So once again we get our motivation to ride our fatties on the beach from Dave Cushnie! Here’s our “Fat Photo of the Month” (July’s is over due): ‘Back to the Beach with Dave” … in this case Grand Beach, Manitoba.
Here a few drone view pictures shared by Wayne Bishop of 2 Wheel Revolution showing some of the recent development at Bison Butte (located at Fort Whyte Alive in Winnipeg) that he has been helping Alex Man and others accomplish recently.
Check it out:
If you see Wayne, Alex or any of the volunteers; make sure you say a huge thanks!
Well now, it appears Dave Cushnie is our Manitoba ‘Poster Fat Boy’ for really riding his fatbike all year! This recent picture he shared of him ‘Rolling His Fatty on the Beach” near Grand Marais gets the honours this month (again) for “Fat Photo of the Month“:
Btw, check out the mini ‘icebergs’ still remaining in Lake Winnipeg!
So Dave Cushnie (local fatbiker and avid fatbike single-track groomer – we appreciate his efforts at Grand Beach especially) has been posting some saweet pictures online as he continues to ride in the Grand Marais, Manitoba area including on still frozen Lake Winnipeg …
Thanks for sharing your rides Dave – looks pretty inviting to me!
Check out Gregory ‘G-Mac’ McNeill’s wonderful collection of photos from this weekend’s “2018 ‘Alfred Barr’ Lake Winnipeg Fatbike Crossing and Campover” adventure weekend … over here at his Flickr Account Album:
Almost 90 racers took part in an awesomely successful and fun race out at Falcon Ridge Resort … all thanks to Wayne Bishop and his 2 Wheel Revolution Team of members, volunteers and a the good folks at Falcon Resort. Check it all out on social media and here:
Editor’s Later Addition: I had the pleasure of using my new drone and my trusty GoPro camera to capture the all the action and fun of the race … here it is:
Everyone had a great ride last Thursday night! We left the Woodcock shop at about 7 p.m. (after showing up for 6:30), rode North shadowing the Seine (because the river is not frozen yet), through Whittier heading East, over Esplande Riel, to the Forks, then back south on the East side of the Red River to the St. Vital Bridge, and back to the shop on St. Mary’s. Check with Woodcock Cycle, but there should be consistent rides every Thursday leaving the Shop at 6:30 PM (or 6:00 – check with them), with varying routes. woodcockcycle.com
This beautiful picture of our “Fattie – Not So Frozen – Dozen” enjoying some bonfire time at our campsite on Lake Winnipeg last weekend is courtesy of our very own fatbiker friend and photographer extraordinaire Gregory ‘G-Mac’ McNeill.