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    Nates in the clay!


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    Could you still lift it ?

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    Looks like a clay wheel!
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    Doesn't look like the wheels can move.
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    Been there, done that. Donít want to try it again! 30 pounds of mud buildup on each wheel.
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    Hard as it must have been to power through that stuff, it must have been even worse to clean it off.

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    What pressure were you running?
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    9spi F&R.

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    You need to use some of this first!
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    I created a route for a fat bike group ride that had about 7 miles of B-Roads through a corn field, and the same thing happened to all of us. The corn husks held the clay on like paper mache. It was brutal.

    We were joking how building up a set of CX wheels for our Mukluks would have been the ticket.
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