Sunday, December 2, 2012

Sunrise Ride


A ride before the sunrise means a ride before the crack of noon.  While we don't have hardly any snow and only low temps riding the fatback has been a blast.  I simply love this bike and have put somewhere north of 700 miles since I picked it up. I was skeptical how much better it would be than my wildfire but it is not just a nice ride but a great one... even though the verdict is still out on ... well snow.  It's basically seen only frozen dirt and ice. I can't wait till an actual snow trail. The video below is almost identical to the last one I did, probably because it's a downhill with a good view.  Sarah's original music, as usual too.


2 comments:

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swarna lata Rejeti said...

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