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    [o] Barney, Blue, and me today...



























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    It looked like it could've been icy there, any unceremonious dumpings?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Biggie View Post
    It looked like it could've been icy there, any unceremonious dumpings?
    yea i had a few surprises with front wheel going out from under, but managed to get a foot down was very careful thereafter
    one of our coldest days so far, was -14 overnight and high of -7. frost is going into the ground, which is good... would love to see the land and lakes freeze up before the next blanket of snow.
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    Nice pictures as always.

    I wonder why they bothered to put mounts for rim brakes on the Pugsley though. I've never seen anything but disc brakes on a fat bike.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rkj__ View Post
    Nice pictures as always.

    I wonder why they bothered to put mounts for rim brakes on the Pugsley though. I've never seen anything but disc brakes on a fat bike.
    I think some rack systems use them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rkj__ View Post
    Nice pictures as always.

    I wonder why they bothered to put mounts for rim brakes on the Pugsley though. I've never seen anything but disc brakes on a fat bike.
    The newer Pugsleys don't have them. Barney Zirple is a First Generation, MY2005
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    wow, so little snow
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    build trail!

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    Quote Originally Posted by singlesprocket View Post
    wow, so little snow
    yup, all melted.. twice now. have had 2 squall storms in Dec with significant accumalations- first of which dumped ~2 ft in g'hurst in ~24 hrs!

    ps - sledders are getting nervous, not that i blame them! ( big dollars, short season)
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    Beautiful pictures!

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