, B-26, trainers all still flying over my house. Give's me an idea, wonder if I can ride the Fatbike among the static displays? Might make a really neat video.

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    hay Coastkid... nice film!....can you recommend a documentary or representation film or series based on UK involvelment on the war?...

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    Martin the whole series of the BBC Programme `Spitfire Ace is on Youtube,
    it follows the Battle of Britain in the Summer of 1940,interviews with survivours and they train a modern day youngster how to fly a (2 seater) Spitfire, here is a link to espidode 1

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    Quote Originally Posted by coastkid71
    Martin the whole series of the BBC Programme `Spitfire Ace is on Youtube,
    it follows the Battle of Britain in the Summer of 1940,interviews with survivours and they train a modern day youngster how to fly a (2 seater) Spitfire, here is a link to espidode 1

    Thanks for posting this, a good way for me to spend a cold, soggy Thangsgiving day morning off work before the feast begins. I watched the whole series this morning, good stuff

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    Quote Originally Posted by coastkid71
    Gary i was gonna call you to see if you fancied a dual pugsley beachride again at the weekend but looks like will have to wait till you heal up
    Coastkid,
    Sorry Bruce but it looks like it will be a month before I can get on the Pugsley again. Would have been great to get out this weekend as there will likely be some good snow lying on the Lammermuir Hills.

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    November snow in the UK!

    the deepest widespread snow across the UK in November in 17 years

    only 4-6" but more forcasted

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    Quote Originally Posted by coastkid71
    the deepest widespread snow across the UK in November in 17 years
    only 4-6" but more forcasted
    If this is global warming, I love it.
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    Last weekend with my buddy Maxx...
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    thanks for sharing the ride with Maxx! that was awesome!

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    thanks for sharing the BBC Program...I already saw chapter 1, but between lack of time and only one laptop at home right now, it has been just difficult.

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    Ward, as always, your movies satisfy!
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    That's one very happy looking dog Ward, great video.

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    got this info today...check the fat xtracycle

    <object width="400" height="300"><param name="allowfullscreen" value="true" /><param name="allowscriptaccess" value="always" /><param name="movie" value="http://vimeo.com/moogaloop.swf?clip_id=8579880&amp;server=vimeo.com &amp;show_title=1&amp;show_byline=1&amp;show_portr ait=1&amp;color=&amp;fullscreen=1&amp;autoplay=0&a mp;loop=0" /><embed src="http://vimeo.com/moogaloop.swf?clip_id=8579880&amp;server=vimeo.com &amp;show_title=1&amp;show_byline=1&amp;show_portr ait=1&amp;color=&amp;fullscreen=1&amp;autoplay=0&a mp;loop=0" type="application/x-shockwave-flash" allowfullscreen="true" allowscriptaccess="always" width="400" height="300"></embed></object><p><a href="http://vimeo.com/8579880">Riding the Spine: In Patagonia</a> from <a href="http://vimeo.com/ridingthespine">Jacob Thompson</a> on <a href="http://vimeo.com">Vimeo</a>.</p>

    Riding the Spine

    "In July 2006, Jacob, Goat and Sean began in Alaska and have since pedaled over 34,000 kilometers, passed through 14 countries, arriving in Ushuaia on January 10, 2010 after 3.5 years of travel.

    Instead of riding along the PanAmerican Highway, their unique journey brought them along the dusty, muddy and difficult dirt roads and trails that criss-cross the continental divide - the longest contiguous mountain range in the world; hence their name: Riding the Spine. "

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    looks like you and maxx had a good time Ward! nice wee film
    Martin that fat extra cycle looks ace!
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    Thanks guys! We ride this route allot, it's right behind our house. Believe it or not, Maxx will be 10 next year. Part Border Collie, part chow, part Lab (and we say he's part Chupacabra too)... super healthy dog! Loves to go... if I grab his "ridin'" water dish when I'm packing he starts to go nuts... he knows we're goin'. No turning back at that point.

