Here is a video of my first month on my Surly Moonlander, It’s been very fun to say the least. Ullr even gave us some early season snow to romp on.
Here is a video that Peter Bassinger posted on iditabike.com. Is it weird that I am completely enthralled with these fat bike races, even before my first real fatty race? I see it as a good thing, this side of the industry has so much fun!
Olov Stenlund made a pretty sweet video here: check out site http://bikelifeinswedishlapland.com/ its well worth your time.
Cool video, I would love to head to the west cost and ride on some sand! Hope your Monday is going…
Since the leaves have started to change, my mindset has as well. No longer do I feel the need to squeeze rides in, or bust my ass on my bike. I was getting a bit worried towards the end of the summer. I really do like riding my bike with friends, and for fun, but my mind and body were telling me to train. Lucky for me, that mindset has shifted to riding with friends, drinking beer, and working. Check out a few photos of my fall adventure thus far.
This video almost makes me a little sad. A large storm is starting to approach the Colorado area, making all but a few trails around Crested Butte a sloppy mess, and not ridable. It’s ok however, fat bikes are meant for snow, and sand, and whats in this video. I can’t wait till next year to test out Farris Creek on the fatty. I guess its time for winter.