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Old 01-05-15, 02:34 PM
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This has been way informative as my recent experience with my fatbike in the snow is similar to bruiseds. Thinking hard about studded snows for the dual sport but knowing the group ride on saturday, my fear is more motorist oriented than ability to get where I'm going.

As far as the op's question, I'm sorry I can't answer yet because I'm too new to the fatbike and in the learning curve.

If you can only do one bike, go fat. Going narrower in tire size is easier than going wider. Set your wheels up to do a drop and swap.
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