Homie Fall Fest

Homie Fall Fest

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   Last modified: November 13, 2015

Homie Fall Fest

There are a number of things that makes MPLS a little different than your average cycling town, one of which is the fact that mountain bikes have always been a part of the urban scene. We have plenty of green spaces and trails both of the sanctioned and unsanctioned variety, and of course winter. All of which make riding around a fat tire bike pretty great.  A few weeks ago the annual Homie Fall Fest took place, a late fall gathering of the tribe and pretty much just an excellent excuse to ride bikes all day and drink beer. 

Here are some photos of what went down.

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good times.

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JT

November 25, 2015

Whoa! Please release an all black JYD. Missed my opp to get one from the first run and have regretted it ever since.

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