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…
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.
Alright you nordorkers, here’s to taking over your trails and forever leaving a lasting tire mark on that sweet corduroy. Ok – so it probably won’t be that easy, we know you will submit endless “letters to the editor” and argue until you win. The Nordic Center folks work hard every year to please nordic and skate skiers, but with all new things comes controversy in Crested Butte. I could go on and on, but I’ll save this talk for winter. Currently we are able to ride every single dirt trail in and around Crested Butte while the aspen leaves turn gold, this rocks! We are very very blessed to be living in such a beautiful area of the country, a place where I may never leave. Here is a little stoke for winter. Your thinking… another ski video, well your wrong. The fat bike world is only growing and it looks like Grand Targhee is at the forefront of the culture. Check it!