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Old 12-22-17, 09:23 AM
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The fork is obviously backwards. Wasn’t that a rhetorical question?
well no, I thought so, but I wanted another opinion
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Old 12-22-17, 02:02 PM
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Time for more pics! Felt DD70 "Miss Pinkie" on yesterdays ride in mixed conditions. May be looking for studded tires in the future.
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My lowly Mongoose Dolemite with multiple upgrades.

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Old 02-23-18, 09:25 AM
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My Craigslist find a couple summers ago: Framed Minnesota 3.0 with the Bluto. I use it as my daily winter commuter as well as my snow trail bike. I've been hitting it pretty hard on the off-road, groomed snow trails this winter. The thing is a beast, and I'm having a blast!
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Old 02-23-18, 03:29 PM
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Originally Posted by schundog View Post
My lowly Mongoose Dolemite with multiple upgrades.

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I don't think the manufacturer of your fatty has much to do with
how much you evidently care about your bike.
You are out on the trails having fun.
That is all that matters.
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Old 02-24-18, 04:13 AM
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Some lovely pictures in this thread. Fat bike pr0n!
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Old 03-12-18, 03:42 PM
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Old 03-13-18, 03:37 AM
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^ That is gorgeous!
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Old 04-04-18, 11:01 PM
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Otso Voytek.

I picked this up late last year, quite a change from my 1st gen Mukluk! Took me a while to adjust to the difference in handling but the narrower Q-factor was a huge improvement that I noticed right away. It's 5 or so pounds lighter too which is nice!

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I picked this up late last year, quite a change from my 1st gen Mukluk! Took me a while to adjust to the difference in handling but the narrower Q-factor was a huge improvement that I noticed right away. It's 5 or so pounds lighter too which is nice!

Are you going to try jumping your fatty out of that ring of stones?

Very daring.

Great pics you took there.
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Fatpacking the White Rim--2 days 137 miles


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Fatpacking the White Rim--2 days 137 miles


Nice trip.

Do you have a post mounted rack underneath all that gear?
What brand is it? I like the look of one. But how sturdy is it?
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Nice trip.

Do you have a post mounted rack underneath all that gear?
What brand is it? I like the look of one. But how sturdy is it?

Nope, no post mounted rack. The bag is a size medium Apidura bag. Can't get any more sturdy, very well made and no side to side swing.
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Fatpacking the White Rim--2 days 137 miles

oh man!
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