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    Quote Originally Posted by Stripes View Post
    Changed the cranks before the ride so I have much more reasonable gearing, 32/24 instead of 38/26 (WTF Shimano? Who has the knees to climb in the 38/26? Gah, what was I thinking that the XT double would work for me).
    Nice to see your ride report and pic Stripes! So glad you are able to enjoy the trails more now. I'm curious - what chainrings/crankset did you get? Did you have to change derailleur at all? I too am using the lowest possible Shimano XT 2x10 gearing and completely agree - it leaves much to be desired on steeper climbs. Mr. Shred doesn't seem to notice, of course. But I do.
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    Tonight's story...

    A bottle sails, THUNK.

    Misses me, skids in the snow

    But leaves me angry

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    you are in the northeast right? how you feelin bout this storm?
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    pretty sure mtbxplorer is in VT if i'm not mistaken.

    be glad you're in cali!
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    Yes,I'm in central VT. Here it changed to rain this morning, but I stayed home getting ready for company. Hope they get here soon, as it's down to 32F now. Have a safe and happy Thanksgiving everyone!

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    Milder weather this weekend

    -1c and foggy. Some snow melted but ground is frozen and Humber River remains ice covered
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    -1c mild? Sheesh? So good to see you're out riding for sure.

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    I took the fatbike and the boys out for a ride before work...

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    Unseasonably warm weather today in upstate New York. Did a nice 2 hour solo ride at Chenango Valley State Park near Binghamton. Felt amazing to get back out on the bike again after a brutally busy semester that didn't allow me to ride as much as I would have liked. Also the first ride on my bike since I rebuilt my fork..happy with how it feels.
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    ^^ for some reason i thought you were in wyoming? or was that somebody else?

    btw, got a fat bike only had it less than a week, and i've had three rides. the snow is starting to get a little slushy so i need some colder temps to firm it up. then it's game on!

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    ^Haha nope, I'm from good ole' upstate NY. And that's an awesome fatbike! Been dying to give one a try!

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    Nice fatty, selfie, and a cute pup too, Nicole. Sadly this weekend's rain, freezing rain, and temps as high as 45F has just about killed our snow for fatbiking here in central VT. I have about 2" left in the yard but it may not survive the day. Then I see we're back to below zero tomorrow night.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NicoleB View Post
    ^^ for some reason i thought you were in wyoming? or was that somebody else?

    btw, got a fat bike only had it less than a week, and i've had three rides. the snow is starting to get a little slushy so i need some colder temps to firm it up. then it's game on!

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    Wow! I see you rollin' and I'm hatin'...hating the fact that you got a fat bike and I want one! Nice pics. You're smaller, so tell me how the Pugsley feels?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Trailrider92 View Post
    ^Haha nope, I'm from good ole' upstate NY. And that's an awesome fatbike! Been dying to give one a try!
    CVSP - my stomping grounds, too. I'm originally from Bingo but now live in Ithaca. However, I frequent CVSP most weekends. I recognized those trails right away - nice pics .
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    Petey, it's an XS! surley is one of the few that carries that size. Most others are 17in and up
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    ^ How does it handle? I've been interested in the XS Mukluk, in part because I wanted to get into off-road bike touring. I think Fatback also makes a bike down to 14"? But it's really $$$.
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    i've only had it a week, and it's been less than stellar conditions. the good thing about the pugs is that the lowest model, still has decent wheels and tires (something that many budget fatbikes need upgrading). The mukluk is a bit more pricy. the major diff between those two, is i believe geometry. The mukluk is slacker.
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    ^ Nice pics Nicole and congrats on your new fatbike.
    I have to wait til next season to get one
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    Ice storm here in southern Ontario... so what to do but check out the conditions!

    Every home had a tree that cracked and broke branches under the weight of the freezing rain building up on the trees
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    Beautiful effects
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    Checking out the river valley
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    We rode in the open areas because of the danger of falling branches.
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    Found a schoolyard with glare ice. Thank you studded tires
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    Ducking the hanging boughs
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    Great ride. Now time to head home and shovel the driveway
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    ^^ Awesome pix, story, and exploring. Hope your power is on, some further north in VT don't have theirs back on for Christmas from last weekend's ice here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stripes View Post
    Warm day in Santa Cruz last weekend. Wonderful conditions, no one around. Good to get out and ride 4 months post-op. Need to get fitted for my new bike though (Mojo HD), because it's sooo much fun and I want to maximize what I can do it on it

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    Sweet! Love the bike. Love the smile, cool hair too. And the pup! All in all, great set of pics.

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    Aloha Licious! Awesome! Love it. Looks too damn cold for me but you still have that smile. Real passion....

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    New Year's Day selfies

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    Rang in the new year with one of my favorite rides- headed out from my house and rode up and around and back down the mountains which bisect El Paso. Couldn't have asked for a more beautiful day.
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    ^^It looks like you've started off 2014 in great style!

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    welp. this is what i did today.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NicoleB View Post
    welp. this is what i did today.
    Love all the little details you use to personalize your bikes! How's the Pugsley treating you since you've had some time in the saddle?
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    Well I couldn't get the jumping pic to upload, but here's one from yesterday's ride while I screwed up the courage to descend this. I made it, but it looks much worse from this angle than it really is. Been splitting my time this winter between DH and XC and probably spending more time on the DH bike, which is just way more fun!

