Monthly Archives: December 2013

Hobble Creek, Right Fork

A ride report by the Professor Bullet and I wanted to do a long snow ride today so we headed up to Hobble Creek in Springville. The right fork gets a fair amount of snowmobile traffic, and it is not that steep, at least as far as Wardsworth Canyon. I rode this more than a […]

Training for the JayP Backyard Fat Pursuit

An article by the Professor Even after musing about how difficult it is to ride in the snow, I have entered this race in the 60K category. As I am new to fat bikes this season, this will be a new experience for me. However, I am not new to endurance type races. I come […]

The Littlest Fat Biker

An article by the Professor Bullet and I demoed a couple fat bikes from Mad Dog Cycles and took our boys out for a fat bike ride. I originally intended to take my 17 year old son, but he started feeling ill last night and was in no shape to ride this morning. Lars, my […]

December Group Ride

Last Saturday, December 21st, the Fat Bike Brigade (minus Doc who was out of town) joined with Jake Weber of Epic Biking in Saratoga Springs (UT) for a group fat bike ride. We met at the Park and Ride at the mouth of American Fork Canyon, then carpooled up to Tibble Fork. We had nine […]

Riding in the snow is hard work!

A ride report by the Professor I managed to get out and ride twice last week. After being in Taiwan for a week, I was pretty jet-lagged out and way behind at work.Tuesday night Bullet and I went for a night ride up the Alpine Loop Road from Pine Hollow. Conditions were okay, though got […]

Bikepacking in the Canadian Rockies

A repost by the Professor. Here is a nice report of a bikepacking trip in the Canadian Rockies this past summer. They were riding half-fat bikes.

Fat Bike Tour in Peru

A repost by the Professor. Here is a nice photo essay of a fat bike tour in Peru. Nice blog as well.

The Trail to True Grit

A ride report by Bullet. A few months back I had the wild notion that I should do a 50-mile mountain bike race. Now that may not be such a wild notion for many. Let me put it into perspective for you. A few years ago I found that I had been swallowed up by “life” […]