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Old 06-10-19, 08:51 PM
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Originally Posted by DropBarFan View Post
Looks super-comfy & nice for snow too.
Yep. This bike was ok but the tires can't cut mushy stuff like snow or sand.




You can see some of the parts I'm striping off for the fat bike build like bar ends, cargo cage, rack and saddle. Looking forward to stripping this bike back to bare bones as an old school mtb as it was quite light before being set up for touring. I'm thinking of making a small trailer too for the fat bike so I can haul a dive tank and gear to remote settings
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