Klas Mathiasson sent us this shot from northern Sweden. Klas explained that he’s running Pringles instead of water because water would just freeze. #frozenpringles
Julio Bustos Soto – Central Massachusetts #fatboy
Michael Higham – Twin Rocks Oregon
“An early Saturday morning ride in December 2020 on the Snowy Owl Trail in Bragg Creek, Alberta.”Rob Charron (Calgary, AB)
This picture is of a flooded forest (in Ontario) that is inaccessible most of the year and is only rideable when it freezes over and has a blanket of snow to make a trail between the trunks. Over the years the trees have died and all the bark and branches have fallen off making it look like a stand of giant toothpicks. Ride on.Trevor (Allroy) Hughes
Southwest Iowa, just west of Macedonia, Iowa.
Photographer: Pat Schoening
Seems like a Sesame Street episode trying to explain the difference between Light and Heavy. Also drawing awareness of an inability to spell Light when alcohol is involved. It would be cool to see Grover pound a Miller Lite every time he explained the difference 🥴Pat Schoening
Here’s a picture that I took of my friend Jon Crane in Nashua, New Hampshire a few weeks ago.Tom Mahoney
Manu N Menon and his Cosmic Fat-Bike in Kochi, Kerala, on the south-west coast of India. #internationalhouseoffatbikes
Fat-bike.com is great! Love looking around on lunch break dreaming about my next bike ride.Shawn Farwell – (Corning, New York)
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