This is the 3rd and final race of the Maine Winter Fat Bike Series. Located in Bangor on an 80 acre recreational area, the course is 90% single track and is one sweet ride. You will find plenty of climbing and fast descentes at the old ski area.
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10 hours ago
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Maybe I fixed it!!
10 hours ago
This probably does not help, but the trails were rock hard and awesome in winslow. See above video
Snowmobile trails are rock hard and icy in Gray. As long as it got traffic when it was warm I'd expect the same.
6 days ago
That ride has been on my list forever!!
FYI: the Turner One-Lunger is Saturday. My guess is that the loop will be trashed on Sunday
Well wanna shoot it on Sunday? We will have plenty of excuses if we fail...
You better start and finish early. NWS says 33 by 11. Or go to Norway and do a race.
Closed group but it is this posting. Jason Shiers shared Roberts Farm Preserve's event. 4 hrs If the weather and trails cooperate, I’m offering a pre- & post- ride to this Sunday’s Fat Bike Dash at Roberts. Going to meet at the Beal Street trailhead at 8:15-am/8:30am and ride thru the trail system, across the bog and lake to event! Should be about a 4-mile ride. Any takers?
It does say it's going to be cloudy in the morning.
No problem, In the fields it will be instantly soft when the sun does come out. You like to run though.
If I wasn't racing I'd be in. I think it's a brutal slog right now.
So that went about as well as expected, 4" of fresh over night. Averaged 4 mph until I pulled the plug. Next time I'll pick a day with better conditions.