Tag Archives: Pugsley

Midcoast Maine Fat Biking: Ride Local, Ride Often !

The real deal is never the same as the ideal. Take fat-tire bikes for example. Advertised as the children of snowy Alaska’s Iditabkes, these newly minted cash cows of the shape-shifter bike industry have a magical draw when they are … Continue reading

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First Fat Ride in 2016

Ten riders set out the morning of January 1 to kick off the first day of The Bubbas’ 2016 mountain bike riding season. Weather conditions from the top of the ground up were perfect for January: temps around freezing, sunny … Continue reading

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Bubbas Riding The Bog – Dec. 26

Wierd warm weather brings me teetering to the cusp of 2016. I can’t ever remember riding my mountain bike through the midcoast Maine woods and waters when it was this warm. It’s sweet calm today at fifty-seven degrees, windless, with blue skies. … Continue reading

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Fatbiking on Land and Water

We depend on freeze thaw cycles in order to ride our bicycles over the snow on the trails here in midcoast Maine.  That hasn’t occurred lately.  It didn’t happen this weekend either. Nevertheless, I’m pleased to have put in two … Continue reading

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Riding the Pugsley over Hosmer Pond

Who would believe it?  Just a week or so ago, the lakes and ponds in midcoast Maine were still open. But all that changed his past week when the temperatures dropped below freezing for several days in a row. Once … Continue reading

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Microadventure on New Year’s Day

First ride on the first of 2015- 11.5 miles long.  Seven Bubbas showed up. The initial part of the ride saw a great deal of hoar frost, large white ice crystals that are  deposited on the ground. They form on … Continue reading

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You gotta like slush and mud to be biking in Maine right now

It’ is not even winter yet, but it’s much more challenging to get outside and bike and hike in Maine right now. First, we’ve already had two major snow storms that have resulted in serious downed limbs, branches, and even … Continue reading

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