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    A real Fatbike .

    Now this is a real fat bike .
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    dual single-sided swingarms-a righty up front, and lefty out back. Dope! Let's see one of these built up with some Husker Du's.

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    he needs to drill his rims to save weight!
    2014 milage so far - 2,167
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    And it's a tandem.
    Those Quicktimes are beat though, but traction on dry probably isn't an issue for him.

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    No brakes either, must be fun on the downhills,especially wearing flip flops. I guess if you are going to do it Hoosier Dirt Track tires are the way to go.
    Try this: HTFU

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    It's got brakes, it's a fixie.
    Not a MTBR legend.

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    Quote Originally Posted by westwood View Post
    It's got brakes, it's a fixie.
    Ah well there you got then, bet that is easy to back pedal to slow! Those tires probably only weigh 10lbs a piece and that frame has got to be light was well. Even more crazy.
    Try this: HTFU

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    Quote Originally Posted by rockcrusher View Post
    Ah well there you got then, bet that is easy to back pedal to slow! Those tires probably only weigh 10lbs a piece and that frame has got to be light was well. Even more crazy.
    10lbs? Try 40+

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    It may have a brake on the jackshaft?? Or the front??

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    Fender and rack mounts?

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    wonder what kinda trail numbers you need to compensate for the friction of the contact patch?
    If steel is real then aluminium is supercallafragiliniun!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SmooveP View Post
    Fender and rack mounts?
    It doesn't need rack mounts: It comes with a butler to haul your stuff

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