I agree with everything I have seen here.  The Hunq is a super 
goanywheredoanythingfullyloaded for big boy's bike.  It's good enough for 
me on single track, but I don't aggressively shred nothing.  Since I am not 
hell bent on riding technical trails and competition, it has kept me from 
buying a MTB or Fattie.
A couple of years ago, I was in Minneapolis at a rally and QBP brought the 
whole stable of fatties out to the river bottoms for us to try.  I rode all 
of them and honestly prefer the Hunq.  It's more versitile and easy enough 
on anything but loose deep sand.  


On Sunday, October 16, 2016 at 7:35:27 PM UTC-4, Broccoli Cog wrote:
> Every since my first Riv (a sam) I have been lusting after a Hunqapillar. 
> You guys warned me! You were right!! I already have a fat bike, a Surly 
> ICT, I have ridden that bike everywhere and ride it like I would a Mountain 
> Bike. On singletrack that is not super technical the ICT is a blast to 
> ride. I ride with people on traditional mountain bikes and really don't 
> feel like I am giving up much . I am wondering what a Hunq would be like 
> riding as a trail bike. Any owners out there who ride it like a regular 
> mountain bike? Wondering what your experience have been. Thanks!

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