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    Fatbiking with EndUser

    Local stuff.

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    Great Video!

    Rando,

    That's an awesome video and really captures what snow biking is all about. Fun Fun Fun!!

    Pat

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    Nice video, looks like fun! Don't want to anger anyone, but coming from a more temperate climate fat biking never looked all that enjoyable. Everything I have seen on here before looks as appealing as road biking, but this is real trailriding.

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    I'm not new to winter cycling, but new to fat-biking. These "tools" are a major game changer. I have been on my Ti 907 on average 4 times a week this entire winter and it's been phenominal - the winter trail system here is simply second to none.

    If I dare to suggest a "Mecca" for winter fatbiking, one would have to consider the greater Anchorage / Mat-su valley area as one of the great houses of worship.

    Regards,

    EndUser
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    Mighty nice house it is! I am trying for my next and final assignment to land me in Elmendorf. If the stars align, then I will need some advice on a bike and gear. Looks like too much fun to sit in the house all winter.

    Matt

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    Quote Originally Posted by EndUser View Post
    I'm not new to winter cycling, but new to fat-biking. These "tools" are a major game changer. I have been on my Ti 907 on average 4 times a week this entire winter and it's been phenominal - the winter trail system here is simply second to none.

    If I dare to suggest a "Mecca" for winter fatbiking, one would have to consider the greater Anchorage / Mat-su valley area as one of the great houses of worship.

    Regards,

    EndUser
    Endoscopic and I just went out for a 3hr tour. Enduser you are missed! I couldn't agree more! The garage sessions aren't the same. The riding today was sublime though.

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    Keeping Enduser alive

    Nice Helmet Enduser, just like Trinidad or Gooseberry on your head! Keeping brown water alive, cheers

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    Endo Rando and Hoppy Trails WTF, de donde de donde de donde where were you when we were in Udah at Gooseberry Mesa, I was breaking helmets watching brown water disappear!

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