Wallpaper Wednesday – Fat-bike at Far North Bicentennial Park

[adrotate banner=”38″]


Our Fatbassador, Travis from Anchorage, sent in this week’s Wallpaper Wednesday shot from Far North Bicentennial Park (Campbell Tract).  Travis tells us that it’s a great multiuse trail system in town that is very popular with the Fat crowd. On this ride he counted 23 other fat bikes out on the trails! The park has a mix of double wide trails and single track. The pic was taken next to Campbell Creek at the top of the Rovers Run Trail.

Download the appropriate size and use it as your own wallpaper. Just click on the link below to open the full-sized version which you can right-click to save.

Got your own Wallpaper Worthy Photo? We’d like to feature fat-bikes from around the world!

If you’ve got a fat-bike related image that you feel is “Wallpaper Worthy”, slap it in an email with what, where, why info as well as photographer’s credit to wallpaper@fat-bike.com and you may see your creative work here! Please include a high resolution image to preserve image quality!

About Greg Smith 1127 Articles
Greg Smith, known to many site visitors as Sven Hammer, founded Fat-bike.com in 2011 and the site quickly became the #1 online community for all things Fat. You can currently find Greg outfitting Everyday Cycles; a Milwaukee, WI retailer of gear for fatbikers, adventure cyclists and urban assault riders.