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Dusted off fat Boris

Old 03-04-19, 06:24 PM
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Dusted off fat Boris

Not sure why I bought a fatbike last year but tuned up the fatty and plan on hitting some trails. A fatbike is always fun to ride.
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Old 03-06-19, 02:46 PM
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"Finally got fatty off roadDang! Climbs like a mountain goat runs over almost anything and I came close but didnít wreck Took the Motobecane Boris to Hill Country SNA near Bandera Texas. Hard pack rough terrain so I ran around 10 psi and had a blast. The wider cranks made me smash the pedals a few times but that is how it goes. Not so much fun on the gravel roads but it begs to hit the trails. Overall a very fun way to ride what my neighbors say is a clown bike "

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