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    Oh how I miss that terrain and weather. Don't get me wrong, winter and rock gardens can be cool but I miss that open ground. West coast?
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    This week has been perfect for ice biking.
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    Last weeks storms caused quite a few trees to get knocked down.

    New Years day
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    Quote Originally Posted by cyclelicious View Post

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    Yikes, I would be scared to ride that close to open water. How did you decide it was OK? Follow someone bigger? Or was it shallow and pretty warm like it was here yesterday (30F)? The glare ice shot is impressive!

    I went to Uberwintern, a fatbike event in Stowe Saturday, and the trails were great! This spot is called the Green Chair and has a great view of the mountain.
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    Yesterday I took the dog biking on local trails and was really happy he did not chase any critters and was very well behaved when we met skiers and walkers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mtbxplorer View Post
    Yikes, I would be scared to ride that close to open water. How did you decide it was OK? Follow someone bigger? Or was it shallow and pretty warm like it was here yesterday (30F)? The glare ice shot is impressive!

    I went to Uberwintern, a fatbike event in Stowe Saturday, and the trails were great! This spot is called the Green Chair and has a great view of the mountain.
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    Yesterday I took the dog biking on local trails and was really happy he did not chase any critters and was very well behaved when we met skiers and walkers.
    The ice is several inches thick (we've had a couple weeks of freezing temps) but it's true you don't want to get too close to the edge. In some sections you can see the multiple layers of ice (which looks like escarpment rock) Although I've been riding on the ponds and rivers for 4-5 year (some years did not get cold enough to freeze) I only ride with experienced riders who know the conditions and safe sections. I've developed more confidence so I'm ok riding near the open sections.


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    Looks like fun, what tyres you using on that ice?
    It's a ton o'fun! On the last ride, we had 11 people in our group. 6 riders had never experienced ice biking before and all reported they couldn't wait to go out again !

    Studded tires are best on ice. 3 folks in our group rode fat bikes, no studs. The fat bikes did well on snow covered sections but not so well on glare ice and off camber stretches. It's also better to run less air pressure in the tires. After some trial and error (many wipe-outs) riders were letting more air out of their tires.

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    ^^Thanks!

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    Year round commuting is an adventure every day. -17F this morning.
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    Wow! I commute year round but it only gets down to high 40's here. Gets quite wet and nasty though.

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    ^^ Cool! Cold wet rain is plenty rugged and worse in some ways! At least at -17F, you and the bike stay clean and dry!

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    No pic for my ride today but all week I have been hitting the local rail-trail in the snow. Nice super-cold powder snow, about 7 inches and 10 deg. It got a little rough today when it was all tracked up by a snow mobile, oh well. At least the scenery was picturesque with the light coming through the trees and glaring in on the creek beside.
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    Enjoying this thread!

    We're having another deep freeze. Hoping to get out there and ride soon
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    If you are within striking distance of Gorham NH...

    ...the trails at the Moose Brook Fatbike Race were fun, even at 5F and windblown! There is camping too, I may go back for that.
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    I love the bar mitts

    Today hubby wanted a treat from the Turkey hill outside the neighborhood. Fortunately he mentioned it before I was going to hop on the indoor bike 18 deg and the clerk was like 'OMG you are out riding?" I laughed, because my work crew is always outside anyway. It just felt good to get some wheel time in
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    I love all the fat bikes in this thread! I took mine on an 8 mile solo ride yesterday in about 2-3in of fresh snow. One other fatbiker had been out, but most of the trails were undisturbed snow Today we got another 12in, with freezing rain on top, so I don't know when I'll get out again, but yesterday was fun!
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    <looking longingly>

    Today I was tempted to go ride the rail trail on mondays 6 inches of powder, but it got freeze rained and melted into the point that there was several inches of water. Tomorrow will be an ice ride maybe
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    Sucking wind today at the local "Frozen Onion" fatbike race! My throat is sore from all the heavy breathing. The hills were tough because the trail had not set up from the snowstorm earlier this week, so everyone was pushing through soft snow, and the footprints and sun only made it worse with successive laps. The downhills were super fun and fast, though, which is pretty much what I say about any trail. Stuck it out for the 4 laps, the 4th one was pretty lonely and DFL, but folks were really nice to stay around to cheer me through the finish line. Thanks to the Elks and Country Club for letting Onion River Sports have the race there.

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    We snowshoed a new trail alignment. Snow in the forest was deep (knee to thigh deep in spots). We snowshoed down to the river which was snow covered, and solid but spongy in spots. Great day snowshoeing ~10km

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    found another deer leg on the trail
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    built a fire to warm up
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    Roasted some mushrooms
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    Back to the trailhead
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    Quote Originally Posted by manbat View Post
    Nice photos as usual

    It looks like someone's standing inside that big camp fire and I hope those shrooms ain't the same ones those dudes in the Phillip Seymour Hoffman dead thread have been eating ^^

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    lol I swear, manbat we did not sacrifice anyone! Seymour Hoffman would not have OD'd on those shrooms unless he was allergic to soy sauce and garlic... however I think the 10km snowshoe hike would have done him in
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    ^^ I would have to agree with manbat - your friend does look a little warm! Great pix & adventure, thanks for sharing.

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    Great pics as always cycleicious! Looks like a wonderful day .
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    Aloha! Awesome pics. Keep 'um coming. How fun!!!

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    Love the snowshoeing pics, cyclelicious! Looks like a lot of fun

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