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FATBIKE group ride 11 months, 1 week ago #44556

although an unofficial count, there are likely at least 5 fat bikes riding the trails in and around Chautauqua County, hope is to firm up plans for some grooming next year.


Re: FATBIKE group ride 11 months, 1 week ago #44557

twright wrote:

Note everybody, that be the *southside* overland trail. That's the other one (the first one being the one that goes through Hammond Hill.

Phil the blunt rode the whole southern route last fall and said it was a great long distance ride.

Re: FATBIKE group ride 11 months, 1 week ago #44558

Re: FATBIKE group ride 10 months, 2 weeks ago #44583

HHE had perfect conditions today, crust on the snow allowed for a fat bike to ride where ever you wanted. video is taking an alternate line by the steam along side Myrtle's Romp

(if the link works)

Re: FATBIKE group ride 10 months, 2 weeks ago #44584

although you have to watch out for the soft spots

Re: FATBIKE group ride 10 months ago #44587

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