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    10 Deserts Solo Cycle Epic

    I've put together a few photos from my recent desert ride "Down Under".

    The ride links the Canning Stock Route, Anne Beadell Hwy & Simpson desert French Line.

    10 Deserts - Photo Tour

    www.10deserts.com

    The ride was the adventure of a life-time, but I've spent the last 3 months recovering. Finally my energy has returned, so I'm pleased as punch to be on the bike again.

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    Its a wonder there aren't more fat bikes down there. Thanks for the links.
    Just a regular guy.

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    Awesome Russ!
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    For those of you who haven't checked this out, it's probably the most badass trip I've seen. Check out his writings too. Russell, you are a warrior. Pleasure to work with you brother!
    Speedway Cycles owner http://fatbackbikes.com

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    Thanks! Very inspiring.

    I have some ideas for routes in the California deserts and the pictures of your trip have me looking at the maps again.

    Currently waiting on rims and tires to complete my Pugsley....then look out desert here I come! (beaches and snow too)

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    Wow, very inspirational!

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    Thanks very much for your help Greg. Wouldn't have been possible without the support of Speedway Cycles. If not for the Fatback, it would have been a bl**dy long walk.

    Martini, I think things are changing down under. I happen to know of a few people getting the bug after seeing what these bikes can do on sand. More adventures to come for sure

    I think I have Fatback fever

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