Think about it this way – you can skid, drift, and flick all you want and no one can complain about you damaging the trails. Because it’s snow. Can you shred on a fatbike? That’s really a rhetorical question – you can shred on any bike. But when you have a purpose built, freshly groomed Snow Bike Route, riding it as fast as possible was bound to happen. The final segment of the Cold Rolled series brings the in depth look at Marquette’s fatbike culture to a close. Look for the whole film to be released on January 11.
Credits after the break.
Cold Rolled-Chapter 5 of 5
The SBR Shred Session
Rider: Evan Simula
Song: “Nasty” by Break Science
Cold Rolled is an action documentary from Clear & Cold Cinema, Salsa Cycles and TravelMarquetteMichigan.com that will explore the history and progression of winter cycling culture in the small Lake Superior harbor town of Marquette, Michigan.
Chapter Five is the final chapter and showcases the fast and fun riding potential of a maintained snow singletrack trail.
Marquette’s Noquemanon Trails Network has nearly perfected equipment and techniques used to launch its Snow Bike Route (SBR), a 15-mile winter singletrack developed for fat tire bikes. The fast narrow trail features flowy terrain, steep descents and large bermed turns. It’s believed to be the first trail of its kind–but more importantly, it’s pretty fun.