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It’s almost January, and in Minnesota, that means subzero temperatures are on their way. In some cases, extreme temperatures make biking virtually impossible, and we recommend staying indoors in case of severe cold weather emergencies. But milder freezing temps can still be fair weather for winter cycling–especially fat biking.  Preparing yourself with the right gear

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Last updated January 1, 2017 One essential in winter biking is finding a way to keep your body warm.  One of the most difficult body parts to keep warm are the hands and fingers.  Whatever you use to keep your hands warm cannot be too bulky or inhibit movement because you can’t compromise the dexterity

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When fat biking on groomed trails shared with other snow sports (skiing, snowmobiling, etc.) be sure to respect the trail and fellow users of the trail.  The International Mountain Biking Association (IMBA) has a full list of fat bike etiquette guidelines to help all users of shared trails stay safe. Our list of do’s and

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