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    moonlander love.....

    very few post here for sulry fat bikes. so thought i would add some. love my new moonlander, what a fun bike to ride, surprisingly very nimble bike, and a blast to ride. so far in the dirt, waiting for the snow to fly.
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    I like your photography
    would you mind taking a close up pix of you ML?
    I am seriously considering to get one even though there was rarely a snow in my place
    I could be a lot of fun too in the mud...
    When trails gets tougher, Just stand up and deliver.

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    as of now it is a blast to ride in the dirt. i am amazed how great a ride this bike is. feels like a really fat 29er, if that makes any senesce at all.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kreater View Post
    as of now it is a blast to ride in the dirt. i am amazed how great a ride this bike is. feels like a really fat 29er, if that makes any senesce at all.
    Thanks Man
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    no need to consider you will have fun on this bike, even though snow is not a factor.
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    Bud and Lou take obesity to a whole new level. Freakin' love those tires.
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    I like to idea to ride those wide tires on some of our muddy steep DH trails in my area
    When trails gets tougher, Just stand up and deliver.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kreater View Post
    as of now it is a blast to ride in the dirt. i am amazed how great a ride this bike is. feels like a really fat 29er, if that makes any senesce at all.
    That's a nice monster!

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    bud and lou are monsters in the mud, even wrapped around my rolling darrel's.
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    Got her out in 7 inches of wet snow yesterday... it was a mess to pedal through the first time, but a good time on the way back


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    now that is what that monster was means for!
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    Quote Originally Posted by duggus View Post
    Got her out in 7 inches of wet snow yesterday... it was a mess to pedal through the first time, but a good time on the way back

    Looks like a blast!

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    HEY KREATER...... When I saw the first black and white shot I was going to ask if the pic was taken just past the bridge at GLEN MAJOR, and then scrolled down and THERE is the bridge.

    Any chance it was YOU that my girlfriend and I spoke to in DURHAM FOREST this Saturday?

    I just finished installing DILLINGER tires on our two FATBACKS so I'm ready when the snow flys

    It's nice to see more FAT in the area

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    hey very small world, yes that was me. it was very nice to chat with you guys. what a great day that was for riding. can't wait for the snow as well. hope to run in again, on fat bikes next time
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    Lov'n this bike.
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    Re: moonlander love.....

    First ride today

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    Just got my ML last week, instantly fell in love with it, just wondering what tire pressure r u guys running in bud and lou for winter. I weigh 198 pds. Kinda hard to measure accurately at such low pressures. I brought it down as low as 5.5-6 pds for great traction. A bit of drag but the great traction seems like it's worth it, getting a bit of flex out of the rear tire. Also does anybody have any suggestion for best pressure gauges?

    Thanks

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    Just had my Moonlander one whole week. Love it to bits.

    About 5 lbs seems to work best on the shingle I ride on.

    At 62 am I the oldest fat biker?

    I ride on the south coast beaches and the New Forest in the UK. Will post some pics when allowed.

    Brian

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