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  • hexhamstu
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    Saw fat bikes, closed tab.

    Premier Icon mikewsmith
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    meh looks flat & dull

    MrSmith
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    Whimsical aspirational images for nodder beardies and their clown bikes. I’ll pass thanks.

    bikeneil
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    mcmoonter
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    Ah well, it floated my boat.

    Five minutes in and universal thumbs down. You didn’t get to the gravel racing then?

    fudge9202
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    Fat bikes! nah, sorry

    toys19
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    Worked for me. V nice mr mcmoonter, thanks.

    b45her
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    fat bikes are even sillier than 29ers, of no interest to me at all

    Premier Icon rOcKeTdOg
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    Some short sighted miserable luddites on here, it’s biking, it’s stunning scenery, only the lobotomised can’t see that

    Premier Icon Teetosugars
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    Saw it on twitter earlier.
    Loved it.

    brakes
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    or those that don’t want the Emperor’s new clothes.

    Premier Icon jameso
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    Miserable lot : )

    You should’ve posted a pics of loads of men in lycra 1-pc body suits, grimacing in sufferland, or maybe some enduro-ers roosting some loam. That’s acceptable.

    rickt
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    Opened and closed…….

    but added to favorites to take a read when I get a spare minute(s) hours.. – could do with issue 1 and 2 first!

    MrSmith
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    Not being interested in a niche pursuit that’s a further distilled part of a niche pursuit does not mean you are miserable.

    Dark Side
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    some beautiful images there. Will download and read on my flight tomorrow.

    Ringo
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    Very nice cheers

    vorlich
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    Saw it tweeted earlier, some nice looking rides. I don’t really get the waxed moustaches and daft caps though.

    ssnowman
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    Looks good, thanks for posting

    Premier Icon jameso
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    Mr S – no, but having to express your disinterest or grading of niche-perception may suggest a lack of happy )

    It’s just touring..

    timc
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    nice pics, cba reading it

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    mcmoonter – Member
    Open at your peril….

    You shouldn’t promote magazines that encourage actual cycling in this forum.

    It takes time to read, time that your critics prefer to use for romantic liaisons with themselves.

    And anyway, I expected a humungous wood pile pic…

    ๐Ÿ™‚

    MrSmith
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    It’s just touring..

    Why not have “niche touring pics” instead of an invitation to “dare to be inspired” then?
    Now I know how those little kids felt at the Lapland theme park that consisted of mud and a toy reindeer ๐Ÿ˜ฅ

    mcmoonter
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    Irrespective of the wheel or tyre size I think the landscapes the guys are riding through is the inspiring part.

    _tom_
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    Whimsical aspirational images for nodder beardies and their clown bikes. I’ll pass thanks.

    ๐Ÿ˜† Pretty much that!

    Premier Icon whippersnapper
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    Haven’t clicked link. Do want to be part of mcmoonter’s pic…preferably knowing whilst sitting in that building that one of those bikes belonged to me. Inpired maybe, probably more dreaming. No interest in a fat bike of my own. Do own 29er. And a beard.

    dirtyrider
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    rather be out on my bike in any one of the photos that sat in my job tomorrow

    No time! Have to compress bike fun into too few hours so corners, drops, jumps and steeps must be maximised for satisfaction. At another time of life (younger or older) then yes, very nice! Not now, must shred. ๐Ÿ˜‰

    mcmoonter
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    I fancy a bash at this next September. 500 miles, lots of it on singletrack looping together hot springs. Scoots of to find flights to Idaho.

    Bike Touring Special: The 500-Mile Idaho Hot Springs Mountain Bike Route

    Premier Icon joat
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    This log shed building is getting a bit extreme, but at least it’s not far to the stove. ๐Ÿ˜‰

    Premier Icon rOcKeTdOg
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    Not being interested in a niche pursuit

    It’s called cycling, I dunno why some of you frequent the “bike” forum at all

    Premier Icon debaser
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    Lovely photography and some stunning scenery, bookmarked to read some of the articles another time.

    Gravel racing looks rubbish though, don’t quite get that concept.

    Premier Icon miketually
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    I think it looks great and I’ll have a proper read later.

    I have a beard and own a monstercross fixie with Midge bars.

    mogrim
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    Nice photos, and some very nice places to ride – but the titles of the articles put me off reading it, looks like the schmaltzy crap that Dirtrag mag often came (comes?) out with.

    mcmoonter
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    Gravel racing looks rubbish though, don’t quite get that concept.

    I think the problem the Americans have is that so much of their land is in private ownership. My experience touring over there is of huge tracts of land with no trespassing signs. I suppose if gravel roads are all you have to ride through a wilderness on you may as well have a race on ’em.

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    mcmoonter – Member

    You didn’t get to the gravel racing then?

    I didn’t simply because the thing took so long to load on my laptop. (Even before the post-school internet slowdown.)

    I’d probably read a bit more if I could find some patience somewhere.

    Premier Icon ibnchris
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    Great mag Mcmoonter – I don’t think my other half will thank you for showing it to me though. Plans are already being hatched…

    monkeychild
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    Cheers for the link. It looks good I’ll check it on te iPad later ๐Ÿ™‚

    Premier Icon johnhe
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    Great looking mag, but it really is overloaded with beardy faces and funny looking handlebars.

    problem0
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    Liked the JOGLE story – Those Americans eh?

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