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  1. #151
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    does anyone know where to get 120tpi Nates (or another ~4" tire that is good in snow) for less than $150?

  2. #152
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    Knards SUCK in soft snow

  3. #153
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    DUMPING HERE. over a foot expected. gonna hafta snowshoe my trails down to get the fatty through. workout either way win/win

    time to let some air out.......

    rog

  4. #154
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    got out tonight from 1030-1130. dumping with about 4-5 inches down when I got home. singletrack had a good 3-4" with no issues on the 4.0 vee rubber v8's. lil slip slide here/there, but really good riding. 18 degrees and puking sideways

    even the coupla miles each way on the roads to the trails were fun and mostly untracked pow.

    rog

  5. #155
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    I've had one of the original purple Pugsleys since 2006. I don't use it a whole lot in the dirt but really love it in winter. When the skiing goes bad, as it inevitably does in the East, the fat biking gets good. I sprung for studded Dillingers this winter, as the Endomorphs are pretty slippery in most snow conditions. Damn tires cost more than my first MTB, a 1986 Schwinn Sierra... but I digress. I'm sure there are certain conditions that would warrant 4.8" tires but I'm not a big guy and a majority of the time my set-up is excellent.

    Rog, psyched to read that you went fat. Let's do some slogging this winter.
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  6. #156
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    I didn't think it was suppose to hurt when you fall off in the snow. I found out different this morning.
    Icy off camber, went down hard. Might need the studs.

  7. #157
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    Picking up my Krampus tomorrow! So stoked! I know it's not a full fatty but I'm never on my bike when the snow is fresh. Pics to come!

  8. #158
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    Quote Originally Posted by radair View Post
    I've had one of the original purple Pugsleys since 2006. I don't use it a whole lot in the dirt but really love it in winter. When the skiing goes bad, as it inevitably does in the East, the fat biking gets good. I sprung for studded Dillingers this winter, as the Endomorphs are pretty slippery in most snow conditions. Damn tires cost more than my first MTB, a 1986 Schwinn Sierra... but I digress. I'm sure there are certain conditions that would warrant 4.8" tires but I'm not a big guy and a majority of the time my set-up is excellent.

    Rog, psyched to read that you went fat. Let's do some slogging this winter.
    let's do it rob! I've got one adventure in mind that would involve an 8-10 mile road ride/climb, then a 2.75 mile snow climb, then an 8 mile 3000 vert foot descent on trail back to town for coffee and a cookie

    you ever done "that" ride? it's right by you

    stoked!!!!!!

    rog

  9. #159
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    NOTHING IS NEW!



    rog

  10. #160
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    Haha! Springer fork too.

  11. #161
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    Quote Originally Posted by icelanticskier View Post
    let's do it rob! I've got one adventure in mind that would involve an 8-10 mile road ride/climb, then a 2.75 mile snow climb, then an 8 mile 3000 vert foot descent on trail back to town for coffee and a cookie

    you ever done "that" ride? it's right by you

    stoked!!!!!!

    rog
    Damn, I can't even think of an 8 mile road climb nor 8 mile descent, even on the rockpile! Are those measured in man inches?! Count me in and bring yer towrope. I have a mobile number for you that begins with 774; is that still good? I am 496-5853, you know the area code

  12. #162
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    Quote Originally Posted by radair View Post
    Damn, I can't even think of an 8 mile road climb nor 8 mile descent, even on the rockpile! Are those measured in man inches?! Count me in and bring yer towrope. I have a mobile number for you that begins with 774; is that still good? I am 496-5853, you know the area code
    not the rockpile. across the road. from Jackson, back to Jackson. I have the same number. masshole for life, YO.. will be in touch.

    fun fatbike sno ride this am at Stratham alps. but WHERE ARE ALL THE FUCKING 300 LOCAL FATBIKE RIDERS THAT PUT CYCLING IN FRONT OF THIER BETTER HALVES AND KIDS?!!!!!!!!!!!!!NO ONES OUT RIDING THAT I COULD TELL!!! so much fucking snow here. too much, thigh deep in places so it seemed. many trails were plenty packed tho from various forms of traveler. new bike rode great fer sure. will run a bit lower pressure next time.

    so far my fave condition on the fatty are, a few inches of freshly fallen snow over hard frozen ground. second would be regular dirt/summer type singletrack riding. and 3rd, packed snow trails. ok, but doesn't blow my hair back. pow or dirt FTW!

    anyone wanna buy a lightly used 2013 kona unit 19"? 500.00. only rode it from late july-november this year

    rog

  13. #163
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    Slush is the most difficult surface to ride.
    Today we had freezing rain over a 4" snow pack.
    I had to ride out of the clips because I was gunshy from falling yesterday.

  14. #164
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    Quote Originally Posted by icelanticskier View Post
    anyone wanna buy a lightly used 2013 kona unit 19"? 500.00. only rode it from late july-november this year

    rog
    Uhhhh yes.

  16. #166
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    Quote Originally Posted by awf170 View Post
    Uhhhh yes.
    consider it yours. one guy might be interested, but hasn't pulled the trigger. call me if ya want it

    rog

  17. #167
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    Let's do some livin'
    After, we die

  18. #168
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    Got one for Christmas (Norco Bigfoot). It's hilarious. I love it. So stupid simple and fun. I have actually ridden it on snow, but it also does quite well on the sand/salt flats.

    I'm so hardcore, I'm gnarcore.

  19. #169
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    Quote Originally Posted by Particle View Post
    Got one for Christmas (Norco Bigfoot). It's hilarious. I love it. So stupid simple and fun. I have actually ridden it on snow, but it also does quite well on the sand/salt flats.
    I find that I prefer sand riding, it's almost always rideable. Snow, especially not machine packed, is anybody's guess.

    Is that the Spiral Getty? If it is, it's much higher than I've ever seen it.

  20. #170
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    that is a funny piece of writing Benny!!
    "A man on foot, on horseback or on a bicycle will see more, feel more, enjoy more in one mile than the motorized tourists can in a hundred miles."
    Edward Abbey (Desert Solitaire)

  21. #171
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    today was the day i envisioned, when i got Fat.
    perfect snowmachine trails, fast and wicked fun, with a shit-ton of grip.
    i'm glowing!



    crab in my shoe mouth

  22. #172
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    on da coast we need no trail. ride anywhere. smooth, supportive sandpaper grip glacier pack. morning cannot come soon enough!

    rog

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    thud buster
    watch out for snakes

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    Quote Originally Posted by scottyb View Post
    thud buster
    old stoner buttahball need the buster. washed up softy

    rog

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    It makes perfect sense...until you think about it.

    No thanks. I'll stick with porn. - Benny

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