This week’s Wallpaper Wednesday comes to us from The Dude, His Dudeness, or, uh, Duder, or maybe El Duderino, if you’re not into the whole brevity thing. This is what he shared about his WW submission – “Tumalo Creek Trail. Taken 4/12/23. Bend (Oregon) has had an abundant year of snowfall in the hills. Yet […]
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Today is about how the Blizzard filled my dance card this summer with a Wren Inverted Fork and how it performed over this past winter(ish) season.
Our friends at Rocky Mountain Bicycles have a new fat bike called the Blizzard Carbon 50 that I’ve been lucky enough to put some miles on here in the big whiskey recently. The Blizzard was announced in August last year. I’m here to tell you that this bike was well worth the wait. The waiting […]
BLIZZARD CARBON FRAME FEATURES The Blizzard Carbon has been updated to include a variety of new frame features. SMOOTHWALL CARBON SMOOTHWALL carbon uses one of the world’s most sophisticated carbon processes to deliver industry leading stiffness-to-weight, ride quality, and durability. We eliminate excess resin and fibers by using rigid internal molds instead of traditional air […]
Sven and I are at Sea Otter and we began our trip with the folks from Rocky Mountain Bikes for their launch of the Sherpa! The Sherpa is a dual suspension B+ wheeled machine designed and built for the rider that wants to explore. The overland rider is someone that RM describes as the […]
by Matt Gersib As we roll into 2015, there are an increasing number of fat bikes claiming to be “developed for Bluto”, but just what that means is open for interpretation. Much as we were back in 2005 with 29″ers, the fatbike world is today wrapping its arms around how geometry and suspension can and […]
We just received our Rocky Mountain Blizzard for long term testing, so when I saw that Andreas from RM had gotten his freeride amigos, Brett, Wade and Gulley together to make a fat-bike edit, we just had to share it! This is what they shared about Fat Free! We have to admit, we were hesitant about the fat […]