Monday, 13 October 2014

Doing something right

After biking in, I noticed my heart was pumping hard, legs were a bit sore, was out of breath...  Yes, I am doing something right.  I can already feel that my legs are almost back to where they were before the rear motor gave out.  It's amazing how fast one can loose so much progress in such a short period of time.

Need to find out what the water break away is for fat bikes/motor bikes to ensure my rear fender is actually doing something.

Here is my guess so far but I could be TOTALLY wrong.


  1. I'd hazard a guess and say that back tire can splash you from the bottom of your spine right to the top of your head. That's usually the stripe people get when they ride in the rain without a rear fender.

  2. The top of the tire I have covered I just don't know how low it should go..

  3. I think between your rack and your rear fender you're pretty well covered.

    Only other thing I can think of is try to keep enough clearance for snow that might stick.

    On that note, spray your fender with PAM; the no-stick extends to both food and snow. :D