Ahh, November. Depending on where you live, you may still have hard-packed— dare I say “dusty”— trails, or you may already be frolicking in a winter wonderland. Here in the mid-Atlantic, we are sludging through the awkward adolescent season of late autumn, where the trails are slick with wet leaves, roots, and rocks, and for a good chunk of days at a time, the rain has left the trails unrideable while we wait for them to dry enough to be ridden without erosion. Wherever you live, we’re sure you’ll appreciate this snow worship from Kona with their Wozo fat bike ridden by Smokey up in Washington state.
And here it is, in studio glory, if you need to glimpse it without the snowy fanfare.
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