Monteria FatBike Race 2018 – Mud & Snow Fat Festival
Feb14

Monteria FatBike Race 2018 – Mud & Snow Fat Festival

By Michal Smieszek (Fatbike.com.pl) Poland – a country behind the “fat curtain”; where there is no snow but white bears are still seen crossing the streets of it’s cities and villages. Well… that is only a quarter of the “real truth” – indeed I have seen some “polar bears” slowly crossing my street…every Friday at midnight. But sometimes we do have snow showers, and most importantly we do have nice fatbiking movement here.  And that’s...

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Winter Camp 2018….the write up.
Feb08

Winter Camp 2018….the write up.

As I lay out my riding kit for tomorrow’s commute, my mind wanders to happier times. Snow, mountains, beers, belly laughs, friends old and new….all the things which Winter Camp 2018 delivered in abundance. And a wry smile falls across my face. Here’s what we got up to… Thursday 25th January 2018 – The Travel Day A 03:45 alarm saw me spring out of bed like a kid on Christmas Day, having had the best nights sleep I’d...

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More GFBD in The Peaks…
Feb04

More GFBD in The Peaks…

Like buses…..none, then two photo posts at once! This time, thanks go to Karl Leach for his photography skills. Another beer owed!...

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GFBD In the Peaks – The Photos
Feb04

GFBD In the Peaks – The Photos

Having been let down by the “official” photographer, we are extremely grateful to Alexandra Mehesz for sending us these photos, taken on the day by her friend Szilard Krizmanics. Many thanks to you both, we definitely owe you a couple of beers! So, better late than never; get yourself a hot drink, make yourself comfortable and cast your mind back to that cold, wet day in December. Enjoy! (Click each image to...

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Coming soon…..
Jan30

Coming soon…..

Winter Camp 2018 The photos. The video. The thrills, spills and dirty details……...

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Snow Bike Festival, Gstaad – stage 3
Jan24

Snow Bike Festival, Gstaad – stage 3

Weather is what it is on race day and the alpine weather was certainly doing its best to challenge us! After the previous stage’s sub zero temperatures and firm snow, a warm overnight front turned snow to rain up to the higher reaches of the Gstaad valley. The organisers had no choice but to reduce the 29km of racing and 786m of climbing to just over 17km in order to keep the route flowing and avoid the snow turned slush that now...

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