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“…is the ideal mountain bike life a simple matter of being all high fives and cold six packs at the trailhead every day? Does heaven need some Hell Riding to keep it in perspective?” Read Steve “Doom” Fassbinder’s “BROOKS RANGE TRAVERSE”. An account of a nine day fatbike / packraft traverse of Alaska’s Brooks Range.
Morganzo 55: Double Nickels on the Grime. A fifty-five mile all gravel bike ride/race held annually along the west side of the Bridger Mountain Range near Bozeman, MT. Learn more >>
Dave Gray of Surly Bikes shows off the original plans for the surly Pugsley drawn up ca. 2004. Read a full interview with Dave on fat-bike.com.
Jakub Postrzygacz traveled 1,250 miles on a Surly Pugsley through western Australia to become the first person to bicycle the infamously difficult overland route entitled the Canning Stock Route. Three deserts, hundreds of miles of sand dunes, and grassland. Riding between life support giving well water sources Postrzygacz finished the route in just 33 daysContinue Reading