Monthly Archives: November 2013

Trek Farley Video Review

A video review by Bullet

A Ride up to Mineral Basin—American Fork Canyon

A ride report by the Professor. I went for a ride today up American Fork Canyon, looking for snow. I missed the last group ride in the snow because I was out of town on business. I also enjoy riding solo—lots of time to think. I drove up to Tibble Fork Reservoir and started my […]

Available Fat Bike Tires

A repost by the Professor. I came across this list of available fat bike tires on the mtbr fat bike forum. The options are getting better. It will be even better when the big boys like Trek/Bontrager and Specialized offer fat tires. I wonder if other MTB tire manufacturers will offer fat tires in the […]

Bunyan Velo Online Magazine

A Repost by the Professor. Bunyan Velo is a new online quarterly cycling journal. They describe it as “A quarterly collection of photographs, essays, and stories celebrating the simple pleasures of traveling by bicycle.” So far three issues have been published. The content, both the writing and photography, is top notch and there have been […]

Trek Farley: Detailed Review

A Review by Bullet. I’ve had my Farley for a month now and have put about 150 miles on it in just about every imaginable trail condition. I feel I am ready to deliver a competent, informed review. Let’s start with the easy stuff. Cosmetics and Style I’m not crazy about a black paint job on my […]

First Fat Snow Ride: Coyote Canyon Loop

Today was our first Fat Bike Brigade group ride and we had a total of seven riders ranging in age from 14 to 54. I would call that a success. And we woke up to our first significant snowfall of the season.  Though it was snowing this morning it was not really sticking to anything […]

Another Iceland Fat Bike Expedition

A Repost by the Professor. Here is another cool Iceland expedition on a fat bike. More fuel for our dreams.