March made its debut in Vermont and we are now on the same page of the calender as spring. This means, of course, that there is plenty of good snow up in the hills!
Last weekend I took my Pugs out to the Duxbury side of Camel's Hump and found the conditions to be great for fat tires. The trails were packed well from skiers and snowshoers and although that section of VAST trail was closed to snow 'chine traffic it was perfectly accessible by bike.
The climb up Beaver Meadow to the beaver ponds offers spectacular views of our 2nd tallest hill the whole way.
Now of course, the snow is bound to turn to mud and the mud will dry (in some places) to dirt, but it must be said that Fat Bikes are not just for snow anymore. These bikes will take you literally anywhere you want. They float over thick grass, crawl through mud, and give you a bit of cushion over rough terrain. The Fat Bike sector of the bicycle world is only growing as more and more people discover the fun and possibilities that these bikes give. We have two Pugsleys left in stock for the year a Small and a Medium and we have knocked $100 off the sticker price, So come on down and get 'em while they're hot!
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