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4/28/13 7:33 A

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Thanks for the posting the video. I have been riding my 907 fat bike on dirt lately. The low-pressure fat tires stick to the trail like velcro.

I have a Specialized Allez sport road bike, Which is fun, smooth and fast on a good hard surface. I have two full suspension mountain bikes. The ultimate trail bike is my 26" Specialized Camber. My "all mountain" bike is a 29" Specialized Stumpjumper FSR. For snow , sand and all loose conditions, I have the 907 fattie. For cruising over rough pavement, dirt rods and an occasional trail, I have a Surly Cross Check cyclocross rig.

I have the right tool, for every type of riding I like to do. What is my favorite? The bike I am riding, of course!

Bruce

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4/26/13 1:52 P

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While good equipment makes a difference, this just shows it's the rider that matters. I am in awe (but still not buying a fat bike, a fixie, a single speed, or a $4000 espresso machine).

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4/26/13 1:22 P

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