I finally finished my Fat Bike, The Mukluk of Wampa.
Salsa Mukluk Frame 19"
Hope Pro 2 EVO Fatsno Hubs, Blue
Salsa Blue Skewers
Surly Holy Rolling Darryl Rims, Silver
DT Swiss Double Butted Competition Spokes
DT Swiss Brass Nipples
Q SL Tubes
45NRTH Husker Du 90 tpi front/rear
Avid Ultimate Brake Levers, Silver
Alligator 160mm rotors
Jagwire Reinforced Kevlar Braided Brake Housing, Sterling Silver
Jagwire Teflon Coated Brake Cable
Sram XO Shifters
Sram X9 Rear Derailleur
Sram X7 Front Derailleur
XTR 12-34 Cassette
45Nrth Willful Neglect chain
Jagwire Steel Braided Shift Housing, Sterling Silver
RaceFace Turbine Cranks 175mm/RaceFace 36/22 T, Gray
RaceFace Team XC BB
Shimano XT Pedals
Chris King Silver Headset with blue top bearing race
Kona 90mm, -6 degree stem, silver
RaceFace Atlas Bars, 740mm, Blue
Ergon GP1 grips
Salsa Seat post 27.2-330mm
WTB Pure V
Salsa Lip Lock Collar, Blue
It's 1st voyage was dry dirt during the local night ride. It was an awesome experience but this bike was built with snow in mind and snow it had.
I talked my buddy Torkima into riding Georgetown. I had no idea what the snow conditions were but I was hoping for something on the ground that was rideable.
We found what we were looking for and more...
Same idea as in the summer. It ain't Fat Biking without a little hike a biking
at 10,000 ft it was decision time. head down some sweet singletrack I know of back into Georgetown or head up to Waldorf Mine. We headed up.
At 11,200 we started to run into some really loose sugar snow. We were both getting whooped and kept going to 11,400 before time finally got us and we had to head down.
Riding down from 11,400 ft
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