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Racing The Sun - A Short Film

We hope you enjoy our short film, Racing The Sun.

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Developing Bucksaw: The Story Behind Our Full-Suspension Fatbike

Today, I’m sharing the story of how Bucksaw, our full-suspension fatbike, came to be. Grab a cup of coffee…or perhaps a pint…and immerse yourself in some fully-suspended fatbike history.

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Introducing Bucksaw

Today, we are pleased to introduce Bucksaw, our full-suspension fatbike.

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When One Second Is All You Need

When the exchange tent came into view, I could hear everyone counting down.

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Putting It Together At The Fat Pursuit

I once quit a race over a decade ago, and I still remember how horrible I felt. It is something I never want to experience again.

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The Good Life: White Mountains

Sometimes a picture really is worth a thousand words.

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Safety While Bikepacking: One Woman’s Perspective

There’s something magical about spending the night out alone, in the wilderness, with only your thoughts and your bike for company. Unfortunately, there seemed to be a fairly high internal barrier that keeps many people from loading up bikes with overnight gear and a bit of food to spend the night in some place unique: namely, Fear.

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Flatlander At The Fat Pursuit: Part Three

Today, we conclude Guest Blogger Christopher Tassava’s tale of racing at the first-ever Fat Pursuit. -Kid
I didn’t know it at that moment, but I was nearing the end of my race.

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Flatlander At The Fat Pursuit: Part Two

We continue with Part Two of Christopher Tassava’s story from the Fat Pursuit. -Kid
In the darkness, I tried to remind myself that moving was the only way I would get to the second checkpoint, but that eating and drinking were mandatory, and that resting was okay.

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Flatlander At The Fat Pursuit: Part One

This week’s Guest Blogger is Christopher Tassava. Enjoy! -Kid
Sitting here on my sofa with dead legs and great memories, I can say that I am probably the luckiest fatbike racer in the country.

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