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Great Lakes Fat Bike Series Champion – Jorden Wakeley’s 616 Race Bike

Jorden Wakeley won the GreatLakes Fat Bike Race Series last year and looks like a favorite to repeat. On his way to the Series Championship, Jorden won the coveted Noquemanon race in Marquette, MI that is the ‘self proclaimed’ World Fat-Bike Championship. In just a few days he’ll defend that ‘World Championship’ on a new steel, Six-1-Six […]

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Reader’s Ride(s) – Snow-Wo

Kris Dennan sent us a shot of his Kona that he built up from a frame and fork. It didn’t take too much convincing to get him to do a little reader’s ride(s) write up about his new toy. This is what Kris shared with Fat-Bike about the build. I ride for Kona and have […]

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Reader’s Ride(s) – Josh’s Mukluk

Josh was another of the fat-bike.com faithful who heed the call to exchange words for Interbike Sticker Packs! Take it away, Josh! My Salsa Mukluk might look like an ordinary Salsa Mukluk, but to me, it’s a little different. It wasn’t always MY mukluk, and in fact, at one point, I even looked DOWN on […]

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Reader’s Ride(s) – Richard’s Moonlander

Richard is from Portland, OR. His astute reading, and loyal following of the fat-bike.com site, revealed Gomez’s stickers-for-a-story offer and this prompted him to send in this story about his Moonlander! Thanks, Richard! He says: After several years of lusting over fat bikes I decided to pick up a Surly Moonlander. I went with the […]

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Fat-Tribe Thursday is BACK!

Aileen Frey caught her husband, Scott, admiring a Vibe Cycles, Copper masterpiece, at the (South Western Idaho Mountain Bike Association) SWIMBA rendezvous this weekend. Vibe had three custom fat bikes available to demo on the trails at Eagle Bike Park. Aileen tried out a Vibe Frozen Bitch fatty and was impressed. She added “We learned […]

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Fat Foto Friday ♦ Finnish Double Feature

Juha Liukkonen shot these two ghostly images riding his sweet Snowblind Pugsley on some snow packed trails near Ristiina, Finland. You can check out Jula’s blog at www.liukkonen.net and view his rad pug build here –  Pug’s Year -gallery. Fat Foto Friday is a weekly feature where we try to help kick off everyone’s fat-bike weekend(s)s with a little Fat […]

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Reader’s Ride(s) – The Fat Pearl

Burnsey from over there at Single Speed Pirate sent us info on his latest singlespeed fat-bike build for you all to check out! Here goes! Does a bike-building addiction come standard issue, as a part of the cycling experience? I’m not sure what to do, as I am on a constant mission after many years […]

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FAT-TRIBE Thursday

All of you have been so great at sending us photos and videos of your fat-bike fun that we decided to create a spot on our calendar, where we can share them with everyone! Every week or two, on Thursday, we’ll share  contributions from the World Wide Fat-Bike Tribe. Please feel free to exercise your […]

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Quiring Eye Candy!

We received some Holiday Greetings from our amigo, Scott Quiring along with some pictures of a couple of fat-bikes that he’s been working on in December. We featured a Builder Profile on Quiring Cycles last April. Here’s some great news for you Ti fans out there, Scott tells us that he’s currently working on creating […]

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Reader’s Ride(s) ~ El Pugnago

Written by Drew ♦ Photos by Kim and Drew I’ve enjoyed riding on snow since the first year I got ‘into’ mountain biking.  My second race ever was one of the Hillside ‘Cold Bear Series’ events.  After a handful of Hillside races and a couple of times participating in Triple D I was, honestly, still […]

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Reader’s Rides – Marvin the Moonlander

Fat-bike.com reader, Mark Peterson, hails from Salt Lake City, UT and sent in this story about his Moonlander, “Marvin the Martian”, along with a bunch of pix of the upgrades he’s done. For all you “green” fans out there, Mark has scoured the globe to find anodized green goodness! I have always loved my bikes. […]

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