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    talkeetna mountains Alaska snow riding

    riding on packed snomachine trails on a honda fat cat into the talkeetna mountains near Wasilla Alaska. good times. snow gett I g so fter in the afternoon so you have to be off the trail by two pm. done alot of cross cou try skiing here this winter and it was my first decent bike trip this year.

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    Sweet!!!! Awesome pics, thanks for sharing.
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    What a great place for a hunting tree stand in picture 2.
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    Is there a matching Snowshoe rack for the rear? 'Cause I like the front one.

    Wish our TW's had the Fat Cat's twin rear brake cables. fat cat.jpg t would be nice to apply both front and rear brakes with just the right hand lever. Wingnut adjuster position varies the brake proportioning to a certain extent and one can alwys feed in more rear bias with the right foot. I've found it isn't always convenient to have one's right foot on brake pedal.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chip View Post
    What a great place for a hunting tree stand in picture 2.
    Too much slope. Mr. Bigbar would walk right up it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fred View Post
    Is there a matching Snowshoe rack for the rear? 'Cause I like the front one.

    Wish our TW's had the Fat Cat's twin rear brake cables. fat cat.jpg t would be nice to apply both front and rear brakes with just the right hand lever. Wingnut adjuster position varies the brake proportioning to a certain extent and one can alwys feed in more rear bias with the right foot. I've found it isn't always convenient to have one's right foot on brake pedal.
    you could try adapting the tw to have this feature using a Honda a tv brake lever and a fat cat brake arm. I bought tge parts to do it but never did. they made a rear rack for the fatcat but I dont have it unfortunately. that one is custom. good eye on tge handbrake idea!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chip View Post
    What a great place for a hunting tree stand in picture 2.
    yeah that area is so nice I just love it. just a day later and the snow is way too soft so I'm forced back on the snomachine or skis

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