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Originally Posted by mrv View Post
yea... Michigan is in full "fat" bike mode (lots of ice). I've not got one, don't want one.

TODAY - I wrapped up the bars on an old Specialized TourHopper drop bar conversion. No photos yet.
Waiting on some bars from another forum member to finish up a Nishiki rebuild (paint stripped, brazed rack mounts, powder coated). Gotta order long reach brakes for it too.
Should be ready by spring.
Wrenching in a cold garage - yea - stinks.
didn't think I wanted a fat bike until I rode one. One ride changed my mind, it's HUGE fun.

Right now I'm working on my first full restoration. It's a Miyata 210, nothing too special but I'm having fun doing my first complete resto from a bare metal frame. As soon as I get my computer up and running again I will start a thread with pictures.

Really you you should try a fat bike, I'm totally hooked on mine now!
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