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Every month I find the world of fat bikes getting more and more interesting. Below is the latest creation from Carver bikes, the TRANS-Fat full suspension fat bike. Here are some direct quotes from the Carver website: “A project that … Continue reading
I wanted to build a titanium snow bike capable of running 4.7″ Surly BFL or Husker Du 4.0, so here it is: Behold, the Carver O’Beast Ti Snow Bike. I tried on this build to feature parts from smaller and/or … Continue reading
Well it looks like the war is heating up to get the Surly Big Fat Larry 4.7″ tires on snow bikes. First the Surly Moonlander, Twenty2cycles Bully, and now(drum roll please) the latest generation Carver Ti Snow Bike called the ‘OBeast! … Continue reading
Are we seeing the future of full suspension fatbikes taking shape, I think so. Well the team at Salsa are working on it right now! You can follow the link below and post your comments on there website to help … Continue reading
Here is an article from my friend over at The All Seasons Cyclist who just complete his Surly Necromancer(Black Ops Pug). Be sure to check out the Shimano Alfine 8-Speed IGH. This is one of my favorite sites I like … Continue reading
Here is a few shots of my 2011 Surley Pugsley with some new goodies I recently purchased and installed. A special thanks to Eric over at Revelate Designs who does a great job on these bags. The fit, finish and … Continue reading
A great video showing you the difference a Surly Pugsley can make in the snow vs. a mountain bike.
Pugsley was created to go where standard ‘all terrain’ bikes flounder. The floatation and traction afforded by large-volume, low-pressure tires can get you over and through otherwise unrideable terrain, such as sand, mud, wet rocks and roots, ice, and many … Continue reading
A bunch of parts showed up from Alaska to Jeff from Indiana. What a great build! “I didn’t have a way to press in the headset, so it’s at the shop right now….All the rest of the parts are ready … Continue reading