|Drive drive drive|
On Saturday I had about 4 hours to do something out in the country. I rushed to put together my fatbike and bare essentials and drove out to Grand Central. One of my favorite valley's, my goal was to see how a fat bike would do on the "trail". It's a very tundra, bushwacky trail to the base of mnt osbourne, the highest peak on the Seward Peninsula at ~ 4,800 ft. I did this one a number of times but last time was with a crappy bike and had a taco tire within a few miles. I only made it half way up the valley before I ran out of time but it was great to scope out a new route... straight up the grand central river. Better than tundra whacking, high willows and thrashing the bike. Next time will be to the top of Osbourne with the fatbike.
|Nice views up the valley|
|Bare essentials, which one is the mosquito repellent??|
|Straight up grand cental river|
|Yes the fat bike does float.....|