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Latest edition to the family
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Just felt the need to tackle the BBH mud with the right equipment...4" of lovely rubberyness Big Grin


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#2
Whoah! Phat, looks good man
Keep it foolish...
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#3
Niiiiice! I'm soooo tempted by an On-One Fatty.
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#4
You'll have a queue of people wanting to give that a bash!
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#5
Starting with me Big Grin

Saw this in the flesh Wednesday and it looked like a lot of fun.
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#6
Love the look of that. Want to have a proper go on a fat bike round familiar trails, looks like a lot of fun.
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#7
The idea was that it'll become a Winter bike, but it's great fun to ride and I'm sure it'll be much more than that.
First impressions are

Is great fun to ride
It climbs like a mountain goat
It's much quicker than you expect it to be
It'll take a corner quicker than you expect

On longer uphills you feel the weight in the wheels but a Hope hubbed with a lighter rim and a tubeless conversion wheel set are all on the cards in the coming months. Currently it weighs in at a respectable 31ibs but that's with the stock On-one wheels.....reckon I can loose around 4ilbs when the wheels are sorted....more if i want to have a tyre change as well.
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#8
Mate that looks awesome, really fancy a fat bike too, seems they're the next big thing Smile
Jay Dubster.
Moved to Radstock (nr Bath) but often in Medway & up for a pootle.

2015 Whyte T130 Yari
2009 Trek 8000
2014 Boardman Team Carbon (yawn) 
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#9
New wheels are nearly ready to go on it too so that'll change its appearance......hopefully for the better. I'll post some more pictures when it's all done Big Grin
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