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Welcoming the New Year on the fatbike
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Sorry it was so cool I had to share 3 pics!
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Finally some sun after what seems like weeks of overcast. I decided to take the afternoon off and spend some quality time with the FatBike and the Zara dog :)

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Another nice fat bike ride with the pup. The trails were perfect.

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Great outdoor pics. I got rid of my 26x4 fat bike in favor of a Trek 29+ Stache. I had a great time on the fat bike year round, but the Stache is 10 pounds lighter and handles a lot better. But I still suck at hill climbing, although I can climb some hills I couldn't on the fat bike. Don't know if it's my technique. or just poor leg strength.
 

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Great outdoor pics. I got rid of my 26x4 fat bike in favor of a Trek 29+ Stache. I had a great time on the fat bike year round, but the Stache is 10 pounds lighter and handles a lot better. But I still suck at hill climbing, although I can climb some hills I couldn't on the fat bike. Don't know if it's my technique. or just poor leg strength.
I got to the same outcome for a year round bike by adding a 27.5+ wheelset to my fat bike. Given the amount of time I ride blue and above trails in the summer (ie not much) this is a pretty good compromise for me.
 

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