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1. Fat Bike School: Getting to Know BIG Wheels and Tires

Fat bikes create new opportunities on sand and snow. They’ll also have you learning a few new tricks, and Nicholas Carman runs us through the details.

By Nicholas Carman is blogging for Adventure Cycling during Fat Bike February.
2. Not Just for Snow: Fat Bikes in the Desert

You know fat bikes go with snow, and riders are finding all that flotation works well in sand too. Nicholas Carman fills us in on the fat bike and “plus” bike details with plenty of great photos.

By Nicholas Carman celebrates Fat Bike February with Adventure Cycling.
3. Adventure Cycling Staff: Out There, Fat Biking, Using Great Gear

The staff of Adventure Cycling is out there, especially on fat bikes this month, using great skinny-tire and fat-tire gear, and selling it in our Cyclosource store too. 

4. Snow? Moose? No Problem. My Winter Fat Bike Commute in Alaska - Lael Wilcox

After falling in love with bikes, she found herself in snow-packed Anchorage for the winter. Question: What to do? Answer: Fat bike!

By Lael Wilcox is helping Adventure Cycling celebrate Fat Bike February.
5. Winter Micro-Adventures in Alaska by Fat Bike

Nicholas Carman and Lael Wilcox can plan and pack for a big bike trip in hours, but winter bike travel is a different beast, and they used short overnight trips to learn how to have fun on their fat bike overnighters in Alaska.

6. Bike Bits Vol. 18, No. 23, December 7, 2016
7. Lavanya Pant wins Lael Wilcox's Baja Divide Scholarship

And here's a reminder that Adventure Cycling offers a Young Adult Bike Travel Scholarship. Applications are due by Dec. 31, 2016.

8. Photos From The Baja Divide By Nicholas Carman

Their Baja Divide route is published. Plus, Nicholas and Lael are offering a scholarship to help one lucky lady ride this beautiful route this season. Need photos? Here they are ...

9. Building a Bike for the Baja Divide

The Baja Divide is a 1700 mile off-pavement bikepacking route from San Diego, CA to the tip of the Baja Peninsula. But what kind of bike do you ride on a route with lots of rough, rocky roads and loose sandy tracks?

By <b>Nicholas Carman</b>, along with Lael Wilcox, recently published a new bike travel route on the Baja Peninsula.
10. Thank You for Being Part of the Montana Bicycle Celebration

The Montana Bicycle Celebration was a big success. Enjoy photos from the weekend and find out how to share your photos with this collection on our Flickr album.

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