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    Fat bikes make tracks (on snow and sand and mud and...)

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    Good article Lil'tom, very well written. I am finding more and more of their tracks in loose sandy backcountry trails where a standard moutain bike would be unhappily struggling to keep from sinking in.
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    There are quite a few of these around Whitehorse. We have a few very committed short commute cyclists that can be seen commuting at -40c.

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    I brought mine to Wyoming for Thanksgiving and have been wandering the desert on it the past couple days. They're fun bikes and definitely have their niche - much like the TW.

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