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Evo “Brewster” Fat Bike

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We drove by this on the 4th of July and I had to stop to admire!

“Some things defy explanation. Most bike models fit neatly within certain categories targeted to certain people—but not the Brewster. This is an urban assault bike with a go-anywhere attitude. With massive 4″ tires, an aggressive stance, an 8-speed drivetrain and disc brakes, this bike is unlike anything else on the road. Wherever you want to ride, the Brewster is ready to take you there. Available in two frame sizes, 17″ and 19″, but only in the one colour that matters: black. Ask for forgiveness, not permission.”

http://evobicycle.com/product/brewster-2

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2 responses

  1. http://ridefatbikes.com/

    July 6, 2015 at 10:09 am

  2. I’ve been trying to ride my bike everyday and have found some interesting tidbits regarding :

    Some exercises are more damaging to muscle than others. For instance, downhill running, hiking, descending stairs, and lowering weights are all eccentric in nature, causing a greater incidence of muscle soreness.[1,2] By contrast, cycling does not involve eccentric motions and is less prone to lead to muscle soreness.

    Don’t forget to deal with the root cause whether you have bursitis or tendonitis. Evaluate your stress levels, your training, your diet, and your overall lifestyle. Tendonitis and bursitis, unless the result of some traumatic accident, (you fell off your bike, for example), are warning signs that your health is sub-optimal.

    http://sock-doc.com/2011/08/tendonitis_bursitis/

    July 10, 2015 at 8:18 pm

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