Fat Bike Girl’s Favorite Things – 2022

Announcing Fat Bike Girl’s favorite things for 2022. Fun and functional, these stocking stuffers range from $8 – $45. There’s something here for everyone, including woman’s best friend.

Fat Bike Event Calendar

Want to challenge yourself in the snow and have fun at the same time? Here is your list of fat bike races! Train. Or Not Train. Race. Smile. Repeat.

Winter Fat Biking: How to Dress and What to Bring

Wanna ride in the cold but not be cold? Here are 9 suggestions for how to layer for winter cycling so that you can have fun, stay fit, be outside, and avoid the trainer! From boobs to boots – learn how to kit up to stay warm.

Fat Bike Event Calendar

Fat Bike Event Calendar

Want to challenge yourself in the snow and have fun at the same time? Here is your list of fat bike races! Train. Or Not Train. Race. Smile. Repeat.

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Bighorn Mountains – Bikepacking the Outlaw Trail

Bighorn Mountains – Bikepacking the Outlaw Trail

We followed tracks to see where they would lead with a general trending from the high desert to the mountains. Following in the hoof prints of the infamous “Outlaw Gang”, sometimes we were only on game trails that faded into tall grass.

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Women’s Winter Cycling Pants for Fat Biking 2023

Women’s Winter Cycling Pants for Fat Biking 2023

You really don’t need an expensive pair of cycling-specific pants for winter fat biking. If you have a ski kit, then you have a fat bike kit. But, if do you want something cycling-specific, here is a list of winter cycling pants ideal for fat biking.

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Magnetic Pedals for Fat Biking – MAGPED Enduro

Magnetic Pedals for Fat Biking – MAGPED Enduro

I tested Magped’s ENDURO pedals and found them to be the “best of both worlds” between traditional clipless pedals and flats. I gained an unexpected efficiency for gaining traction on my fat bike in the snow. With a good margin of safety for disengaging with the pedals, I was finally able to get over my apprehension of “clipping” in while riding sketchy snow conditions.

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Ride the ‘Wrong’ Bike

Ride the ‘Wrong’ Bike

I admit that I like to geek out on bikes and gear as much as the next gal. But there is beauty in simplicity and going back to your roots. In riding like you did when you were a kid. I’ll bet that you rode your first bikes on anything and everything, with a friend balanced on your handlebars. I invite you to take a chance and push your limits by riding the ‘wrong’ bike.

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The BRANWYN Bralette

The BRANWYN Bralette

I am in love with the BRANWYN wool bralette for winter biking! It works well for bustier women, wicks well and is super comfortable, like a snug cropped tank top. If you’re looking for a merino wool bra to wick away the sweat, keep you warm and dry in the winter and cool and dry in the summer, this is your bra.

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Bighorn Mountains – Bikepacking the Outlaw Trail

Bighorn Mountains – Bikepacking the Outlaw Trail

We followed tracks to see where they would lead with a general trending from the high desert to the mountains. Following in the hoof prints of the infamous “Outlaw Gang”, sometimes we were only on game trails that faded into tall grass.

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Velocio Zero Bib Tight

Velocio Zero Bib Tight

The Velocio ZERO bib is sure to be a long-lasting piece of your kit.  Wind-proof and water resistant, it works well as a stand-alone layer for winter road riding or as a base layer for fat biking in freezing temps. If you are a rider that eats snow and ice for breakfast then these are for you.

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