Caution: DO NOT WATCH, you will be hooked

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8 years 6 days ago #36848 by jrss13
jrss13 replied the topic: Re: Caution: DO NOT WATCH, you will be hooked
I'm not sure if anyone saw this post on MTBR a few weeks back... but I found it completely amazing.

forums.mtbr.com/showthread.php?t=675995

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8 years 6 days ago #36845 by The Todd-ler
The Todd-ler replied the topic: Re: Caution: DO NOT WATCH, you will be hooked
Those do look amazing. Want a SS version. Those guys are just spinning thru what looks like heavy snow.

Goes to show, huge fat tires would improve winter biking greatly.
Whats the fattest 29er tire being made now?

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8 years 6 days ago - 8 years 6 days ago #36844 by Jon Sundquist
Jon Sundquist replied the topic: Re: Caution: DO NOT WATCH, you will be hooked
Don't worry, already hooked on trails in winter

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8 years 6 days ago #36841 by Scotto
Scotto created the topic: Caution: DO NOT WATCH, you will be hooked
Check out this thread about fat-tire bikes. Make sure you watch the videos of people riding them. A great write up too. I will have one of these for next winter.
forums.mtbr.com/showthread.php?t=580906

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