Thank you everyone! This is really solid advice and was exactly what I was
looking for. I live in Upstate New York and don't really have an
opportunity for loaded touring on miles and miles of dirt road. We do have
some dirt and gravel but my Sam can handle any of that. Most of the
mountain biking is either rocky and rooty singletrack or smooth flowy
singletrack. I tend to stick with the latter these days. I think my ICT
will continue to serve my needs. Thanks again.
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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