Gravity 2018 Bullseye 27 PLUS Shimano SRAM X4 24 Speed Disc Brake Fat Bike
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- Lightweight 6061 Aluminum Frame
- TEKTRO NOVELA DISC BRAKE W/160MM ROTOR
- SRAM X4 Rear Derraileur and Shifters
- 27.5"x3.25 VEE RUBBER TRAX FATTY 72TPI WB TIRES, Schraeder Valve (regular) Tubes
- Suntour Black Alloy Crank Set
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FAT BIKES! Ingeniously simple concept. Giant tires = more control in loose conditions.
Super wide tires “float” over snow and sand…the fastest bikes you’ll ever ride on mud, bogs, deep sand and snow. As a bonus, they’re great conversation makers and super smile-generators
How much does a fat bike weigh? These bikes are big and Big FUN. Big weighs more. Most average fat bikes weigh between about 30 and 40 pounds. How much do these fat bikes weigh? Compare specs, aluminum fat bikes with similar parts will weigh the about the same.
How do Fat Bikes ride? Way better than standard mountain bikes in snow? Yes. No Doubt. You'll ride over absolutely almost everything. Float over three feet of soft powder snow or deep sugar sand and laugh! You'll do a tons more riding – and way less walking.
Awesome in rough conditions such as snow, deflate the tires to provide more traction. Compare Fat Bikes to the difference between a car and monster truck SUV. Your fat bike can go more places, like sport utility vehicles.
The hottest trend in the mountain biking world right now. Fat bikes are hard to miss. Their giant, "fat" tires roll over virtually anything, which makes them an ideal winter mode of transportation because they help cyclists traverse snowy and icy trails with ease and traction. While the bikes were pioneered for snowy climates, such as found on the Front Range, they work well in a variety of environments including sand and loose rock, which has some local bike experts dubbing fat bikes as the all-around mountain bike of the future.
How are these Fat Bikes being sold for this Great Price? Other similarly equipped Fat Bikes cost over twice as much.
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I have a pile of bikes from full suspension through to rigid single speed and get out at least a few times per week year round. I'm 6'2" and 210 lbs and ride relatively aggressively yet keep self-preservation central.