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Old 09-19-18, 12:27 PM
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Fatbike Arizona Trail Blog posts.

Hey guys, we've been blogging our bike tour and thru hike over this summer, I picked up a fatbike and of course I'm blogging some about that as well.
I live in Flagstaff, Arizona and my plan is to bike pack the Arizona Trail in the spring. Right now I'm pretty much figuring out fatbikes, learning how to MTB again and the whole bikepacking thing as well. If you'd like to check out the blog I'll post think link below. You can also subscribe so every time I put out a new blog post you get it emailed right to you.

Fatbike to Fisher point on the Arizona Trail

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Originally Posted by Domromer View Post
Hey guys, we've been blogging our bike tour and thru hike over this summer, I picked up a fatbike and of course I'm blogging some about that as well.
I live in Flagstaff, Arizona and my plan is to bike pack the Arizona Trail in the spring. Right now I'm pretty much figuring out fatbikes, learning how to MTB again and the whole bikepacking thing as well. If you'd like to check out the blog I'll post think link below. You can also subscribe so every time I put out a new blog post you get it emailed right to you.

Fatbike to Fisher point on the Arizona Trail

Post some of the adventures here and fellow riders will become interesting.

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Nice post! I love that photograph of the Pugsley in that shallow valley. The mood looks sweet.
I'm considering putting fatties on my LHT. Can you tell me what tires you have on the LHT shown in the truck?
Thanks Domromer.
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I’m so looking forward to reading this blog.

Arizona in underrated as a mountain bike destination.
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We just got back from thru hiking the Arizona Trail so I've not been doing much bikepacking. Here is a quick over night ride I did before we started our thru hike.

Overnight bike packing on the Arizona Trail

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