Wallpaper Wednesday – Pennsylvania Fat-bike

Jeffery from Pittsburg, PA sent in this week’s Wallpaper Wednesday photo from the trails in Western PA.

Jeffry says:

I really enjoy your site! It’s been a wealth of information for a first time fat biker. I thought you’d enjoy this shot.

This photo was taken just outside of Pittsburgh on my local trails. This is my first fat bike which I just finished building over the summer. It hasn’t seen snow yet, but I’ve done plenty of trail riding. Mountain biking in western PA during the fall is pretty spectacular. The leaves turn beautiful shades of red, orange, and yellow. Sometimes, the trail disappears beneath them, and it’s fun to fat bike through the fallen leaves till you find your way. The snow will come eventually, but until then, this will do just fine.

Feel free to download it and use it as your own wallpaper. Just click on the image to open the full-sized version which you can right-click to save.

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3 Comments

  1. Fantastic shot. I love the mix of fall colors with a splash of green to put it over the top. Great job & I love the bike. O ya it snowed at my house last night. Woo Who!

  2. I love the picture! And, I know that bike (and owner) and it’s an “awesome” build! I want one just like it!

  3. Sweet shot! These fat bikes are so funky and awesome looking. What do you have to do to build one? Can a regular mtn bike be converted into one? Is the rolling resistance significantly more than a regular mtn bike? Thanks for the pic and the info. Snow is falling a little up here in nw pa. Hoping for more. Tim

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