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    Bikes you suggest for riding in the snow

    I don't live in Alaska, but I want to go to the jobcorps program, because they have a trade that I want to get into that I haven't seen at any other job corps. I know i'm thinking 5 steps ahead considering that I don't even live there. But biking seems like it would be a great activity with all the trails and what not. I've seen those bikes called chubby bikes or whatever, nd they are pretty pricey and take 3 months to manufacture so does anyone have any suggestions for something cheaper you suggest. Thanks for whatever help

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    I would consider one of these.

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    You can also get a Surly pugsly. The original fat bike and a less expensive option than most if not all of the others. I am riding mine year round now. Endomorphs in the winter, a 29er wheelset for summer.

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    The Pugs is not (repeat NOT) the "original" fatbike. Not by a long shot.

    Carry on.

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    thanks i'll check em out

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    Quote Originally Posted by tscheezy
    The Pugs is not (repeat NOT) the "original" fatbike. Not by a long shot.

    Carry on.
    Well I suppose you could count something with snow cats on it. Other than that what is there ? Do tell.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tscheezy

    Thanks ! Thats an interesting thread. I will have to read it all when I get a chance.

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