Today I really wanted to make it into the woods to give the Tranny another go. It was given to me with some "rear tire issues" apparently these issues weren't solved with a bunch of Stan's. Maybe we will talk more about the inevitable failure in a little bit. Sometimes the most fun bikes are the ones that make no noise. Thats really what I like about this thing. Belt driven single speeds are pretty much silent. I felt like I could concentrate on the trail. Making it through part of the loop, I felt pretty good, before the tire issues reared their head. Having to hike out, I was happy to have my Trusty Salsa Cycles Blackborow back in the car. I pulled it out and continued a loop that I had in my head for a while, crossing over between trails several times. Usually I don't notice the weight of my fattie, but going from a carbon wheeled, carbon framed bike at 20.4 lbs to my 31lb fattie I did notice it. After a brief pedal I got my fatbike legs back. Ending on a descent in the dark is a great way to end the night even if it wasn't on the bike you originally planned.