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Full Spectrum Cycling Podcast #12 – St Paddy’s Day Rides

Playing bikes on the skating rink – Photo courtesy of Fyxation! Full Spectrum Cycling Podcast #12 Justin Timberline’s REAL Birthday Ride Growler Holder – http://growlergrabber.com The best cycling route from the Eastside MKE to McBob’s St Paddy’s Day Parade – Windy and Rainy Held’s Beef Jerky Our Beer – Founder’s All Day IPA There’s always […]

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Fat-bike Invasion Continues on Fat Tuesday

With the rise of the fat-bike, and media efforts world wide attaching themselves to the juggernaut of fat-bike mania, another chapter of the Fat-bike Invasion was written on Tuesday as Fat-bikers descended on Ray’s Indoor Mountain Bike Park for the Fat Freakin’ Tuesday event to meld to worlds of indoor mountain biking and all-season fat-biking. […]

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Wallpaper Wednesday – Beaker Takes Flight

Local Fat-Bike.com test pilot, Colin “Beaker” Ford, takes flight on a recent Lake Michigan Beach ride. 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. Got your own Wallpaper Worthy Photo? If you’ve got a fat-bike […]

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Steel is Real 2012

The annual Steel is Real ride went off this past Saturday and was, by all accounts, a rousing success. Billed as a 25-mile bike crawl through the underbelly of Milwaukee, that is a fairly accurate description. It helps to know that Pee Oui Roubaix, the founder of the Fat tire Tour of Milwaukee, runs this […]

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Santa Rampage ~ Milwaukee ~ 2011

The first time I ever met Sven and Puck was at either the Fat-Tire Tour of Milwaukee or Santa Rampage. We’re blessed with a rich and diverse cycling culture in Wisconsin…from the Cyclocross National Championships or the Chequamegon Fat Tire Festival – to the Tour of America’s Dairyland or the first ever ‘Rails to Trails’ trail built, our state […]

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