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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.
    one by nine works just fine but single speed is all ya need

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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?
    As little bike as possible, as silent as possible.
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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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