JohnClimber is in the Wallpaper Wednesday Hall of Fame. He’s one of our longest-running contributors. John has also been a guest on the Danger Gnome Podcast. Check out all of his amazing Wallpapers right HERE Got your own Wallpaper Worthy Photo? We love to feature your fat-bike photos from around the world! If you’ve got a […]
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John Climber is back with this week’s Wallpaper Wednesday. John’s a veteran contributor of gorgeous fat-bike pixels from the British Isles and beyond. I liked this shot, because it reminds me of one of my favorite ride centers over here in the Colonies in the Northwoods of Wisconsin. Got your own Wallpaper Worthy Photo? We […]
Our long time contributor Johnclimber captured this image on a stormy day over in England. This is what John shared about the photo that currently occupies my computer’s desktop wallpaper. Hi Gomez, This photo was taken on my local Merseyside (England) beach and trails Fat Bike Sunday morning loop. The photo was taken on Southport […]
Video Interviews with Charlie Hobbs, Jeff Price, John Climber, and the Coast Kid, Bruce Mathieson about the UK Fat-Bike Scene, Packrafting, and more.
3 weeks after filming my SLATE video I made a return to the area as a friend of mine, Allen, really wanted to see the slate sights. So we quickly picked our date and was joined by John Climber. The 3 of us set off on a very humid Sunday afternoon which had plenty of […]
Welcome to the 2018 Global Fat-Bike Day Film Festival. It’s an honor to host this year’s GFBDFF and we have an excellent post prepared with twenty-one celebrations from around the globe! Let me introduce our first guest presenter, the very first recipient of our Bivvy a Month Merit Badge, Mr. Jeff Price! JP – Here is […]
John ‘Climber’, one of Fat-bike,com’s friends decided it would be a great idea to get people who are packraft curious together in North Wales, UK. Luckily for me the venue was just a 1 hour drive away which was on the shores of Bala lake. However the attraction of trying out packrafts attracted people from […]
JohnClimber aka John Moore has been a frequent contributor to our Wall Paper Wednesday Parade of Stupendous Pixels over the years. This week’s feature coincides with the Vernal Equinox and I think John has captured the terse handshake between old man winter and the promise of spring. Here’s what John shared about this weeks WW feature photo. The […]
This week’s Wallpaper Wednesday comes to us from our amigo Johnclimber over in the UK. He describes his photo as “bivi spot hunting around the sand dunes and woods around Formby (north of the city of Liverpool, England).” You can see more of John’s sterling examples of the fat-bike life abroad on his Flickr […]
JohnClimber aka John Moore is a legacy contributor to the site. This week’s Wallpaper Wednesday features John’s Titanium Traverse Fat-Bike on Formby Beach. I’ve seen photos of this Antony Gormley sculpture many times before I looked up the artist. Click that link if you want to see more of Gormley’s sculptures. I enjoyed quite a […]
Let’s take a look back at the year’s Best Wallpaper Wednesday images from 2017. January This photo was taken by Rocky Hallows in Dixie National Forest near Cedar City, Utah and Brian Head Ski Resort. February Paul captured his fat-bike in the Peak District in Derbyshire, England. March Fat biking the Mineral Belt Trail in the […]
For years I’ve always had a dream of riding somewhere desolate and remote on my bike. I thought that dream was just going to stay a dream as I’m a normal guy with a wife and 3 kids. However, last December during a bivvy ride with my mate, John ‘Climber’ I planted a seed of […]
Weekly Dose of Fat – Show Number 81 – Friday, November 20th 2015 Today special guest Chris Sulfrian Cycles calls in from Reeb to talk about their new, wider Donkadonk. Sven and Gomez, along with JK Livin’, are in the studio with the Weekly Dose of Fat and take calls from listeners. Fat-Bike Radio, and […]
John Moore shot his On One Fatty out on the Marin Trail in North Wales. We have a few stumps on my home trail, with messages carved into them, but nothing as cool as this. What’s cool where you ride? Next time you ride by that big rock that looks like a gnome or a jackalope…..stop […]