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    fat bike websites?

    I know about fat-bike.com but it seems based on some searches there isn't much else there that's mostly or completely dedicated to fat bikes. Any one know of any others?

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    this is where the knowledge is for sure. if you want pics of cool and crazy stuff try Facebook. I can't believe the stuff i see there.
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    Yeah, it all started right here, with guys sharing ideas about how to hack things together, when there weren't any off-the-shelf solutions. It's a shame the mtbr search function doesn't work anymore, but you'll never find better or more up-to-date info than you will in this particular forum and from the regular users.
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    ^^ totally agree

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    Honestly, I go on here, pinkbike (not so fatbike friendly!),Facebook and instagram. On Facebook I just search fatbike in the searchbar, on instagram I just search for the hash tag fatbike.

    fat-bike.com is awesome! Send the guys a photo of you on your bike or just your bike and they will hook you up with some cool stickers!

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    There is a UK based fatbike website as well. It seems to be focused more on functionality as opposed to fashion.
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    Quote Originally Posted by deuxdiesel View Post
    There is a UK based fatbike website as well. It seems to be focused more on functionality as opposed to fashion.
    Link?

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    This one is my favorite:

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    Quote Originally Posted by ferrstein View Post
    This one is my favorite:

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    HA!

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    Quote Originally Posted by iamkeith View Post
    Yeah, it all started right here, with guys sharing ideas about how to hack things together, when there weren't any off-the-shelf solutions. It's a shame the mtbr search function doesn't work anymore, but you'll never find better or more up-to-date info than you will in this particular forum and from the regular users.
    I believe it was Mr. Bighit^^ who got us a separate forum on MTBR.

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    Quote Originally Posted by deuxdiesel View Post
    There is a UK based fatbike website as well. It seems to be focused more on functionality as opposed to fashion.
    You have to be a member to access the forums at that site. I tried to join 3 times. They acknowledged receipt of my request each time but never got back to me with authorization. Questions to the commercial side of the site were answered with, "We don't talk to the forum moderators but they are probably busy." I finally gave up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SmooveP View Post
    I believe it was Mr. Bighit^^ who got us a separate forum on MTBR.
    I did lobby for that a long time ago. We used to be in the 29er forum.
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    Bikerumor - All the best cycling news, tech, rumors and reviews has a Fatbike section under Categories. Lots of interesting stuff there (interesting to me at least).

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