The fat bike continues to take shape.
D Funk test-rode it, while we were leaving, as did Dave from behind the counter. Both of them mentioned the weird "dropping to one side" feel that the bike had, just as you initiated a turn. After I aired the tires to 20 psi, though, the handing became much more normal. Plus, it rolls a bit more easily, now, as well.
The Shimano Nexus 8-speed rear hub shifts nicely. I have never owned an internally-geared hub with more than three speeds, before, and I am pretty impressed with the operation of the hub. I may eventually put a 2 or 3-ring crank on the bike to give me the ultra-low granny gear I would want to ride up some of the Front Range climbs, but the current set-up seems fine for around Denver.
So now, with the addition of the fat bike, I have 11 bikes on which I have to take at least one epic ride, this year. Tomorrow is new Year's Day, but I haven't really planned my annual ride. I think I might keep it solitary, this year. Turnout has been pretty light, the last couple of years, anyway.
I think I might just take the fat bike out for the afternoon, and get acquainted.