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    yeap, my winter is tough...

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    Yup, you've got it tough
    As little bike as possible, as silent as possible.
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    Love it Martin! Love seeing your journey from the city out into the hills. Do those Mountains ever get snow? That's alot of camera "set's"... you got a work out just filmin' this one!

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    ward yes, it took me a while to setup the shots... almost ran out of batteries in the process btw...thinking on getting an extra for these long filming days.
    The peak you see in the first shot (Cerro de la Silla) get some snow every other winter...quite an event!
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    Haha, I should start making some videos... but usually the sections of trail I have are too crowded and narrow from trees to really film anything.

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    Yea Matinsillo good video. It seems you are getting better at the videos everytime I see one.

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    <iframe src="http://player.vimeo.com/video/17539578?portrait=0" width="800" height="450" frameborder="0"></iframe>

    So I thought I would give a video a try

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    Nice first vid B! you got some nice shots...thanks for sharing!
    on my first ones I was just able to get a minute and a half of worthy material


    Thanks 3D!

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    Thanks

    I had fun riding those rocks, nice and cushy with big tires!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Borgschulze
    Thanks

    I had fun riding those rocks, nice and cushy with big tires!
    Damn Vimeo sucks balls. I have been attempting to watch your video all the way through for more than an hour now (off and on). Maybe at 4:00AM when I am asleep teh intarwebs will be cooperating.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Leopold Porkstacker
    Damn Vimeo sucks balls. I have been attempting to watch your video all the way through for more than an hour now (off and on). Maybe at 4:00AM when I am asleep teh intarwebs will be cooperating.
    Might be a problem on your end.. works fine here.

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    Nice video Borg!

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    Snow films...

    Some films made over the last week during this cold spell...
    Snow depth is knee deep and has been very wet or turned powdery with cold temperatures and has mostly been unrideable except where hard packed.
    Last Sunday riding snowpacked greenkeeper Vehicle tracks on the Historic Links Courses here at Gullane, with 2 friends on normal bikes,there bikes were not too bad on the hardpack but if they slipped off into the deeper stuff then they struggled, i edited the crashs out,sorry!

    <iframe src="http://player.vimeo.com/video/17494795?title=0&amp;byline=0&amp;portrait=0&amp;c olor=00a4eb" width="600" height="450" frameborder="0"></iframe>

    Next the daily snow commute and -12C... dosnt sound very cold to those living in Alaska but remember its a damp cold here, later that day my fingers stuck to my work mobile!

    <iframe src="http://player.vimeo.com/video/17571605?title=0&amp;byline=0&amp;portrait=0&amp;c olor=00a4eb" width="600" height="450" frameborder="0"></iframe>

    And home early yesterday a wee ride around local tracks hardpacked by farm vehicles...

    <iframe src="http://player.vimeo.com/video/17632952?title=0&amp;byline=0&amp;portrait=0&amp;c olor=00a4eb" width="600" height="450" frameborder="0"></iframe>
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    After luking (and drooling) in the Fat bike forum a while, I just had to order one, my pugsley should be here next week. I cant wait to get it, heck I have never even seen one in person.
    We just started getting light coatings of the magic white stuff here ( N.E. PA.) the last few days, should be a fun learning experience.

    I have really been enjoying all the video's, the camera angles you guys come up with are really cool, and hopefully in the near future I can contribute to this forum.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dirtrider6
    After luking (and drooling) in the Fat bike forum a while, I just had to order one, my pugsley should be here next week. I cant wait to get it, heck I have never even seen one in person.
    We just started getting light coatings of the magic white stuff here ( N.E. PA.) the last few days, should be a fun learning experience.

    I have really been enjoying all the video's, the camera angles you guys come up with are really cool, and hopefully in the near future I can contribute to this forum.

    Well, you won't regret it. These bikes are a lot of fun.

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