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    Show your Sandman

    dedicated thread to show you Sandman hoggar, gobi, atacama, etc.
    also show your upgrades
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    Ready for Global Fat-Bike Saturday
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    Hoggar !
    French. In France .Near Paris. Yes, really.

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    Not an ordinary 29'er either!
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    Hoggar only, or Gobi also allowed ?

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    Show your Sandman!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nothing's impossible View Post
    Not an ordinary 29'er either!
    nice!!

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    Nice bikes need to see more

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    atacama from last year


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    My former screensaver!
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    In the snow
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    Another winter pic!
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    Wish it was easy to get one here in the States.

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    I got mine easily enough- just a wire transfer to Belgium away.
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    I had no problem receiving my Sandman in MN.
    Sandman is a great company to deal with and builds awesome bikes!
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    I am in MN, really digging the Sandman! what made you chose the Sandman over the Surly?
    I am in Plymouth! thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by StevePodraza View Post
    I am in MN, really digging the Sandman! what made you chose the Sandman over the Surly?
    I am in Plymouth! thanks
    I have a Moonlander as well.

    Just a another arrow in the quiver depending on where Iím going and the conditions.
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    My Sandman after 219 kilometers on the chihuahua s desertSandman Hoggar Ti-imageuploadedbytapatalk1355863652.715761.jpg

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    Sandman Hoggar Ti-imageuploadedbytapatalk1355863726.322939.jpgSandman Hoggar Ti-imageuploadedbytapatalk1355863754.873302.jpgSandman Hoggar Ti-imageuploadedbytapatalk1355863796.374377.jpg

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    Gobi -Fatback

    Any inherent or distinguishing characteristics of the Sandman Gobi that make it more or less desirable than an aluminum Fatback?

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    Depends which Gobi you are talking about. Current production frames are Ti. Early ones (like mine) are hydroformed and butted aluminum. My frame weighs just under 4 lbs (for a medium). I'm not sure how that compares to the Fatback.

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    In fact there are 4 current models, two alu, one ti and a tandem. In 2013 there will be 5: two redesigned alu's, one cromo, one ti and the tandem.
    But the biggest difference is that a Sandman is a trailbike, which by coincidence can ride on snow. Not the other way around :-). All frames and geometry are designed for front suspension.
    They recently made a video to explain what their bikes are and what they can do: Why Sandman. on Vimeo

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    Quote Originally Posted by caminoloco View Post
    In fact there are 4 current models, two alu, one ti and a tandem. In 2013 there will be 5: two redesigned alu's, one cromo, one ti and the tandem.
    But the biggest difference is that a Sandman is a trailbike, which by coincidence can ride on snow. Not the other way around :-). All frames and geometry are designed for front suspension.
    They recently made a video to explain what their bikes are and what they can do: Why Sandman. on Vimeo

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    When are the new models going to be out, still itching for a Hoggar.
    And I love beer!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bdundee View Post
    When are the new models going to be out, still itching for a Hoggar.
    You might be in luck, I think the only model that's not going to change is the Hoggar . It will get a somewhat different spec sheet though (and be more expensive). So if you want a 2012 spec & price, better drop them a line soon. The other models will arrive early spring.

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    Quote Originally Posted by caminoloco View Post
    In fact there are 4 current models, two alu, one ti and a tandem. In 2013 there will be 5: two redesigned alu's, one cromo, one ti and the tandem.
    But the biggest difference is that a Sandman is a trailbike, which by coincidence can ride on snow. Not the other way around :-). All frames and geometry are designed for front suspension.
    here in lies my attraction since this is my main riding arena HOWEVER rear squish is also my desires sooooooooo

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